In addition to an analog output, the 8230E is equipped with a USB interface. Consequently, it can collect digital data directly from the PC side without an additional GPIB interface, which results in cost reduction in mass production lines.
Four types of optical sensors to meet various applications
|Shape||Part Number||Wavelength Range||Calibration
|Power Range||Light Receiving Area|
|General-purpose||Thin||82311B||390 to 1100 nm||780 nm||1 nW to 50 mW||Approx. 9.5 mm × 9.5 mm|
|Cylinder||82321B||390 to 1100 nm||780 nm||1 nW to 50 mW||Approx. 8.5 mmφ|
|High-power||Thin||82313B||390 to 1100 nm||650 nm||10 nW to 200 mW||Approx. 8.5 mmφ|
|Cylinder||82323B||390 to 1100 nm||650 nm||10 nW to 200 mW||Approx. 8.5 mmφ|
*In addition to the calibrated wavelength indicated, calibration with additional wavelengths (405, 650, 780 nm) is possible as an option.
*The wavelenght sensitivity of the 82311 and the 82321 is corrected by using the typical values. As for the 82311, correction by measurement is possible as an option.
82311B general-purpose sensor option (factory option)
*This option is sold as a set with the optical power meter 8230E.
|Former-type sensor adaptive option (factory option)||OPT8230E+70|