Products/Services for Negative-electron-affinity (NEA) Photocathode

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    Image Intensifiers - (10 companies)
    ...their compact dimensions. Furthermore, they do not give rise to image distortion. The systems pick up light sources as dim as 0.001 lux. Super-Gen II employs photocathodes with extended spectral ranges. Gen III and Gen III filmless: They deploy the same...
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    Photomultiplier Tubes - (32 companies)
    Photomultiplier tubes are good for applications where rapid detection of light or low light detection is necessary. Photomultiplier tubes consist of an evacuated envelope with a photocathode that emits electrons when exposed to light...
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    Photosensor Modules - (73 companies)
    Photosensor modules are compact light detectors with built-in power supplies. They use photomultiplier tubes, avalanche photodiodes, PN photodiodes, or PIN photodiodes. Photomultiplier tubes (PMTs) are evacuated envelopes with a photocathode...
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    Ion Beam Guns and Electron Beam Guns - (61 companies)
    ...resolution (due to thinner beam). 2700 K operating temperature. 1700 K operating temperature. Table 1 – Comparison of Tungsten and Lanthanum Hexaboride filament properties. Table Credit: Drexel University. Photocathode emission guns emit electrons from...
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    Radiation Detectors - (207 companies)
    ...is reflected through a lens and makes contact with a photocathode, a specialized device which produces electrons when contacted by light. The electrons are pulled through a photomultiplier and are collected by an anode to form an electromagnetic pulse...
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    Low Light Cameras - (160 companies)
    ...of an image intensifier on the front of the video camera. Intensifiers can be placed on the lens of any camera, but modern CCDs are specifically designed for intensifier integration. Photons are converted to electrons at a photocathode. The electron count...
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