The semiconductor power meter sensor is designed and manufactured to measure the optical power of light sources accurately. These power meters measure the absorbed photons by a calibrated semiconductor sensor. To ensure accurate measurements, the calibration data is stored in the sensor and is downloaded automatically to the connected power meter console.
The semiconductor power meter bundle is an accurate instrument to measure the optical power of coherent light sources (i.e., lasers), lamps, and emitting diodes. High accuracy and ease of use are the most important advantages of this product in comparison to similar products.
The PMB-104 power meter is designed and integrated with a silicon photodiode to take optical source power measurements with high precision and accuracy. High accuracy and compact design are the most important advantages of this product in comparison to similar products.
Thermal Power Sensors are able to detect the optical power of high power sources such as light-emitting diodes (LEDs), filament lamps, and lasers. The Thermoelectric-based sensors, special broadband coatings and low dependency on the angle make these power meters ideal choices for measuring broadband spectra and high power sources. According to the theory of thermoelectric which is based on heat flux, external thermal disturbances can affect thermal power sensor readings so environmental conditions like temperature and airflow should follow the mentioned conditions in the user manual.