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Our D31 series of pyroelectric detectors are a collection of single channel DLaTGS devices operating in voltage mode with an integrated JFET.
  • Detector Type: Pyroelectric
  • Spectral Range: 1 - 31 um
  • Size: 5.3 mm
  • Maximum Power: -- W
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Our L1X/2X series of pyroelectric detectors are a collection of multi-channel LiTaO3 devices operating in current mode with an integrated Op-Amp.TFC (Temperature  Fluxuation Compensation)  is incorporated into all of our LX2-series detectors via. the use of an optically blind element.
  • Detector Type: Pyroelectric
  • Spectral Range: 1 - 2100 um
  • Size: 2.7 mm
  • Maximum Power: -- W
  • Noise Equivalent Power: 50 uW
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Pyroelectric crystals simultaneously generate positive and negative charges on opposite faces, and our LD2100 detectors exploit this with a new amplification scheme. The LD2100 series is based on our best-selling L2100 series CM current mode detector, and we plan to bring other differential versions of our detectors to market in due ...
  • Detector Type: Pyroelectric
  • Spectral Range: 1 - 2100 um
  • Size: 5 mm
  • Maximum Power: -- W
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Laser Power Detector measures up to 500mW on 2x2mm2 greenTEG adds a miniaturized laser power detector to its product portfolio Switzerland, January 2016 - greenTEG has further miniaturized its laser power sensing technology for OEM applications. The gRAY B0.5-SC measures up to 500 mW on a surface of only 2x2 mm2. The detector is ...
  • Detector Type: Thermal Absorber (thermopile)
  • Spectral Range: 0.19 - 15 um
  • Size: 2 mm
  • Maximum Power: 0.5 W
  • Noise Equivalent Power: 10 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.