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QUAD-9-MT-P-D0

P/N 201776

CW 레이저용 4사분면 레이저 위치 감지 검출기(초퍼 사용).

주요 특징

Measure, Track and Align

Follow your laser beam wherever it goes.

4-Channel Detectors

Unique quadrant detector technology senses laser beam position with high resolution.

For CW, Pulsed and High Rep Rate Lasers

  • QUAD-E: energy per pulse from μJ to mJ
  • QUAD-P: powers from μW to mW

From UV to FIR and THz

Absorbers to cover all sources, from UV to millimeter wavelengths

Large Area Sensors

9 mm and 20 mm square detectors

Fast USB 2.0 Connection

Ensures full speed tracking

Includes Application Software

Complete LabView application software included, with many features

호환 스탠드

호환 디스플레이 장치 및 PC 인터페이스

계측 성능

  • 최대 평균 파워

    200 mW
  • 등가노이즈파워(NEP)

    1 μW
  • 스펙트럼 범위

    0.1 - 3000 μm
  • 일반 상승 시간

    0.02 sec
  • 일반 파워 감도

    2000 V/W
  • 최소 빔 사이즈1

    4.5 mm Ø
  • 최소 위치 해상도

    10 μm
  • 최대 초핑 주파수

    50 Hz
  • 교정 불확정성

    ±4 %
    • 1. 최적의 성능을 위해

손상 한계

  • 최대 평균 파워 밀도1

    100 MW/cm²
  • 최대 에너지 밀도2

    50 mJ/cm²
    • 1. 1064nm.
    • 2. 1064nm, 10ns.

물리적 특성

  • 구경 너비

    9 mm
  • 구경 높이

    9 mm
  • 업소버

    MT
  • 치수

    63.5Ø X 40.6D mm
  • 중량

    0.18 kg

QUAD-4TRACK

The QUAD-4TRACK is a laser position sensing system designed to support our unique pyroelectric quadrant detectors, QUAD-P and QUAD-E. It is a 4-channel microprocessor-based system that measures the voltage output of each QUAD element and does the math necessary to provide a measurement of the X and Y displacement of a laser beam or image. It is fast and can be used to track, align and/or measure movement in real time, with a resolution of just a few microns!

QUAD DETECTORS

Our large area pyroelectric quadrant detectors provide unique advantages over other position sensing detectors like silicon quads or lateral effect photodiodes. They are fast, handle high peak power of pulsed lasers without saturation and respond to lasers across the spectrum, from UV to Far IR and even THz. The QUAD-E is intended for use with pulsed sources at up to 1000 Hz, while the QUAD-P is designed for CW and high repetition rate (quasi CW) sources. Both types of detectors can also be used as standalone units, in an analog mode, for incorporation into your own system application. We can provide a lemo pigtail cable for this purpose.

ANALOG OUTPUT

The analog output of the QUAD-4TRACK provides voltage that is directly proportional to the pulse energy or laser power irradiating each QUAD element. When the four voltage outputs are equal, the beam is centered on the QUAD detector. This provides a very useful tool when setting up our QUAD probes with your source for optical alignment.

MEASUREMENT SCREEN

QUAD-4TRACK includes powerful, stand alone, LabView software which is used to control the instrument, process the data, and display X and Y position. It also displays the energy or power of your source and repetition rate. The large graphic in this screen shows the position of the centroid of the beam and tracks its movement in real time. The software includes many handy features like: set boundary, zoom (2X to 128X), set resolution, data logging, and many more. The green line represents the tracking history.

TRACKING THE BEAM OVER TIME

In the measurement screen shown on the left, we are tracking the beam stability of a pulsed Nd:YLF laser at 10 Hz. The resolution was set at 0.001 nm, the boundary is at 20 µm (red circle), and the zoom feature is at 64X. The total energy is 108.5 µJ, the final position of the laser is at -8 µm in X and -8 µm in Y. The green tracking line shows the movement of the laser about the zero position over a few hundred pulses.

POSITION CALIBRATION SCREEN

We've developed a unique position calibration routine which allows you to calibrate our QUAD-4TRACK system when working with a uniformly round laser beam. It requires the use of a micrometer-driven linear stage (1-axis only). As you can see from the calibration screen on the left, the procedure involves zeroing the instrument, moving the QUAD probe to nine discrete positions (+2.000 to - 2.000 mm) and then capturing the QUAD readings. It then determines correction coefficients (last column) and applies them to the raw data to arrive at "corrected positions". The QUAD probe is now calibrated!