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Radiometric Sensors

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SAN DIEGO, Jan. 2, 2020 — Radiometric SensorsThe UDT series of enhanced radiometric sensors from Gamma Scientific Inc. delivers femto-amp level sensitivity for low-light-level measurement.

Configuration options include miniature, low-profile, blue or UV optimized, InGaAs, and cooled sensors for a wide variety of applications ranging from 190 to 1750 nm. With rise times to 1 µsec, pulsed energy measurements are also possible. Sensors can be purchased individually or matched with a range of multi-channel, benchtop, and handheld optical meters.

Most configurations can easily be integrated with our extensive range of integrating spheres and other full test solutions for laboratories, production line testing, or OEM usage.
Jan 2020

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