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Supplier: First Sensor AG
Description: Silicon photomultipliers (SiPMs) from First Sensor are innovative solid-state silicon detectors with single photon sensitivity. SiPMs are a valid alternative to photomultiplier tubes. The main benefits of these detectors are high gain, extremely good timing performance and low operating voltage
- PN, PIN, or Avalanche: Avalanche Photodiode
- Spectral Response: UV
- Array: Yes
- Spectral Response Range: 350 to 900 nm
Supplier: Excelitas Technologies Corp.
Description: Excelitas has developed the new LynXTM Silicon Photomultiplier (SiPM) Module, a compact, easy-to-use, analogue low light level detection module using Excelitas’ C30772 Series SiPM chip in a hermetic, TO-8 package integrated with TE-cooler, stable voltage power supply circuit, and low-noiseShow More
Supplier: Andover Corporation
Description: with a photomultiplier tube whereas the Kron/Cousins type is better suited for use with a Silicon CCD. Both filter sets work very well but it is important to establish the type of measuring system you are going to utilize before purchasing any sets. Both filter types utilize the same U, B & VShow More
Supplier: Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc.
Description: and integrated optical density As options, this unit can accommodate cooled silicon and extended InGaAs detectors operating as high as 2,150 nm as well as a cooled photomultiplier An optical port containing both detector input ports and an optical output is optional Wavelength steps and spectral
- Property Measured: Color
- Instrument Type: Spectrophotometer
- Spectral Range: 190 to 5000 nm
- Computer Interface: Yes
Supplier: HORIBA Scientific
Description: For spectroscopy and microscopy experiments in the UV/Vis/NIR region of the spectrum, a photomultiplier tube (PMT) is the ideal detector for quantitative low light level measurements. A PMT is extremely sensitive, with very wide dynamic range so it can also measure high levels of light. PMT’s
- Photomultiplier Type: Side-on Photomultiplier
- Active Area Diameter or Length: 0.3150 inch
- Active Area Height: 0.9449 inch
- Spectral Response Range: 185 to 900 nm
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New Silicon photomultipliers (SiPMs)
Silicon photomultipliers (SiPMs) from First Sensor are innovative solid-state silicon detectors with single photon sensitivity. SiPMs are a valid alternative to photomultiplier tubes. The main benefits of these detectors are high gain, extremely good timing performance and low operating voltage. Quick Links: Near Ultraviolet (NUV) SiPM datasheet. Red, Green, Blue (RGB) SiPM datasheet. Application note: Introduction to silicon photomultipliers (SiPMs). The SiPMs are insensitive to magnetic field... (read more)
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Marktech Optoelectronics is pleased to introduce its new line of Silicon Avalanche Photodiodes. This APD series has an internal gain mechanism, fast time response, low dark current and high sensitivity in the near infrared region. These APD ’s are recommended for applications that require high bandwidth or where internal gain is needed to overcome high pre-amp noise. In addition our APD ’s provide higher sensitivity than a standard photodiode and are ideal for extreme low-level... (read more)
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Application Note: LynX TM Silicon Photomultiplier Module User Guide
Excelitas' new LynXTM Silicon Photomultiplier Module is a compact, easy-to use,. analogue low light level detection (L3D) module employing Excelitas'. leading-edge C30742 Series Silicon Photomultiplier (SiPM) chip in a hermetic. TO-8 package with thermoelectric cooler, a stable voltage power supply
Introduction to silicon photomultipliers (SiPMs)
The silicon photomultiplier (SiPM) is a radiation detector with extremely high sensitivity, high efficiency, and very low time jitter. It is based on reversed biased p/n diodes and can directly detect light from near ultra violet to near infrared.
Operational supplies are frequently used to regulate the intensity of heavy-duty light sources such as xenon or arc lamps. The uniform illumination of a monochronometer is a typical objective. Light sensors typically provide the regulating feedback. These sensors include photomultiplier tubes
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OSA | Multipixel silicon avalanche photodiode with ultralow dark count rate at liquid nitrogen temperature
Multipixel silicon avalanche photodiodes (Si APDs) are novel photodetectors used as silicon photomultipliers (SiPMs), or multipixel photon counter (MPPC), because they have fast response, photon-number resolution, and a high count rate; one drawback, however, is the high dark count rate.
OSA | Large dynamic range photon detector with a temperature-stabilized Si-based multi-pixel photon counter
○ Silicon Photomultiplier : Detector for Highly Sensitive Detection of Fluorescence Signals .
2013 Index IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science Vol. 60
Simulating Silicon Photomultiplier Response to Scintillation Light; TNS Feb. 2013 336-351 Jia, Q., Hu, H., Zhang, F., Zhang, T., Lv, W., Zhan, Y., and Liu, Z., .
OSA | Analog single-photon counter for high-speed scanning microscopy
… V.Â Â Kaplin, A.Â Â Karakash, F.Â Â Kayumov, S.Â Â Klemin, V.Â Â Korbel, H.Â Â Meyer, R.Â Â Mizuk, V.Â Â Morgunov, E.Â Â Novikov, P.Â Â Pakhlov, E.Â Â Popova, V.Â Â Rusinov, F.Â Â Sefkow, E.Â Â Tarkovsky, and I.Â Â Tikhomirov, Calice/SiPM Collaboration, "Status report on silicon photomultiplier development and its applications …
2011 Index IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science Vol. 58
Silicon Photomultipliers as a Readout System for a Scintillator-Lead Shashlik Calorimeter; TNS .
Towards a precise measurement of the cosmic-ray positron fraction
Using a supercon- ducting magnet to create a mean magnetic field of 0.8 T and a scintillating fibre tracker with silicon photomultiplier readout, it will allow reliable charge-sign and momentum measurements up to at least 100 GeV.
Improved SiPM device performance by introduction of a new manufacturing technology
Silicon photomultipliers (SiPMs) are intensely evaluated as a potential replacement of photomultiplier vacuum tubes for several applications.