Sensors / Detectors Products

  1. Low-Noise Extreme Ultraviolet (EUV) Photodetector

    The SXUV20C is a new low-noise extreme ultraviolet (EUV) photodetector that is specially designed for high stability over long periods of time when exposed to high intensity EUV energy. The photodetector features superior responsivity in the 1 nm to 200 nm wavelength region, a large 20 mm2 circular active area that provides a substantial surface for easy alignment to the EUV laser, and superior hardness in extreme UV environments.

  2. Customized OEM Solutions

    Many laser systems manufacturers need to have a measuring capability built into their systems. Ophir Photonics offers customized Thermal and Photodiode OEM solutions of laser power/energy measurement instrumentations which can be built into host systems in many markets including medical and industrial.

  3. Tailored Solutions For Optimal Sensors

    First Sensor provides a continuous tailored process for assisting customers in finding the optimum sensor solutions for standard sensors, modifications thereof, or a custom development. This process begins with the analyzation of the customers’ specific task, and then moves to the creation of a plan, and the development and management of the entire sensor solution.

  4. Laser Sensors For High Power Lasers Without Water Cooling

    Ophir Photonics offers a series of thermal laser sensors designed for measuring high pulse laser energies without the need for large, water-cooled devices. The L40(150)A, L40(150)A-LP1, L50(150)A, and L30C-LP1-26-SH use short laser pulses of 0.1 to 1 second to make laser power measurements up to 8000 W or higher.

  5. Ultra-Small MEMS-FPI Spectrum Sensor

    Hamamatsu offers the new C13272 ultra-small, narrow range spectrum sensor with a MEMS-FPI tunable filter. It is constructed of a MEMS FPI chip and an InGaAs PIN photodetector with a spectral response range from 1.55 µm to 1.85 µm. This spectral response rate makes the sensor suitable for materials identification and process control in industrial environments.