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Boston Electronics Corporation

Boston Electronics Corporation

Map91 Boylston St.
Brookline, MA 02445
United States
Phone: +1 617-566-3821
We specialize in products related to photodetection, especially, including Detectors, Sources, and Signal Processing Electronics.

Photodetectors for the IR, UV, THz, and visible

Light sources - Quantum Cascade Lasers, IR LEDs, UV LEDs, and Thermal Sources

Digital (photon counting) detectors (Visible, UV, NIR)

Digital TCSPC photon counting electronics

IR imaging arrays

THz imaging cameras

 Artificial solar lighting

Lidar transient recorders

Analog signal processing electronics (amplifiers, choppers, lock ins, etc.)

Applications of TCSPC including fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM)
Established: 1977
Employees: 10
Facility area (sq ft): 2200
Ownership type: Privately Owned
Rick Mannello, CEO
Fred Perry, CTO

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