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Pyroelectric Energy Sensor, BF/Diffuser, 400 µJ to 40 J, Ø85/96 mm, 150-3000 nm

PE-C Sensors with StarLab

Support for PE-C \ PD10-C sensors with Vega, Nova II, Juno, Juno+, Juno-RS, EA-1, StarLite and StarBright in StarLab application is now available. Follow step-by-step instructions to upgrade the embedded software in the PE-C \ PD10-C sensor with the StarLab application

When working with other meters and interfaces it is not necessary to update the embedded software of the PE-C \ PD10-C.

Note: PE-C \ PD10-C sensors can't be upgraded via EA-1 interface..


  • Product Name
  • Aperture Size
    Ø96 mm
  • Aperture Size with Diffuser
    Ø85 mm
  • Absorber Type
  • Spectral Range
    0.15-3µm, 0.4-2.5µm with diffuser
  • Minimum Pulse Energy
    400 µJ
  • Maximum Pulse Energy
    40 J
  • Maximum Frequency
    200 Hz
  • Maximum Average Power
    25 W
  • Maximum Average Power Density
    20 W/cm²
  • Maximum Pulse Width
    20 ms
  • Damage Threshold (100 ns)
    0.8 J/cm²
  • Damage Threshold (2 ms)
    10 J/cm²
  • Diffuser
  • Cable Length
    1.5 m
  • Dimensions
    Ø125 x 33 mm
  • CE Compliance
  • UKCA Compliance
  • China RoHS Compliance


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Energy Sensor Response & Integration Time

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Laser Measurement Affected by Distance

Can a laser measurement depend on the distance from the laser to the sensor? The answer is…well, it’s not supposed to. But sometimes it does. In this video, you’ll learn what could make that happen - and what to do about it.

Understanding Peak Power vs. Average Power

A pulsed laser could have an average power of, say, 1 Watt, yet a peak power of 1 Megawatt – so when specifying it’s rather important to understand the difference. In this video you will learn what exactly these 2 concepts mean. You’ll also learn how to measure Peak Power, which can sometimes be tricky.

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