Devices for Liquid chromatography (HPLC).

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)

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.

Deuterium lamps

These are the next generation of deuterium lamps that deliver the high stability, high output and long service life required in deuterium lamps for spectrophotometry.

Si photodiodes

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Featuring high sensitivity and low dark current, these Si photodiodes are specifically designed for precision photometry and general photometry/visible range.

Si APD

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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.

NMOS image sensors

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Ideally suited for high-precision photometry requiring high ultraviolet sensitivity, these devices have excellent output linearity.

CMOS linear image sensors

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CMOS image sensors have ideal features such as low power consumption, small size and more highly integrated signal processing circuits.

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