The 1928-C Single-Channel Bench-top Optical Meter from Newport (Irvine, CA) interfaces with the company’s photodiode detectors, thermopiles, and pyroelectric detectors. It has the capability of measuring from 11 pW up to 20 kW of optical power and from 7uJ to 20 kJ of pulse energy. The 100 kHz sampling rate ensures that the pulse measurements are accurate and any real fluctuations in the CW power are not ignored. The 1928-C features a highly visible color display, data storage via internal memory or USB flash drive, and an analog output interface.
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