1. Pulsed Laser Diodes At 905 nm

    LASER COMPONENTS designs and produces high power laser diodes (PLDs) at 905 nm with high reliability, and high temperature stability. Applications for these laser diodes include range finding, speed monitoring, laser radars, security scanners, and laser light curtains, as well as in test and measurement systems.

  2. Silicon Avalanche Photodiodes

    The Silicon Avalanche Photodiodes (Si APDs) from LASER COMPONENTS are designed for operation in the wavelength range between 250 nm and 1100 nm. These Si APDs are ideal for the detection of extremely weak light intensities due to the avalanche effect on them.

  3. Pyroelectric DLaTGS Detectors

    LASER COMPONENTS offers Deuterated Lanthanum α Alanine doped TriGlycine Sulphate (DLaTGS) detectors that are ideally suited for FTIR applications. Designed with the highest possible performance and the most effective pyroelectric effects, these detectors can be produced with any configuration, including VM configurations and CM configurations.

  4. Infrared (IR) Arrays For NIR Spectroscopy

    LASER COMPONENTS offers a series of powerful IR arrays designed specifically for applications in IR spectroscopy such as biomedical analysis. The IG22 array series consists of 256 rectangular pixels made of extended InGaAs with a TE2 cooler, and is manufactured with an element size of 30 µm x 250 µm and a pitch of 50 µm.

  5. PbS And PbSe IR Detectors

    LASER COMPONENTS offers PbS and PbSe infrared (IR) detectors for applications detecting infrared radiation. The Polycrystalline lead sulfide detectors (PbS) detect infrared radiation in the wavelength range between 1 µm and 3.3 µm, and exhibit a higher sensitivity then Polycrystalline lead selenide (PbSe). The PbSe standard semiconductor detectors are designed to detect IR radiation between the 1 µm and 5.2 µm wavelength ranges.

  6. Thermal Imaging Cameras For Demanding R&D Applications: FLIR X8000sc/X6000sc Series

    The FLIR X8000sc/X6000sc Series of thermal imaging cameras are designed to provide the highest levels of thermal measurement performance alongside the most advanced connectivity. The FLIR X8400sc features up to 1280 x 1024 pixels to show the smallest details while assuring excellent measurement accuracy. The FLIR X6580sc has the ability to record up to 255 Hz in full 640 x 512 resolution, and the FLIR X6570sc can record up to 355 Hz using a 160 x 1 subwindow.

  7. Compact sCMOS Camera: pco.panda

    The new pco.panda is a state-of-the-art sCMOS sensor camera system designed to provide high quantum efficiency with the lowest dark noise for a number of applications, including live cell microscopy, single molecule detection, bio- and chemi-luminescence, GSDIM, PALM, STORM, SPIM, and more. It also is housed in a compact package – just 65 mm3.

  8. Avalanche Photodiodes (APDs) With Enhanced NIR Sensitivity To 950 nm: Series 9.5

    First Sensor’s Series 9.5 Avalanche Photodiodes (APDs) are designed with enhanced NIR sensitivity to 950 nm, providing fundamental technology for the development of custom-designed solutions such as different geometries, packages, and arrays.

  9. Twice The Memory At 32 GB: FASTCAM Mini AX, UX, And WX High Speed Cameras

    Photron’s FASTCAM Mini AX, UX, And WX high speed cameras are now available with 32 GB memory, at least twice the amount from the current 4 GB, 8 GB, and 16 GB options. With this new memory option, FASTCAM Mini cameras are ideally suited for demanding high-frame-rate imaging applications including onboard/off-board automotive safety testing, biomechanics, material sciences, military/aerospace research, fluid dynamics, and critical laboratory research.

  10. HD Format Digital SWIR InGaAs Camera: OWL 1280

    The OWL 1280 from Raptor Photonics is a digital short-wave infrared (SWIR) InGaAs camera in HD format, ideal for surveillance and scientific imaging applications including range finding, vision enhancement, astronomy, and hyperspectral imaging. The camera utilizes a 1280 x 1280 sensor for SCD that offers visible extension from 0.4 µm to 1.7 µm, and 10 µm x 10 µm pixel pitch for the highest resolution imaging.