C11293-02NIR streak camera

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The NIR streak camera C11293-02 delivers much higher sensitivity in the near-infrared region than previously available. The C11293 utilizes a Hamamatsu streak tube with semiconductor photocathode (InP/InGaAs) to make picosecond time-resolved measurements of low-level light emissions in the near-infrared region. The C11293-02 enables simple and efficient measurements with sweep repetition rates up to 20 MHz. The streak tube provides high signal-to-noise ratio with low dark current by means of photocathode cooling to -80 °C. Applications include time-resolved spectroscopy measurements of various semiconductor materials as well as time response of various light sources and devices.


  • Measurement wavelength: 1000 nm to 1650 nm
  • Temporal resolution: 20 ps
  • Multichannel measurement

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  • Quantum nanostructures
  • Photonic crystal research
  • Carbon nanotube research
  • Material for photovoltaics
  • Optical communication

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Measurement example

Emission lifetime of quantum well (MQW488Bflat) captured with streak camera
Excitation light source: Ti-Sapphire Laser, Wavelength: 923 nm, Pulse width: 2 ps, Repetition rate: 2 MHz

c11293-02 measurement example

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c11293-02 system configuration

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Type number C11293-02
Spectral response 1000 nm to 1650 nm
Sweep unit Internal
Temporal resolution <20 ps
Sweep repetition frequency 20 MHz
Sweep time 1 ns to 10 ms
Effective photocathode length 4.5 mm

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Spectral response

c11293-02 spectral response

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c11293-02 dimensional outline

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