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  • 4700 - Photodiode Characterizer

    Company: DBm Optics

    Complete PD Measurement System. The 4700 Photodiode Characterizer is a complete photodiode test system. It will characterize PDs or APDs (upcoming) without the need for additional power supplies. It is this simple: connect your device and press start. Like the dBm Optics optical power meters, the dBm Optics photodiode meters employ an electrometer-based design. 

  • Lab Buddy - Optical Receivers

    Company: Discovery Semiconductors

    For busy test stations or student labs, where users of different experience levels might be handling high value opto-electronics that are easily damaged by mishandling, order your photodiode or photoreceiver to be mounted in the Lab Buddy.

  • 40G - Optical Receivers

    Company: Discovery Semiconductors

    Discovery Semiconductors introduced its first commercially available 40 Gb Dual-Depletion InGaAs/InP p-i-n Photodiode at the Optical Fiber Conference in Dallas, Texas, in 1997. Since that OFC, we have expanded our pioneering dual-depletion photodiode design for several cutting edge products such as Balanced Photodiodes for 40 Gb, and Ultra-fast photodiodes up to 60 GHz. Today, our 40 Gb product line has evolved to include PIN+TIA optical receivers, with both linear and limiting amplifiers. These receivers work up to 40 Gb from 1064 nm to 1650 nm for single mode applications, and additionally up to 25 Gb for 850 nm multimode applications. For 25 Gb data rates, these receivers come with an optional CDR. Additionally, we supply 40 Gb Integrated Balanced Optical Receivers for 40 Gb DPSK/DQPSK systems. For busy test stations or student labs, where users of different experience levels might be handling high value opto-electronics that are easily damaged by mishandling, order your photodiode to be mounted in our Lab Buddy instrument.

  • FiberPal - Network OTDR

    Company: Radiantech

    The NFO OTDR unit injects the laser pulse into the fiber under test and picks up scattered and reflected optical signals by an avalanche photodiode (APD). The unit accepts remote commands from Internet to control all related timing and data acquisition processes. Maximal three wavelengths are available at the NFO with options on 1310, 1490, 1550, and 1625 nm.

  • Series 100 - Fiber Optic Tap Monitors for OEM

    Company: EigenLight

    EigenLight's Series 100 Optical Tap Power Monitors are used for in-line measurement of power in optical fiber. These GR-468 Telcordia qualified devices are used in 40G and 100G optical transport systems around the world, as well as in specialty lasers, test instruments, and other applications. The Tap Power Monitor's small, hermetic package houses a stable optical tap and PIN photodiode. By utilizing a patented process to scatter light out of the fiber optic core directly onto the integral detector, these devices maintain fiber continuity and avoid lenses or partial reflectors in the optical path. This provides exceptional performance, including the lowest insertion losses among competing technology, virtually no back-reflection, and directionality to >30 dB. Fiber continuity also means reliability for the most demanding power measurement applications. EigenLight's Fiber Optic Tap Monitors offer cost, size, and performance advantages over conventional discrete coupler and photodiode combinations and is available in virtually all single mode fibers, as well as a wide range of PM fiber types.

  • Solar Cells

    Company: Sourcetronic GmbH

    Each photovoltaic installation and each solar module consists of individual solar cells. In these cells, solar energy is converted into electricity. They are made of silicon and work the same way as large area photodiodes which are operated as a power source. These days there are mainly two types of solar cells, which are either monocrystalline or polycrystalline cells. The quality of those cells is specified by their respective efficiency. The efficiency is the ratio of power generated by the cell to the incoming solar radiation. Not only the efficiency but also other characteristics such as failure rate and the performance degradation due to aging are critical. The Sourcetronic solar cells are characterized precisely by these properties and are produced with state of the art technology. To achieve a high quality standard, the production process is monitored constantly. In order to minimize disruption of the cells and prevent the delivery of defective cells, IV and EL-Tests are performed before cell lamination takes place to ensure reliability. The IV test analyzes the performance of the cell with the IV curve. With the EL-Test (electroluminescent) the cell is examined for structural damage. Therefore micro cracks are the most often reason for structural damage.