Sensors and modules for infrared light detection.
InGaAs photodiodes for near-infrared light detection. Features include high speed, high sensitivity, low noise, and spectral responses ranging from 0.5 μm to 2.6 μm.
InGaAs APDs provide high near-infrared sensitivity for low light detection at high speeds.
High-speed, low-noise infrared detectors capable of detecting infrared light up to approximately 3.5 μm.
High-speed, low-noise infrared detectors that deliver high sensitivity in the atmospheric window between 3 - 5 μm. Infrared light in the 5 μm band can be detected with peak sensitivity and high response speed.
InAsSb photovoltaic detectors deliver high sensitivity within 5 μm, 8 μm, and 11 μm.
Type II superlattice infrared detector with a sensitivity up extended to 14 μm band using Hamamatsu unique crystal growth technology and process technology.
Ultrafast mid-infrared photodetector with a response bandwidth of over 20 GHz.
Low-cost sensors that generate thermoelectromotive force in proportion to the energy level of incident infrared light. Concentration of various types of gases can be measured by attaching a band-pass filter to thermopile detectors.
Detectors with one sensor is mounted over a second sensor along the same optical axis, in order to provide a broad spectral response range.
Compact modules containing an infrared detector and a preamplifier. Thermoelectric and liquid nitrogen cooling is available for applications requiring low noise.
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