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  • Fiber Optic Receivers-Image
    Fiber Optic Receivers - (124 companies)
    Fiber optic receivers are instruments that convert light into electrical signals. They contain a photodiode semiconductor, signal conditioning circuitry, and an amplifier. How to Select Fiber Optic Receivers. Image Credit: Avago Technologies... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Photosensor Modules - (70 companies)
    Photosensor modules are compact light detectors with built-in power supplies. They use photomultiplier tubes, avalanche photodiodes, PN photodiodes, or PIN photodiodes. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Photodiodes - (227 companies)
    ...of hole-electrons created by absorbed photons. When the device's reverse-bias voltage nears breakdown level, the hole-electron pairs collide with ions to create additional hole-electron pairs, thus achieving a signal gain. Spectral Response. The photodiode... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Optical Triangulation Position Sensors-Image
    Optical Triangulation Position Sensors - (73 companies)
    CCD)- CCD is a digital pixelated array detector. Smart CCD lasers react spontaneously to changing surface conditions, providing accurate results regardless of surface texture or color. Photodiode (PSD) - PSD triangulation is a long-standing technology... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Fluorometers - (113 companies)
    ...the output signal for a given amount of light. A photodiode is a semiconductor device used to detect light and generate an electrical current. Photodiode detectors are typically used in forward scatter (FSC) detection. Fluorometers can be configured... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Phototransistors - (91 companies)
    The base current from the incident photons is amplified by the gain of the transistor, resulting in current gains that range from hundreds to several thousands. A phototransistor is 50 to 100 times more sensitive than a photodiode with a lower... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Optocouplers - (139 companies)
    ...source -- almost always a light-emitting diode (LED) -- and a photosensor -- typically a photoresistor, photodiode, phototransistor, silicon-controlled rectifier (SCR), or triac. Both of these elements are separated by a dielectric (nonconducting... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • PIN Diodes - (65 companies)
    ...is its ability to control large radio frequency signals while using much smaller levels of direct current excitation. A PIN photodiode is also another name for a positive-intrinsic-negative (PIN) diode. PIN photodiodes are semiconductor light detecting... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Focal Plane Arrays - (26 companies)
    Focal plane arrays (FPA) are detectors consisting of a linear or two-dimensional matrix of individual detector elements, typically used at the focus of an imaging system. Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Photomultiplier Tubes - (33 companies)
    Photomultiplier tubes are good for applications where rapid detection of light or low light detection is necessary. Search by Specification | Learn More
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Avalanche Photodiode (APD) is a specialized PIN photodiode to operate with high reverse bias voltages. Large reverse voltages generate high electric fields at the P-N junction. Some of the electron hole pairs passing through or generated in this field gain sufficient energy to create additional...

AN951 Amplifying High-Impedance Sensors - Photodiode Example and C reduce the output noise. The output noiseR N N Author: Kumen Blake and Steven Bible is also kept low by not over-compensating the feedback Microchip Technology Inc. loop. INTRODUCTION C F Embedded systems contain many types...

Recent improvements in silicon photodiode fabrication technology have resulted in the production of photodiodes which are stable after prolonged exposure to short wavelength radiation and which have efficiencies in the far ultraviolet close to those predicted using a value of 3.63 eV...

photodiode techniques. Method-Ciliated epithelium was obtained by brushing the inferior nasal turbinate of 20 healthy subjects. Ciliated edges were observed by microscopy and the deviation of cilia during their recovery stroke relative to the path travelled during their power stroke was measured. Beat...

Silicon photodiodes are semiconductor devices responsive to high-energy particles and photons. Photodiodes operate by absorption of photons or charged particles and generate a flow of current in an external circuit, proportional to the incident power. Photodiodes can be used to detect the presence...

When light strikes a semiconductor it supplies energy to knock electrons free of their atomic orbits, creating holes and electrons.......

In research leading to an ocular communication system at the Tufta-new England Medical center, a technique has been sought to provide the position and orientation of the head of a potential user. This information along with the orientation of the eye is used to compute the line of gaze, which can...

The photodiode used for optical detection of the atomic resonance in a passive rubidium frequency standard (RFS) is a critical component that can limit the radiation hardness of the standard at high neutronfluence levels. With the goal of obtaining a more neutron-resistant photodiode than...

Visible light and silicon diodes work well together to produce electronic charge. In fact, photosensitive silicon is so receptive to light that incident photons on the order of 200 nW/cm2 will saturate a RadEye TM sensor. The efficiency with which a photodiode converts incident photons...

The TSL2550 is designed for use with broad wavelength light sources and uses two photodiodes for deriving illuminance (i.e. lux). The first photodiode (Channel 0) is sensitive to both visible and infrared light, while the second photodiode (Channel 1) is sensitive primarily to infrared light...

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