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What's this opto-electronic thing?

What's this opto-electronic thing?

What's this opto-electronic thing?

(OP)
Hi there folks. I wonder what this part is? (Attached pic). It came from a laboratory close down dedicated to laser R&D. It seems to me a kind of sensor in 1000nm range (since it has a "1000" written at some places? It seems to be built to withstand a nuke (vacuum chamber ready?). It weights 15.65oz and it has a kind of fiber optic coupler at one side. The window has yellowish coating confronted to light... what would be the technical name for this thing?

Thank you in advance...


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RE: What's this opto-electronic thing?

That makes sense - that connector has what looks a lot like a ceramic insert that I would expect for a high-voltage connection.

RE: What's this opto-electronic thing?

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Wow. Where do people like you emerge from? Aliens didn't make life easy for the rest of us. That seems spot on! Thank you!

RE: What's this opto-electronic thing?

(OP)
Pfff... that was not so brainful. Ha! Grateful indeed. I tried the same and I had no success. Typical. :)

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