Devices for Emission spectrophotometer (Fluorescence).

PMT (photomultiplier tubes)

In the photosensor field, photomultiplier tubes (or PMT) are known to have particularly high sensitivity. PMT also have dozens of other advantages such as high-speed response time.

PMT modules

The PMT module is basically comprised of a photomultiplier tube to convert light into electrical signals, a high-voltage power supply circuit, and a voltage divider circuit to distribute the optimum voltage to each dynode, all assembled into a single compact case. In addition to these basic PMT modules, Hamamatsu also provides modules having various additional functions such as signal processing, cooling and interface to PC.

Xenon lamps / mercury-xenon lamps

Xenon lamps emit a continuous spectrum with high luminance and high color temperature, ranging from the UV to visible to infrared range.

Hamamatsu Corporation Mercury Education Plan (US only)

Xenon flash lamps

Xenon flash lamps are more compact than continuous mode lamps and build up less heat. They provide a high-intensity continuous spectrum from deep ultraviolet light to ultraviolet light to visible light to infrared light.

Xenon flash lamp modules

Xenon flash lamp modules are compact devices that integrate a xenon flash lamp (2W or 5W), power supply, and trigger socket. They provide high intensity, high repetition flashes across a broad spectrum from ultraviolet to infrared.

Back-thinned Type CCD


Back-thinned CCD image sensors deliver high quantum efficiency from the visible to vacuum ultraviolet region.

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