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NIR Position Sensors

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NIR Position SensorsGPD Optoelectronics Corp. offers a variety of position sensing detectors for use in near-infrared beam alignment and tracking applications. Our quadrant photodiodes offer a convenient option for beam alignment and free space optics applications. GPD offers quadrant photodiodes made out of standard InGaAs and we are now happy to also offer low-capacitance InGaAs for improved speed in large-area detectors.

Our Ge and InGaAs tetralateral position sensors offer a large detection field with no gaps or dead areas. This allows for more flexible tracking compared with QPDs and can accommodate more variation in spot shape and beam intensity profile. Our improved design increases the linear detection region up to 7.5 x 7.5 mm. Contact us today to discuss your position sensing application!


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ProductsSensors & Detectorsbeam alignmentfree space opticsposition sensingsatelliteInGaAsgermaniumphotodiodessensorsposition sensorsNIRquadrant photodiode

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