APD

The APD (avalanche photodiode) is a high sensitivity photodiode that operates at high speeds and high gain by applying a reverse bias. Delivers a higher S/N than PIN photodiodes and is widely used in optical rangefinders, spatial light transmission, scintillation detectors, etc.

Si APD(44)

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Si APDs are high-speed, high sensitivity photodiodes having an internal gain mechanism, and can be used in measurements at very low light levels.

InGaAs APD(3)

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InGaAs APDs are high-speed, high sensitivity photodiodes having an internal gain mechanism, and can be used in measurements at very low light levels. They are mainly used for optical fiber communications, distance measurement and spatial light transmission, etc.

Si APD arrays(1)

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This APD is a 4 × 8 element APD array with low noise and enhanced short-wavelength sensitivity.

APD modules(8)

C12703,C12703-01

These are high-speed, high-sensitivity photodetectors using an APD. An APD, a low-noise amplifier, and a bias power supply are assembled together in a compact case. Simply connecting to a low voltage DC power supply allows light measurements with an S/N level dozens of times higher than PIN photodiodes.

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