PI introduces the new F-712.PM1 high-speed optical power meter for converting the optical signals and currents of photodiodes into a high-resolution, logarithmic analog voltage signal. The meter also boasts a bandwidth of 20 kHz and extended wavelength range of 400 to 1550 nm.
The F-712.PM1 works in both the visible and infrared range without the need for switching. The optical input is designed to eliminate the influence of the optical fiber location in the connector on the optical signal. The device also features a current input alongside its optical input. The fixed, logarithmic output signal is ideal for optical alignment systems and is important for fast photonics alignment.
Additional specifications include:
- 20kHz Signal Bandwidth
- 85nW to 85mW Dynamic Range
- 400 -1550nm Wavelength
- 0 - 1mA Input Current
- Logarithmic Output
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