- Sep 20, 2013
You know a good spectrometer can give you real time relative power instantly. That is what I use when trying to determine if a DPSS laser is jumping around.
Would you like to clarify this obviously false statement ????He repossesses them into underspec, and very pricey non-negotiable Ophir LaserBees from what I can gather. He is not willing to do any deal of the sort...from what I can gather. That route is dead.
Thank you Lifetime but I am well aware of LaserBee at this point. The thermopile is too slow for me.
Are you comparing a Professional Commercial OPHIR Head to,you're getting 4 data points in 60 seconds. Simply not useful for creating LPM graphs imo. Even the 100% response time of 10-12 seconds on the LaserBee II is too slow, the Ophir does a 95% response time in 0.8 seconds
Hi JerryWould you like to clarify this obviously false statement ????
You seem to be whining about the fact that you want a high
quality high priced OPHIR Head LPM for ~$20...
Yeah.. and I'm looking for a Lamboughini 5000s for $2000.
Time to wake up and smell the coffee Snecho...
Are you comparing a Professional Commercial OPHIR Head to
a Hobbyist LPM ???
BTW our Graphing software does not take a reading every 15
seconds as you suggested. It records a reading every second.
Our LaserBee II has a 90% response time of 3-4 seconds...
Our Newport 1825C we use in the shop daily has a true response
time of ~5-6 Seconds. Our over $2500 Coherent Fieldmax II
has a true response time of ~2-3 seconds.
We tested many OPHIR 20C heads and the true response time
is closer to ~2-3 seconds.
I do agree that for unstable DPSS type Lasers a fast response
time is crucial.