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  • IR Detectors

    LT Laser Tools GmbH

    IR detectors have been a part of our standard product range at LASER COMPONENTS for almost three decades. A distinction is made between sensors for the near infrared range (NIR) from 1.0 µm to 2.5 µm and those for the mid-infrared range (MIR) above 2.5 µm. IR detectors of all modes of operation are a part of our product portfolio and leave nothing to be desired.

  • Special Detectors

    InfraTec GmbH

    Single channel enhanced IR detectors with fast response, extended gain, and/or high modulation frequency range for applications in spectroscopy and analytical instruments.

  • Voltage Detectors

    Seaward Electronic Ltd

    Available with a digital readout or a simplified LED display Seaward's specialist range of voltage detectors have the versatility and durability to cope with all types of user demands.

  • Amplitude Detectors

    ERAVANT

    Amplitude detectors are GaAs beam lead Schottky diode-based detectors with various RF and DC connector options to suit many differentapplications. With a distinct circuitry design and careful diode selection, these zero-biased detectors exhibit high sensitivity and extremely flat outputcharacteristics. The below standard offering covers the frequency range of 18 to 170 GHz and is designed to have a 10 MHz video bandwidth, 1 MΩ video output impedance, and an RF input power handling of up to +20 dBm. The relationship of the input power and detected output voltage is square root. A typical input power versus detected output voltage curve of a Ka band detector is shown below. The typical tangential sensitivity of the detector is –45 dBm.

  • Directional Detectors

    KRYTAR, Inc.

    KRYTAR offers the industry's widest selection of Directional Detectors specifically designed for use in today's high-performance microwave instrumentation and systems. KRYTAR detectors are designed for such applications as power measurements, analyzing radar performance, leveling pulsed signal sources, AM noise measurements, system monitoring and pulsed RF measurements in ultra-broadband and mm-Wave applications. Complete engineering services for custom designs that meet or exceed critical performance and/or packaging specifications are available.

  • Photo Detectors

    Gentec Electro Optics, Inc.

    Our photo detectors are offered for both power or energy measurements. Measure as low as a few femtojoules in energy or a few picowatts in power, thanks to our highly sensitive sensors and performant electronics.

  • LED Detectors

    Inphora Inc.

    LEDs are designed to make, not detect, light. But it happens that they detect light quite well. Even better, unlike detectors designed specifically to detect light, LEDs detect a relatively narrow band of wavelengths.

  • Leak Detectors

    Monarch Instrument

    The Monarch Instrument VPE Leak Detectors use ultrasonic waves to detect sounds associated with friction, arcing, and turbulence. They do this while avoiding noise interference like wind or workshop noises. Find the right leak detector for your application today.

  • RF Detectors

    everything RF

    RF Detectors from the leading manufacturers are listed below. Use the filters to narrow down on products based on your requirement. Download Datasheets, Compare products and Request Quotations. Your Inquiry will be directed to the manufacturer and their distributors who will get back to you with a quote.

  • THz Detectors

    Gentec Electro Optics, Inc.

    Our sensors are pyroelectric-based and can thus be used very easily, and at room temperature. You can choose either a standalone head with on-board electronics or go with our T-Rad meter and a separate sensor. We also have small discrete terahertz detectors in TO5/TO8 packages.

  • UV Detectors

    Marktech Optoelectronics

    UV detectors offer sensitivity ranges from 150nm – 570nm typical using materials including GaP, GaN and SiC. These die can be packaged individually in a variety of hermetically sealed packages or multiple die can be integrated in a custom package to suit your specific application.

  • Scintillator Detectors

    SIGMA Family - Kromek Group plc

    Our SIGMA range of CsI(Tl) thallium activated caesium iodide scintillator radiation detector products replaces conventional photomultiplier technology with state of the art SiPMs. These gamma-ray detectors offer up to 32.8 cm3 of detection volume, delivered in a package providing significant benefits in cost, size, weight, power consumption and temperature stability. Robust, small and light SIGMA caesium iodide scintillator radiation detectors are perfect for radiation detection in the field and in the lab. Clients have flown them on drones, built them into large detector arrays and other devices. If you need fast detection in an easy to use package this is what you need.

  • Radiometric Detectors

    Inphora Inc.

    Radiometric detectors are built by using selected, stability tested high-grade Si-photovoltaic cells. They are all equipped with individually produced and matched color glass filters. They are available in different sizes for irradiance and radiant flux measurement, both in temperature stabilized laboratory and general purpose form.

  • Silicon Detectors

    Edmund Optics Inc.

    Through the photovoltaic effect, detectors provide a means of transforming light energy to an electrical current. The root of the theory behind this phenomenon is a small energy gap between the valence and conduction bands of the detector. When light, with enough energy to excite an electron from the valence to the conduction band, is incident upon the detector, the resulting accumulation of charge leads to a flow of current in an external circuit. Since light is not the only source of energy that can excite an electron, detectors will have some amount of current that is not representative of incident light. For example, fluctuations in thermal energy can easily be mistaken for light intensity changes. A variety of these "non-light" contributions are present and, when summed up, make up the total noise within the detector.

  • X-Ray Detectors

    Sydor Technologies

    Sydor Technologies is committed to innovating x-ray detector technology—as we have done for over a decade—developing complex measurement solutions and commercializing emerging technologies for world-class laboratories. We’re committed to innovating cutting-edge technology to improve the accuracy, resolution, and ultrafast speeds of x-ray detectors to enable complex measurements.

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