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MPPC (Multi-Pixel Photon Counter) is a device called SiPM, which is a photon counting device that is a multi-pixelized Geiger mode APD. While it is an optical semiconductor device, it has an excellent detection ability, so this device can be used in a variety of applications to detect very low-level light at the photon counting level.

Hamamatsu’s SPAD (Single Photon Avalanche Diode) is an element with a structure of a single pixel that combines a Geiger mode APD and a quenching resistor into one set. It is an optical semiconductor element that enables photon counting. 

Single MPPCs (SiPMs) and multi-channel MPPCs

SPAD is an element that combines a single photon avalanche diode and a TE-cooler in one package.

Modules (SiPM modules) that contain an MPPC capable of detecting extremely low-level light.

SPAD (single photon avalanche diode) is used in single-photon detection applications, where it is often involved in photon counting. Hamamatsu offers SPAD array and module products, and we can integrate these detectors with ASIC and customize our products to fit into your unique system. SPAD sensors can be used in LiDAR, optical tomography, quantum computing, and other low-light-level applications.

Power supplies and driver circuits for MPPCs. Power supplies have a built-in temperature compensation function to stabilize MPPC operation in environments with fluctuating temperatures.

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