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Photodiode Modules

Photonics.com
Dec 2012
Laser Components GmbHRequest Info
 
OLCHING, Germany, Dec. 18, 2012 — For optical bench applications, Laser Components GmbH has introduced the P-CUBE photodiode modules, which deliver precise measurement technology in a compact setup.

Low-noise, sensitive PIN photodiodes are housed in cubes that have an edge length of 40 mm. For integration into optomechanical setups, they can be attached to a rod system.

Available are a GaP photodiode (190 to 570 nm), a Si photodiode (200 to 1050 nm) and an InGaAs PIN photodiode (800 to 2200 nm). The photocurrent is obtained using a BNC connector. The P-CUBE also is available with an optical FC connector.

The programmable iAMP-700 current amplifier is directly connected to the P-CUBE with a BNC connector. It is possible to achieve amplifications of 102 to 1011 V/A with the iAMP-700.

By combining the P-CUBE and iAMP-700, the smallest amount of light can be detected reliably. The iAMP’s electromagnetic-compatibility housing allows application in proximity to the source. The P-CUBEs require a bias voltage between −10 and 10 V, obtained directly from the iAMP.


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GLOSSARY
FC connector
The fiber optic connector standard for Nippon Telephone & Telegraph (NTT) installations, developed with Nippon Electric Co. (NEC).
optical bench
A support for optical parts comprising a solid bed that permits precise longitudinal movement of one component relative to the others, and a number of sliders equipped with holders for lenses, lamps, apertures, eyepieces, ground glass, etc. Scales often are provided to measure the movement of the various sliders. Some special-purpose benches carry a nodal slide and flat-field bar with a microscope carriage for lens testing. Two-dimensional benches have appeared recently that consist of a...
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