The  Compact  Wavemeter 

WaveEye, a particularly compact and versatile wavelength measuring device for cw or quasi-cw lasers between 450 nm and

950 nm. The measurement data is available at a rate of 1 kHz without any warm-up delay.

It can be used for an optical input power range between 0.1μ W and 1 mW. The digital

measured value output is carried out via a USB connection, which also serves as a power supply. In addition, the wavelength information is available as voltages of up to 4.096 V at the analog output. The WaveEye has an easy to use software or can be operated by simple serial text commands.

Due to its small size, the WaveEye is suitable as an OEM component for a variety of applications, such as tunable lasers or as part of a larger measuring device.

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Passively- Quenched  COUNT® S

New photon counters have been added to the COUNT® series: The COUNT® S modules feature the same high quantum efficiency of the other models but a significantly larger active area of 500 µm which facilitates focussing. These photon counters are passively quenched and thus the most inexpensive alternative. They are well suited for research and school internships – e.g. in the field of quantum optics and quantum information.

A dead time of approx. 1 µs yields a maximum count rate of up to 1 Mcps. The dark count rates of the COUNT® S series range model-specific between 1000 cps and 5000 cps and tie in directly with actively quenched COUNT®s.

Function: Incoming photons produce electrical pulses in the detector that are then readout using the TTL output. A PSU, which is available on an optional basis, completes the plug-and-play module. All COUNT® S models are also available with an FC/PC fiber coupling.

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UV/IR viewers

LASER COMPONENTS offers a variety of UV/IR viewers that make radiation from 350 nm to 1550 nm visible to the human eye

These standard units cover the wavelength range from approximately 350 nm to 1350 nm. In addition, there is a version available for the IR range (up to 1550 nm). This enables the selection of an appropriate device to match the application. All viewers come in a transport case with batteries included.

UV/IR viewers are used in research, development, production, and medical technology. Typical applications include beam adjustment or the detection of undesired scattering.

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