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Short-Wavelength Pyrometers
Williamson Corp
There are three distinct Single-Wavelength pyrometer technologies: Short-Wavelength, Long-Wavelength, and Specialty-Wavelength. Single-Wavelength pyrometers are preferred when appropriate due to simpler, lower-cost technology. For most applications, select the shortest wavelength compatible with the measurement conditions and ...
  • Detector Type: Thermal Absorber (thermopile)
  • Spectral Range: 0.9 - 2.9 um
  • Size: 39 mm
  • Maximum Power: -- W
  • Noise Equivalent Power: -- uW
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Specialty-Wavelength Pyrometers
Williamson Corp
There are three distinct Single-Wavelength pyrometer technologies: Short-Wavelength, Long-Wavelength, and Specialty-Wavelength. Single-Wavelength pyrometers are preferred when appropriate due to simpler, lower-cost technology. For most applications, select the shortest wavelength compatible with the measurement conditions and ...
  • Detector Type: Thermal Absorber (thermopile)
  • Spectral Range: 1.15 - 7.9 um
  • Size: 39 mm
  • Maximum Power: -- W
  • Noise Equivalent Power: -- uW
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Data Sheet
Long-Wavelength Pyrometers
Williamson Corp
There are three distinct Single-Wavelength pyrometer technologies: Short-Wavelength, Long-Wavelength, and Specialty-Wavelength. Single-Wavelength pyrometers are preferred when appropriate due to simpler, lower-cost technology. For most applications, select the shortest wavelength compatible with the measurement conditions and ...
  • Detector Type: Thermal Absorber (thermopile)
  • Spectral Range: 8 - 12 um
  • Size: 39 mm
  • Maximum Power: -- W
  • Noise Equivalent Power: -- uW
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Data Sheet
Our pyroelectric detectors are a class of room temperature thermal detectors that produce a current output that is directly proportional to the rate of change of temperature when exposed to a source of radiation. They are best described by an AC current source, capacitor and resistor. Their current output is governed by the equation ...
  • Detector Type: Pyroelectric
  • Spectral Range: 0.1 - 1000 um
  • Size: 2 mm
  • Maximum Power: 0.05 W
  • Noise Equivalent Power: -- uW
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Data Sheet
Our pyroelectric detectors are a class of room temperature thermal detectors that produce a current output that is directly proportional to the rate of change of temperature when exposed to a source of radiation. They are best described by an AC current source, capacitor and resistor. Their current output is governed by the equation ...
  • Detector Type: Pyroelectric
  • Spectral Range: 0.1 - 1000 um
  • Size: 2 mm
  • Maximum Power: 0.5 W
  • Noise Equivalent Power: -- uW
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Data Sheet
Our pyroelectric detectors are a class of room temperature thermal detectors that produce a current output that is directly proportional to the rate of change of temperature when exposed to a source of radiation. They are best described by an AC current source, capacitor and resistor. Their current output is governed by the equation ...
  • Detector Type: Pyroelectric
  • Spectral Range: 0.1 - 1000 um
  • Size: 2 mm
  • Maximum Power: 0.05 W
  • Noise Equivalent Power: -- uW
  • ...
Data Sheet
Our pyroelectric detectors are a class of room temperature thermal detectors that produce a current output that is directly proportional to the rate of change of temperature when exposed to a source of radiation. They are best described by an AC current source, capacitor and resistor. Their current output is governed by the equation ...
  • Detector Type: Pyroelectric
  • Spectral Range: 0.1 - 1000 um
  • Size: 2 mm
  • Maximum Power: 0.05 W
  • Noise Equivalent Power: -- uW
  • ...
Data Sheet
Our pyroelectric detectors are a class of room temperature thermal detectors that produce a current output that is directly proportional to the rate of change of temperature when exposed to a source of radiation. They are best described by an AC current source, capacitor and resistor. Their current output is governed by the equation ...
  • Detector Type: Pyroelectric
  • Spectral Range: 0.1 - 1000 um
  • Size: 9 mm
  • Maximum Power: 0.05 W
  • Noise Equivalent Power: -- uW
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Data Sheet
Our pyroelectric detectors are a class of room temperature thermal detectors that produce a current output that is directly proportional to the rate of change of temperature when exposed to a source of radiation. They are best described by an AC current source, capacitor and resistor. Their current output is governed by the equation ...
  • Detector Type: Pyroelectric
  • Spectral Range: 0.1 - 1000 um
  • Size: 5 mm
  • Maximum Power: 0.05 W
  • Noise Equivalent Power: -- uW
  • ...
Data Sheet
Our pyroelectric detectors are a class of room temperature thermal detectors that produce a current output that is directly proportional to the rate of change of temperature when exposed to a source of radiation. They are best described by an AC current source, capacitor and resistor. Their current output is governed by the equation ...
  • Detector Type: Pyroelectric
  • Spectral Range: 0.1 - 1000 um
  • Size: 9 mm
  • Maximum Power: 0.05 W
  • Noise Equivalent Power: -- uW
  • ...
Data Sheet
Our pyroelectric detectors are a class of room temperature thermal detectors that produce a current output that is directly proportional to the rate of change of temperature when exposed to a source of radiation. They are best described by an AC current source, capacitor and resistor. Their current output is governed by the equation ...
  • Detector Type: Pyroelectric
  • Spectral Range: 0.1 - 1000 um
  • Size: 3 mm
  • Maximum Power: 0.05 W
  • Noise Equivalent Power: -- uW
  • ...
Data Sheet
Our pyroelectric detectors are a class of room temperature thermal detectors that produce a current output that is directly proportional to the rate of change of temperature when exposed to a source of radiation. They are best described by an AC current source, capacitor and resistor. Their current output is governed by the equation ...
  • Detector Type: Pyroelectric
  • Spectral Range: 0.1 - 1000 um
  • Size: 3 mm
  • Maximum Power: 0.05 W
  • Noise Equivalent Power: -- uW
  • ...
Data Sheet
Our pyroelectric detectors are a class of room temperature thermal detectors that produce a current output that is directly proportional to the rate of change of temperature when exposed to a source of radiation. They are best described by an AC current source, capacitor and resistor. Their current output is governed by the equation ...
  • Detector Type: Pyroelectric
  • Spectral Range: 0.1 - 1000 um
  • Size: 3 mm
  • Maximum Power: 0.05 W
  • Noise Equivalent Power: -- uW
  • ...
Data Sheet
Our pyroelectric detectors are a class of room temperature thermal detectors that produce a current output that is directly proportional to the rate of change of temperature when exposed to a source of radiation. They are best described by an AC current source, capacitor and resistor. Their current output is governed by the equation ...
  • Detector Type: Pyroelectric
  • Spectral Range: 0.1 - 1000 um
  • Size: 3 mm
  • Maximum Power: 0.5 W
  • Noise Equivalent Power: -- uW
  • ...
Data Sheet
Our pyroelectric detectors are a class of room temperature thermal detectors that produce a current output that is directly proportional to the rate of change of temperature when exposed to a source of radiation. They are best described by an AC current source, capacitor and resistor. Their current output is governed by the equation ...
  • Detector Type: Pyroelectric
  • Spectral Range: 0.1 - 1000 um
  • Size: 5 mm
  • Maximum Power: 0.5 W
  • Noise Equivalent Power: -- uW
  • ...
Data Sheet
Our pyroelectric detectors are a class of room temperature thermal detectors that produce a current output that is directly proportional to the rate of change of temperature when exposed to a source of radiation. They are best described by an AC current source, capacitor and resistor. Their current output is governed by the equation ...
  • Detector Type: Pyroelectric
  • Spectral Range: 0.1 - 1000 um
  • Size: 9 mm
  • Maximum Power: 0.5 W
  • Noise Equivalent Power: -- uW
  • ...
Data Sheet
Our pyroelectric detectors are a class of room temperature thermal detectors that produce a current output that is directly proportional to the rate of change of temperature when exposed to a source of radiation. They are best described by an AC current source, capacitor and resistor. Their current output is governed by the equation ...
  • Detector Type: Pyroelectric
  • Spectral Range: 0.1 - 1000 um
  • Size: 9 mm
  • Maximum Power: 0.05 W
  • Noise Equivalent Power: -- uW
  • ...
Data Sheet
Our pyroelectric detectors are a class of room temperature thermal detectors that produce a current output that is directly proportional to the rate of change of temperature when exposed to a source of radiation. They are best described by an AC current source, capacitor and resistor. Their current output is governed by the equation ...
  • Detector Type: Pyroelectric
  • Spectral Range: 0.1 - 1000 um
  • Size: 5 mm
  • Maximum Power: 0.05 W
  • Noise Equivalent Power: -- uW
  • ...
Data Sheet
Our pyroelectric detectors are a class of room temperature thermal detectors that produce a current output that is directly proportional to the rate of change of temperature when exposed to a source of radiation. They are best described by an AC current source, capacitor and resistor. Their current output is governed by the equation ...
  • Detector Type: Pyroelectric
  • Spectral Range: 0.1 - 1000 um
  • Size: 3 mm
  • Maximum Power: 0.05 W
  • Noise Equivalent Power: -- uW
  • ...
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The Gentec-EO Ultra Series UP power detector family includes thirteen series (XLP12, UP12E, UP10K(P), UP17P, UP19K, UP25N(M), UP25T, UP50N(M), UP55N(M), UP55C, UP60N(M), UP55G, and UP60G) of opto-thermal sensors with different cooling options (stand alone, heat sink, fan and water), with or without amplification. The high power ...
  • Detector Type: Thermal Absorber (thermopile)
  • Spectral Range: 0.19 - 20 um
  • Size: 19 mm
  • Maximum Power: 30 W
  • Noise Equivalent Power: 1000 uW
  • ...
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Did You know?

When the measurable response of a detector to incident radiation is a rise in temperature, the device is called a thermal detector. The receptor in the thermal detectors is typically a blackened surface that efficiently absorbs light at all wavelengths. Thermal detectors include thermocouples and bulk devices that respond to a rise in temperature with a significant change in resistance (e.g. bolometers and Thermistors), pyroelectric detectors that exploit pyroelectric effect and the Golay cell that measures the expansion of a gas induced by radiation incident on the gas enclosure.