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Single-Photon Sensitive Hybrid PhotodetectorsThe PMA Hybrid 42 and PMA Hybrid 07 single-photon sensitive hybrid photodetector modules from PicoQuant GmbH feature high temporal resolution.

The PMA Hybrid 42 covers the entire visible range from 300 to 850 nm with a detection efficiency of up to 20 percent. The PMA Hybrid 07 is sensitive in the UV down to 220 nm with a maximum detection efficiency of up to 25 percent and covers the whole visible spectrum. Like all detectors from the PMA Hybrid Series, the two new models are ideally suited for time- resolved spectroscopy and microscopy applications due to their timing resolution, absence of afterpulsing and extremely low dark counts.

All detector assemblies from the PMA Hybrid series are ready-to-use modules with integrated Peltier cooling, which ensures performance independent from environmental laboratory conditions. As a special feature, the detectors have two signal outputs with a negative voltage pulse for timing and counting applications and an analog output voltage proportional to the count rate.

Photonics Spectra
Jul 2017

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