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  • noun metrology Symbol for the picojoule, an SI unit of work or energy equal to 10−12 joules.

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  • The PD10-IR-pJ sensors are designed for very low energy commercial and military applications, such as telecommunications and remote sensing.

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  • The PD10-IR-pJ range can measure very low energies, either single shot or repetitive, up to

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  • Three new Quantum EnergyMax sensors from Coherent Inc. enable accurate measurement of laser pulse energies down to 20 pJ, as well as the average power of pulsed systems from the nanowatt to milliwatt level, across a broad range of wavelengths.

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  • Three new Quantum EnergyMax sensors from Coherent Inc. enable accurate measurement of laser pulse energies down to 20 pJ, as well as the average power of pulsed systems from the nanowatt to milliwatt level, across a broad range of wavelengths.

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  • Three new Quantum EnergyMax sensors from Coherent Inc. enable accurate measurement of laser pulse energies down to 20 pJ, as well as the average power of pulsed systems from the nanowatt to milliwatt level, across a broad range of wavelengths.

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  • Three new Quantum EnergyMax sensors from Coherent Inc. enable accurate measurement of laser pulse energies down to 20 pJ, as well as the average power of pulsed systems from the nanowatt to milliwatt level, across a broad range of wavelengths.

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  • Three new Quantum EnergyMax sensors from Coherent Inc. enable accurate measurement of laser pulse energies down to 20 pJ, as well as the average power of pulsed systems from the nanowatt to milliwatt level, across a broad range of wavelengths.

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  • Three new Quantum EnergyMax sensors from Coherent Inc. enable accurate measurement of laser pulse energies down to 20 pJ, as well as the average power of pulsed systems from the nanowatt to milliwatt level, across a broad range of wavelengths.

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