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Silicon photomultipliers
19 April 2017, Opto-Electronics

Hamamatsu Photonics introduced a new range of silicon photomultipliers in the form of the S13720 series. Available in ceramic and surface mount packages, these MPPCs (multi pixel photon counters) have ...

Image sensor for sorting machines
22 March 2017, Opto-Electronics

Hamamatsu Photonics introduced the new S13488 CMOS linear image sensor, featuring electronic shutter and gain switching functionalities, as well as high sensitivity in the red, green and blue wavelength ...

Mini spectrometer for colour measurement
7 September 2016, Opto-Electronics

Hamamatsu Photonics introduces the new TF series mini-spectrometer for colour measurement applications: the C13555MA. This USB-powered polychromator contains optical elements, a driver circuit and a ...

LED for CO2 measurement
18 May 2016, Opto-Electronics

A new infrared detector from Hamamatsu Photonics – the L13201MA LED – emits at 4,3 μm, the ideal wavelength for measuring CO2 via the scattering/ absorption spectroscopy method. Offering radiant flux ...

UV curing light source
18 May 2016, Opto-Electronics

Hamamatsu Photonics has developed a new high-output UV LED light source that offers around seven times the intensity of previous models, for use in applications such as bonding, printing, labelling and ...

Photo IC with near human eye response
22 July 2015, Opto-Electronics

Hamamatsu Photonics introduced a new photo IC diode, the S11154-201CT, with spectral response characteristics designed to closely match those of the human eye. This chip is designed for use as an energy ...

Hamamatsu Photonics
29 April 2015, News

Scheduled to be introduced in South Africa by Hamamatsu Photonics are innovative, ultra-compact products such as a new micro spectrometer and MEMS (micro electromechanical systems) mirrors which were ...

CMOS linear image sensors
8 April 2015, Opto-Electronics

Hamamatsu Photonics introduced two new CMOS sensors – the S10226-10 and S10227-10 – which offer a balanced performance versus cost ratio. The compact CMOS linear image sensors are designed in a small ...

Compact image sensors
4 February 2015, Opto-Electronics

Hamamatsu Photonics has introduced two new compact CMOS linear image sensors - the S11106-10 and S11107-10 - for applications such as position detection, object measurement, rotary encoders and image ...

Silicon avalanche photodiodes
19 November 2014, Opto-Electronics

Hamamatsu Photonics has introduced a wide range of silicon avalanche photodiodes (APD) designed for applications requiring high sensitivity in the 800 nm wavelength band. Their design makes them particularly ...

LED for optical fibre comms
8 October 2014, Opto-Electronics

Hamamatsu Photonics introduced a new 870 nm LED – the L11368 – featuring a special microball lens that is bonded to the LED chip surface, with an additional mini-lens within the can package to make a ...

Compact NIR spectrometers
16 July 2014, Test & Measurement

Hamamatsu has added a new model to its lineup of transmission grating (TG) based mini-spectrometers. All of these modules consist of a palm-top size polychromator integrated with optical elements, a photodiode ...

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