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Analog Optical Measurement of Low-Level-Light – C13366-1350GA MPPC Module

The C13366 series (GA type) are optical measurement modules that are designed to detect low level light. Each type of module comprises a thermoelectrically cooled MPPC, a high-voltage power supply circuit, a signal amplifier circuit, and a temperature control circuit.

The photosensitive area measures 1.3 × 1.3 mm, and the signal output is analog. The modules can be used by simply linking them to an external power supply of ±5 V.

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Key Features

  • Analog output
  • Integrated TE-cooled MPPC
  • High sensitivity in the short wavelength range
  • Minimal noise equivalent power
  • Integrated temperature control operation

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