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Photomultiplier Detector System

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FREDERICK, Colo., Oct. 14, 2012 — Available through Laser Physics UK Ltd., Meadowlark Optics’ low-noise, high-sensitivity photomultiplier detection system operates over the wavelength range of 185 to 800 nm and combines a large 8-mm-diameter aperture and response time of 10 μs.

The convenient controller provides 11 gain settings over an amplification range of 102 to 106 and includes a detector overvoltage protection circuit that turns off the high voltage when too much light reaches the photocathode.

The turnkey detector requires no additional power supply and incorporates a manual shutter and a filter tray for any 1-in.-diameter optic of thickness <11 mm and is suitable for applications such as confocal fluorescence microscopy. It is available with a C-mount or optical fiber adapter.
Oct 2012

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