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Hamamatsu Corporation

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
Toll-free: +1 800-524-0504
Hamamatsu Corporation is the North American subsidiary of Hamamatsu Photonics K.K. (Japan), a leading manufacturer of devices for the generation and measurement of infrared, visible, and ultraviolet light, as well as X-rays. Our products include:
   •    Detectors: photodiodes, avalanche photodiodes (APD), silicon photomultipliers (SiPM), photomultiplier tubes (PMT), infrared detectors
   •    Image sensors: CMOS, CCD, InGaAs
   •    Modular spectrometers: UV-VIS, NIR, Raman
   •    Cameras for OEMs and researchers: sCMOS, CCD, EM-CCD
   •    Light sources: laser diodes, LEDs, lamps, UV spotlight sources
   •    X-ray devices: X-ray sources, detectors, cameras
   •    Specialized systems for drug discovery, semiconductor, and other fields Hamamatsu MMPC

See all our products.

Silicon photomultipliers (SiPM)
Silicon photomultipliers from Hamamatsu are called Multi-Pixel Photon Counters (MPPC). And like its name implies, the MPPC is capable of detecting extremely low levels of light — down to single photons. See SiPMs.

Detectors and light sources for LiDAR
From a LiDAR system’s design to its production, we’ve got you covered. We manufacture Si and InGaAs photodetectors for short- to long-range distance measurements — including PIN photodiodes, APDs, and SiPMs — and we offer pulsed laser diodes emitting at 905 nm. In addition, we provide light sources and cameras that can be used during a LiDAR system’s manufacturing and testing. See LiDAR detectors. See pulsed laser diodes.

MEMS-based compact spectrometers
Hamamatsu offers a wide range of compact devices for UV-Visible, Raman, NIR, and FTIR spectroscopy. By combining MEMS and optical technologies to create miniature gratings and interferometers, we developed mini-spectrometers as small as 12 mm wide, NIR spectroscopy sensors in a compact TO-5 package, and a palm-sized device for FTIR. See compact spectrometers.

OEM & scientific cameras
For OEMs, we offer standard and customized board cameras. Customization options include the sensor type, interface, cooling, and the camera’s size and form factor. For researchers, we offer a variety of sCMOS, CCD, and EM-CCD cameras for microscopy. See cameras.

Hamamatsu - many devices

More products
In addition to the devices mentioned, we have many more products to offer. See our complete product lineup.
Established: 1969
Employees: 250
Ownership type: Privately Owned
Craig Walling, President


MS=Manufacture Stock | MC=Manufacture Custom | S=Supply/Distribute | D=Design
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