Sensors and detectors

RM9 Radiometer

Ophir Photonics, global leader in precision laser measurement equipment and a Newport Corporation brand, has announced the RM9 Radiometer, a sensor for measuring the power of very low level CW or quasi CW sources

SPD_NIR_OEM_120MHz

AUREA Technology launches its newly designed fast NIR Single Photon Counting OEM Module, SPD_NIR_OEM_120MHz

Count S modules

New photon counters have been added to the COUNT series: The COUNT S modules feature the same high quantum efficiency of the other models but a significantly larger active area of 500um which facilitates focussing

SXUV300C photodiode

Opto Diode, an ITW company, introduces the SXUV300C photodiode with a large, 22.05 mm x 15.85 mm rectangular active area. These photodiodes detect energy from extreme ultraviolet (UV) wavelengths of 1 nm to 1000 nm. With 331 mm2 of active area

G12430 InGaAs photodiode arrays

Hamamatsu Photonics introduce a new range of InGaAs photodiode arrays, the G12430 series, designed for NIR spectroscopic analysis. The company has also unveiled a miniature spectrometer range, the C11697MB

Count photon counters

The dynamic range of single photon detectors is an important parameter. LASER COMPONENTS has reduced the dead time of the COUNT photon counters from 55ns to 42ns, resulting in a maximum count rate of more than 23MHz

LMM-274

The new LMM-274 from InfraTec now offers a low-power detector with four channels, so that three gases can be measured simultaneously and a reference channel is also available

SXUVPS4

Opto Diode, a division of ITW, introduces the SXUVPS4, a new multi-element detector with a 5 square milimetre active area in a quadrant configuration

ID280 series detection system

IDQ's ID280 series detection system bpasts quantum efficiencies higher than 50 per cent, count rates of up to 20MHz, dark counts <50Hz, jitter below 70ps and no afterpulsing

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