Gentec EO pyroelectric detector measures wavelengths from UV to far-IR

Oct. 18, 2010
The QE65 Series pyroelectric detector features a large, 65 × 65 mm aperture.
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The QE65 Series pyroelectric detector features a large, 65 × 65 mm aperture, maximum measurable energy of 125 J per pulse, maximum average power of 90 W (when coupled with a QED attenuator), a low noise level of 5 μJ, and a wide wavelength range from the UV to the far-IR.
Gentec EO
Quebec City, QC, Canada

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New QE65 Pyrolectric Detector With X-Large Aperture

The QE family is growing!

Measure those extra large beams with the new QE65 Series, presenting
an effective aperture of 65 x 65 mm, a maximum measurable energy of
125 Joules per pulse and a maximum average power of 90 Watts (with
QED attenuator). The QE65 also presents :

  • The largest effective area of its class (up to 2.5X larger than the competition)
  • The highest measurable energy with up to 125 Joules per pulse;
  • The widest energy range thanks to an extra low noise level of only 5μJ;
  • A wide wavelength range that goes from the UV to the far-IR;
  • And all this at a very competitive price!

With this new addition, the QE family of pyroelectric detectors now presents apertures of 4, 12, 25, 50 and 65 mm.

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