Excelitas offers photonic detection solutions covering a very broad spectrum, from Gamma, X-Ray, UV, Visible and into the near Infrared...making it a simple choice to find the right detector for your unique detection application. Product ranges include Silicon and InGaAS PINs and APDs, hybrid receivers and photon counting modules. In addition to our wide offering of off-the-shelf devices, we also specialize in customized solutions for your specific needs.
Why should you choose Excelitas as your provider of photonic detectors?
Excelitas offers a comprehensive selection of photonic detection products to help you make an easier choice for your unique detection application. Our complete range of photonic solutions includes gamma, UV, visible, near-infrared, and x-ray machinery, designed for the accurate detection of light signals and trigger applications. We maintain excellence throughout the product lifecycle - from design to manufacturing - to produce an array of photonic solutions that exceed our customers’ expectations.
What types of photonic detectors do you offer?
Excelitas proudly offers a wide selection of gamma and x-ray machinery, among others, to support different applications across various industries. Our diverse portfolio of photonic equipment consists of the following product categories:
- Avalanche Photodiodes (APDs) are used for extreme low-level light detection and photon counting, providing excellent coverage within 400 nm to 1100 nm and 950 nm to 1550 nm for both Silicon (Si) and InGaAs, respectively.
- Defense and Aerospace Photodiodes offered by Excelitas provide a wide range of photonic equipment designed to support a wide range of military and precision applications, including target acquisition, laser guidance, and warning systems.
- Low-Light-Level Detection Modules (L3D) enable the detection of photons from 400nm to 1.7µm with industry-leading precision and performance.
- Photodiodes and Arrays provide detection from 220 nm to 1700 nm offered in various sizes to meet customer specifications.
- Phototransistors are designed to overcome unity gain, the major limitation among photodiodes, by integrating amplifiers and photodiodes inside a single chip for higher output.
What are the applications of photonic detectors?
Excelitas photonic detectors are designed and manufactured using the highest quality standards to create efficient products that suit a wide variety of applications. Here are a few:
- Avalanche Photodiodes (APDs): can be used in optical fiber receivers for communication, LiDAR and range finding, high-speed laser scanners, laser microscopy, imaging, and optical-time domain reflectometers.
- Defense and Aerospace Photodiodes: military applications include detection systems, laser guidance systems, fire sensing and control, gyro systems for guidance, satellite positioning, position sensing, and nuclear radiation sensors.
- Low-Light-Level Detection Modules (L3D): used to detect extremely low optical signals in specimens such as environmental toxins, proteins, emulsions, and particulate matter as well as drug, cancer, and genetic research and clinical diagnostics.
- Photodiodes and Arrays: typically used in positioning sensing in shorter distances, optical coherence tomography, and the detection of gamma and x-ray machinery signals in industrial settings.
- Phototransistors: used in settings where a higher responsivity rate is expected, which include security systems, encoders, IR detectors, circuitry in computer logic, punch-card readers, lightning control systems, and relays.
Can our photonic detectors be customized?
Absolutely! Excelitas specializes in custom solutions for our customers to give them access to reliable photonic solutions that meet their specific needs. Look through our complete product catalog to see our comprehensive portfolio of photonic solutions. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, don’t hesitate to give us a call to talk to our experts and learn more about our bespoke solutions.
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