Portable Laser Power Meter

  • Update:Jun 13, 2017
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The measurement of laser power is quick and simple with our power meter. The hand held power meter is a low cost light weight alternative to bulky two-piece thermopile power meters and probes.

Product Introduction

Innovative Power Meter Offers Unbeatable Convenience

The measurement of laser power is quick and simple with our power meter. The hand held power meter is a low cost, lightweight alternative to bulky, two-piece thermopile power meters and probes, or traditional “meat thermometer” probes. Ideally suited for industrial, scientific, and medical applications, use it when setting up your systems, and as a service tool to ensure maximum performance of your laser system at any time.

Designed to measure power levels from 1 - 250W, the power meter measures output power from the ultraviolet to the far infrared. This makes it the perfect tool for checking the performance of your excimer, argon, diode, YAG, and CO2 lasers, to name just a few.

Automatic data hold and auto ranging make the power meter easy to use. Simply insert the sensor into the laser beam and hold in place for a few seconds. The easy-to-read LCD screen will then display an accurate measurement of average laser power. To take another reading, simply push the reset button, and the power meter is ready to go.

Range 1-250W
Resolution 0.1W
Wavelength range1 190nm – 11um
Inpidual calibrated wavelength1 10.6um
Target absorption1, 190nm – 1.1um & 9-11um 0.96-0.99
Target absorption1, 190nm – 1.1um 0.93-0.99
Accuracy ±5%
Target diameter 22mm
Setting time <4second
Max. allowable input power (single application) 300W
Max. average power density2 20kW/cm2
Max. peak energy density3 1J/cm2
Max. target temperature 180oC
Typical target temp. rise per measurement 0.4oC/W
Typical battery life 5 years (25,000 readings)
Battery type 3xCR2025 lithium
Auto shut-off time 25 seconds
Data hold time 15 seconds
Size 159x30x12mm
Weight 80g

Specifications subject to change without notice.

  1. Typical absorption curve supplied with each meter
  2. Damage to coating may cause above this value.
  3. For pulsed lasers and 50usec pulse width.