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Sensors and detectors
Hamamatsu Photonics has introduced the new multi-pixel photon counter (MPPC) S10362-11 series. The devices feature brand new technology using a Geiger-mode avalanche photodiode structure for ultra-low-level light detection.
Ophir Optronics introduces the new USBI-4 Smart Head to PC Interface, which enables you to turn your PC or laptop into a full fledged Ophir multi-channel laser power/energy meter.
PicoQuant is now offering a new routing device â€“ the PHR 800 â€“ for up to four detectors in the PicoHarp 300 TCSPC photon counting module.
Jenoptik has released a new laser sensor with large reach, and instant measuring results. The sensor measures the distance to moving and stationary objects at a range up to 3,000m.
Ophir Optronics has introduced the new PE9-F Pyroelectric Detector. It has a maximum pulse width of 0.5Âµs and measures a maximum pulse rate up to 20kHz.
id Quantique has announced the release of ultra-low noise single photon counting modules for the visible spectral range. A dark count rate of less than 1Hz or 20Hz is offered for 20Î¼m or 50Î¼m diameter devices.
Cedip Infrared Systems has launched the Altair Li system, which employs a high-performance infrared focal plane array camera to provide high-quality thermal images of stress in materials and structures.
Cedip Infrared Systems, in conjunction with its subsidiary Polytech AB, has launched the new Flytherm Airborne Target Signature Analysis system, suitable for warfare and security applications.