Hamamatsu Photonics introduce the new multi-pixel photon counter (MPPC), the S10362-11 series. The device features brand new technology utilising a Geiger-mode avalanche photodiode structure for ultra-low-level light detection.
Sensors and detectors
The LightProbes, from Peak Test Services, are designed to test lamps and displays on printed-circuit boards using in-circuit test fixtures and automatic test equipment (ATE).
Silicann Technologies has released a new control unit for the PCS series of colour sensors. The stand-alone unit allows parameters to be controlled in an easy-to-understand interface similar to standard PC software.
ULIS launches its new, portable IR detector, UL 03 16 2, which is well adapted for civilian low-cost applications like predictive maintenance and thermography.
Selex Sensors and Airborne Systems has launched Wren, a high performance uncooled single element pyroelectric detector for use in infrared (IR) microscopy.
A new range of pulse energy sensors from Coherent has been optimised for use with ArF lasers operating at 193nm and with KrF lasers at 248nm.
Hamamatsu Photonics introduce the new S10200 TDI (time delay integration) sensor, featuring the latest high speed, high sensitivity, back-thinned CCD image sensors.
The new Multipurpose EnergyMax series of laser energy sensors from Coherent combine a large active area, high repetition rate response and high peak power handling capability.
An enhanced version of the 11C/M Imaging Module has been released by Jenoptik Laser, Optik, Systeme. The new module relies on a Kodak 11-Megapixel CCD sensor.
Laser Components offers a wide range of detectors from UV (SiC, silicon UV enhanced), visible (Si photodiodes, APDs, position sensitive detectors (PSD) and colour sensors), and infrared