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Photosensors or photodetectors are sensors of light or other electromagnetic energy.
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Calibration modules are required when using the 818 Series Low Power Detectors with Newport’s power meters in calibrated power reading. The module is matched to an individual detector and provides the meter with detector calibration and operating information.
ROHM's opetical sensors serve as eyes to monitor changes of any motions, and comply with customers' day-to-day diversifying requests.
PDA series of Amplified Photodetectors integrates a wide range of photodiodes with an amplifier into compact packages. The modules possess a thin profile to allow access to light paths with the minimum amount of interference.
Baseline has introduced a new line of photodetectors called piD-TECH® eVx photoionization detectors (PID). These detectors come with several new features, making them a perfect choice for OEM applications. The PID offers excellent design flexibility and reduces both the cost and time spent during the product development process.
Intermatic has a complete line of photo sensors to optimize your lighting control system for both simple and complex sitelighting applications and can even stagger ON lighting as outdoor light levels decrease.
The APDS-9002 is a low-cost analog-output ambient light sensor in lowest cost miniature chipLED lead-free surface mount package.
Biased Silicon photodetectors come with their own internal or external power.
Photodetectors for pulsewidth measurement and pulse profiling. The GaAs (ET-4000/4000A) modules are suitable for wavelengths from 400-900nm and have an active region 40µm in diameter.
The UPD series of ultrafast photodetectors are best suited for measuring of optical waveforms from DC to 10 GHz. Various models feature rise times from 30 to 500 ps and cover the spectral range from 170 to 2000 nm.
High speed Si photodiode with a low junction capacitance for sub ns pulse waveform measurements.
The Photoconductive Detector Series are suitable for high speed and high sensitivity applications. The spectral range extends from 350 to 1100 nm, making these photodiodes ideal for visible and near IR applications, including such AC applications as detection of pulsed LASER sources, LEDs, or chopped light.
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