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Hamamatsu Corporation
Hamamatsu Corporation - Bridgewater, NJ
Importer and distributor of photonics components and subsystems for use in instrumentation. Products include photomultiplier tubes, solid-state photodetectors, IR detectors, image sensors, scientific cameras, light sources, and x-ray solutions.
Stock Manufacturer
18 products
Boston Electronics Corp.
Boston Electronics Corp. - Brookline, MA
Supplies quantum cascade tunable IR lasers (3.3 to 17+ microns); UV and IR detectors; single-photon counting electronics and systems for single-molecule detection, FLIM, spectroscopy, diffuse optical tomography and laser radar. Also photon counting detectors and IR thermal sources, IR LED and UV LED.
Supplier/Distributor
1 product
G&H
G&H - Somerset, United Kingdom
G&H provides design and manufacturing solutions to OEM customers around the world. We meet challenging specifications and offer long product lifetime and guaranteed performance in harsh environments. Our Group is comprised of three businesses: G&H Aerospace and Defense, G&H Industrial and Telecom, G&H Life Sciences and Biophotonics.
Custom Manufacturer
1 product
Incom Inc.
Incom Inc. - Charlton, MA
Incom is a world leader in polymer and glass microstructure innovation. Our customers are instrument makers, researchers, and designers at the forefront of technology, providing innovation to science, medicine, security, and display technology. Our diverse products highlight our broad customization capabilities.
Custom ManufacturerDesigner
4 products
Becker & Hickl GmbH - Berlin, Germany
Coherent Corp. - Traverse City, MI
First Sensor Inc. - Westlake Village, CA
Martin, Froeschner & Associates - Livermore, CA
Glossary
  • photon counter A device used to evaluate the luminance of a surface by determining the number of photons emitted from a sample surface area.
  • detector 1. A device designed to convert the energy of incident radiation into another form for the determination of the presence of the radiation. The device may function by electrical, photographic or visual means. 2. A device that provides an electric...
  • picosecond pulse A pulse having extremely short duration, about 10-13 to 10-10 s, that is produced by mode locking of wide-bandwidth lasers, such as the organic dye and ruby lasers. Picosecond pulses are used in the study of extremely rapid decay processes.
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