1930IS – Newport Optical Power Meters
1650 nm (High end wavelength limit)
The 1930IS Fiber Optic Power Meter delivers a unique high-performance solution for telecom/datacom laser power measurement applications with a direct fiber input.
The 1930IS power meter incorporates an integrating sphere to provide exceptional repeatability through reduced sensitivity to fiber positioning. The built-in integrating sphere combined with front panel connections and an interchangeable set of industry-standard fiber optic connectors saves workspace by reducing instrument footprint, while a high-contrast display with an intuitive user interface on the front panel or through USB/GPIB/RS-232 interfaces improves productivity.
Integrated Silicon (SI) and Indium Gallium Arsenide (InGaAs) detectors for fiber-optic applications support continuous spectral coverage from 400nm to 1650nm. Low-noise dual-detectors and seven gain ranges enable continuous power measurements in the range of a pico-W to 250 milli-W.
Each instrument is individually calibrated to NIST-traceable standards using Newport’s in-house calibration facility. Calibration data is taken in 10 nm increments, and electronically stored inside the power meter, resulting in accurate power measurements over the entire wavelength band.
Certificates of calibration as well as the actual calibration curves are shipped with each instrument. Newport recommends annual re-calibration to assure continued measurement accuracy. Commonality of accessories throughout the Newport power meter line ensures the compatibility between instruments within the product line while enhancing usability across test stations and supporting the correlation of results.
Newport’s experience with calibration, together with NIST calibration traceability, and high precision optical power meters provide users with accurate measurements and exceptional inter-instrument correlation. In R&D, QA/QC, and manufacturing environments, the 1930IS power meter enables users to benefit from high correlation between multiple locations at a price-to-performance ratio second to none.
Built-in Integrating Sphere with Si and InGaAs Detectors
USB, GPIB and RS-232 Interfaces
Rack-Mountable in Single or Dual Set Configurations
High end wavelength limit
Fiber Optic Power Meter