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Photodiode Detector Family

Photonics.com
Sep 2010
Hinds Instruments Inc.Request Info
 
HILLSBORO, Ore., Sept. 10, 2010 — Hinds Instruments Inc. has released a new-generation photodiode detector family, the DET-200 series. The detection systems are specifically designed for use with optical signals from DC to 1 MHz over a spectral range of 200 to 1600 nm.

DET-200 technology represents an improvement in performance compared to the previous generation of detectors. The new models offer adjustable gain while maintaining a constant offset of 5 mV or less throughout all gain settings. The size has been reduced by over half to 50 × 50 × 25 mm. The detectors will drive a high Z load from 0 to 10 V and a 50-Ω load from 0 to 5 V.

They come standard with a 15-V power supply. Optional standoffs for mounting precision polarizers are available.


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