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Optical Beam Combining System


Easy to change the spectral output of the light source Any LED cube can be placed in any of 7 positions without concern for the order


Wavelength selection and beam refl ection using Semrock®


STR Filters LAMBDA 721


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Electro Optics


Silicon Photomultipliers for Photon Counting


Silicon Photomultipliers (SiPMs) are single-photon-sensitive solid


state detectors which are rapidly replacing conventional vacuum PMTs in a wide range of applications including photon counting.


KETEK’s latest WL-Series technology achieves Dark Count Rates as low as 25kHz/mm² at room temperature with Recovery Time of 7ns.


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Evaluation kits comprise a choice of PCB-mounted SiPM, interface boards for a range of applications, a bias source and a high speed preamplifier to enable rapid evaluation with plug and play convenience.


KETEK also offer 2D SIPM arrays along with a fully integrated module. Surface Mount SiPMs


1x1 & 3x3 mm² active area


High Photon Detection Efficiency Low Dark Count Rate Excellent VBr


uniformity


Low operating voltage SiPM Arrays Evaluation Kits SiPM Modules


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Solutions T: 01225 780400 E: info@aptechnologies.co.uk


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