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7Z02938
PE10BF-C
Pyroelectric Energy Sensor, BF, 7 µJ to 10 mJ, Ø12 mm, 0.15-3/10.6 µm
$1,334
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7Z02938C
PE10BF-C with 10m cable
Pyroelectric Energy Sensor, BF, 7 µJ to 10 mJ, Ø12 mm, 0.15-3/10.6 µm with 10m cable

Software

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..

Specifications

  • Product Name
    PE10BF-C
  • Aperture Size
    Ø12 mm
  • Absorber Type
    BF
  • Spectral Range
    150-3000 nm, 10.6 µm
  • Minimum Pulse Energy
    7 µJ
  • Maximum Pulse Energy
    10 mJ
  • Maximum Frequency
    250 Hz
  • Maximum Average Power
    3 W
  • Maximum Average Power Density
    50 W/cm²
  • Maximum Pulse Width
    5 ms
  • Damage Threshold (100 ns)
    0.8 J/cm²
  • Damage Threshold (2 ms)
    10 J/cm²
  • Cable Length
    1.5 m
  • Dimensions
    Ø62 x 21 mm
  • CE Compliance
    Yes
  • UKCA Compliance
    Yes
  • China RoHS Compliance
    Yes

Features

Measuring Laser Energy with a Pyroelectric Sensor

In this short “Basics” video, we review in general the use of pyro-electric sensors for measuring laser pulse energies.

Premium Energy Sensors – Even for UV

Meet Ophir’s high performance energy sensors for pulsed UV lasers (and not only for UV…). These sensors are the perfect solution for pulsed lasers at 193 and 248 nm.

Energy Sensor Response & Integration Time

There seems to be a good deal of confusion when it comes to the terms “Response time” and “Integration time” of energy sensors. In this video we will clarify the meaning of these terms, as they apply to Ophir’s pyro-electric “Smart Sensors”.

How to Detect Missing Laser Pulses with a Pyroelectric Sensor

This video will show you how to detect and record any missing pulses in your pulsed laser beam application.

Additional Error with Frequency in a Pyroelectric Sensor

In many laser energy sensor specifications, there is an item called "Additional error with frequency". Learn what that means, and why and when it happens, in this video.

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