Sensors Converge

Event Name Sensors Converge
Dates June 25-26, 2024
Venue Santa Clara Convention Center, CA | Booth #821
Official site Sensors Converge
Promotional Code 10088 for free expo pass or $100 off conference

Hamamatsu provides photonic solutions for emerging markets such as LiDAR for autonomous vehicles, quantum computing, biophotonics, and advanced manufacturing processes such as 3D printing, laser cutting and welding. Join us at Sensor Converge 2024 at booth #821 to see our latest photonic technologies for these emerging applications and others.


On display will be our ultra low light detectors (with ASIC), mid-infrared detectors, InGaAs image sensors, light sources, spectrometers, and more. We also have the capabilities and expertise to offer customized photonics solutions to integrate into your project. Stop by to talk to our experts about your application and we will work with you on the best solution.

June 25, 2024 • 11:00 - 11:15 AM PST | Live Theatre Session

Gary Spingarn

Gary Spingarn is a Product Manager with Hamamatsu focusing on detectors and light sources for the mid-infrared region. As a chemical engineer, Gary made his start in industrial gases where he gained hands-on experience in all sorts of processes such as steel mills, plastics manufacturing, and alternative energy. Photonic devices were key in many of his past projects, and he began with the spectrometer group before moving into mid-infrared components. Leveraging past experience, Gary continues to support the development of gas analyzers, analytical instruments, medical devices, pyrometers, and new applications.

Featured products:

Spectrometer detector PMT module H15441-20

H15441-20 are comprised of a 6 ch multianode type photomultiplier tube, a high-voltage power supply circuit, and a optics module. It can be used for biomedical fluorescense measurement and flow cytometry.

SPAD modules

Fiber coupling type 1 ch SPAD module (for VIS to NIR region).

SPAD module C16534-050GD

Infrared detectors with band-pass filter P13243-015C/016CF

InAsSb photovoltaid detector P16702-011 MN

We have developed a new InAsSb photovoltaic detector with preamp offering high sensitivity to mid-infrared light, up to 11 μm in wavelength. It is an ideal choice for portable gas analyzers, laser monitors, and IR spectrometers.

Mini-spectrometer  C12880MA

Fingertip sized, ultra-compact spectrometer head supporting high sensitivity and long wavelength region.

Image sensor module  C15853-02

Built-in high-speed InGaAs linear image sensor, USB 3.1 Gen1 interface.

This series of InGaAs area image sensors offers high speed and high resolution with extended wavelength, making it perfect for hyperspectral imaging and plastic sorting. It features a hybrid structure, integrating a CMOS readout circuit with InGaAs photodiodes. Thanks to its newly designed ROIC and the implementation of a 3-stage thermoelectric cooling system, it can achieve a higher dynamic range and lower noise levels.

A compact FT-NIR spectroscopic module that can be incorporated into portable analytical instruments.