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HAMAMATSU CORPORATION
SUB. OF HAMAMATSU PHOTONICS K.K.
Map360 Foothill Rd.
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
United States
Phone: +1 908-231-0960
Fax: +1 908-231-1539

Low-Cost MIR Detectors & LEDs

Photonics Showcase
Oct 2021
Low-Cost MIR Detectors & LEDsMid-infrared components for gas analysis have had their issues: expensive and bulky detectors, reliable bandpass filters (BPFs) that are hard to come by, and low-output LEDs. However, Hamamatsu is changing that. Our room-temperature InAsSb detectors (P13243 series) feature a low-cost, surface-mount packaging and integrated BPF. Our MIR-LEDs have 3× the output power of our previous products thanks to material innovations.

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