…pyroelectric energy sensors can function with pulse
widths as short as nanoseconds, picoseconds, or even femtoseconds, and still measure correctly. As described in the
previous answer, the maximum pulse width specification is
important and is limited by the fall time of the sensor, so…
…Energy With a
The following figure outlines how to set up a pyroelectric sensor to
take an energy measurement.
Figure 2-1. Measuring Energy With a Pyroelectric Sensor
Connect a pyroelectric sensor to the
25-pin connector. Note: If your sensor…
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…sensitivity at 510 nm and 1050 nm. The germanium detector peaks at 1500 nm and is at half peak sensitivity at 1100 nm and 1650 nm. The pyroelectric detector has a flat spectral response. c. These limits can be reduced by a factor of 10 (higher sensitivity) by user-removal of the light-restricting…
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Measuring energy with a pyroelectric sensor 2-4
Measuring energy with a thermopile sensor 2-5
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