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  • Ultrafast Joulemeter

    Gentec Electro Optics, Inc.

    Measure every pulse at up to 200 kHz with MACH 6. Measure with 12-bit digital accuracy and capture up to 4 million pulses in real time. Our MACH 6 Joulemeter is the only instrument in the world that performs at this speed, and with this precision. It is designed to support our full complement of fast energy probes that include Silicon, InGaAs and Pyroelectric Detectors. Measure from pJ to mJ and from 0.35 to 2.5 m. Using the M6-Si detector and the M5-UC-QED accessory, you can make relative measurements at 266 nm.

  • Ultrafast Laser Pulse Measurement System

    FROG Scan Ultra - MesaPhotonics

    With a slightly larger format than our high value FROG Scan system, our FROG Scan Ultra platform allows any Ocean Optics spectrometer to be used (including the QE65000 and InGaAs models). This means higher resolution and the availability of InGaAs detectors for your ultrafast laser system. It can measure pulses from nearly 4 ms (custom systems only) to as short as 450 nm.

  • Ultrasonic Leak Detector

    VPX-WR - Superior Signal Company

    The Superior AccuTrak Model VPX-WR represents THE state-of-the-art technology for ultrasonic air leak detection! This ultra-durable and waterproof instrument incorporates our patented and trademarked circuitry we call "DND" (Dynamic Noise Discrimination). Older detectors using only the heterodyne technique, simply cannot offer the same leak detection abilities, especially in loud plant environments.

  • Ultrasound Detector/Recorder

    D500X - Pettersson Elektronik AB

    The D500X is an ultrasound recording unit intended for long-term, unattended recording of bat calls. In contrast to time expansion bat detectors, the D500X records full-spectrum ultrasound in real time with virtually no gaps between recordings. The recorder is equipped with four slots for CF cards, which typically makes it possible to leave the unit in the field for more than a month. The triggering system allows the device to automatically start recording as a sound is detected.

  • Uncooled InAsSb Photovoltaic Detector

    P13894-011MA - Hamamatsu Photonics K.K.

    Hamamatsu Photonics K.K. has developed an uncooled InAsSb (indium arsenide antimonide) photovoltaic detector that offers high-speed and high-sensitivity detection of infrared light in the 3 to 11 micron wavelength range. This new device (part number: P13894-011MA) extends the upper limit of sensitivity of Hamamatsu’s InAsSb detectors from 8 microns to 11 microns, which will enable users to measure molecules that absorb longer wavelengths of light and thus analyze more compounds with a single device.

  • THz detector systems

    QMC Instruments Ltd

    QMC Instruments Ltd. has nearly forty years experience in the design and manufacture of cryogenic Terahertz detectors. Our unique combination of technologies permit the creation of individually designed systems resulting in performance that is optimised for each experiment. Superconducting bolometer, Indium antimonide HEB (hot electron bolometer), Magnetically enhanced indium antimonide HEB, Doped germanium photoconductor.

  • Track and Hold Data

    Analog Devices Inc.

    Track and hold amplifiers are used to expand the bandwidth and/or high-frequency linearity of high-speed A/D conversion and signal acquisition systems. Track and Hold Amplifiers can be used in various applications including RF ATE Applications, Digital Sampling Oscilloscopes, RF Demodulation Systems, Digital Receiver Systems, High Speed Peak Detectors, Software Defined Radio, Radar, ECM & ELINT Systems and High Speed DAC De-Glitching.

  • Dynamic X-Ray Detector

    Shad-o-Box HS - Teledyne DALSA

    The Shad-o-Box HS family of x-ray detectors are high-performance, high-resolution x-ray imaging devices designed for high speed digital radiography applications. Each model combines our x-ray sensor modules with appropriate readout electronics and a 14-bit digital interface for easy connection to a PC. The high-speed digital connection allows real-time imaging at frame rates up to 66 fps, while the state-of-the-art CMOS technology offers superb contrast, dynamic range, and resolution.

  • Earth Magnetometer

    EM2 - Alpha Lab, Inc.

    The Earth Magnetometer Model EM2 measures small variations from location to location in the Earth magnetic field associated with buried magnetic masses. Unlike metal detectors, a magnetometer signal is not attenuated by rock, dirt, mud or water, so targets can be detected at great depth. (If D is the diameter of a mass of magnetizable material, the EM2 can detect it as deep as 40 times the diameter D, whether the mass is specifically magnetized or not.) It is the lightest weight and lowest cost magnetometer available which can reliably measure differences down to 1 nT from point to point.

  • EBSD Detector

    Symmetry - Oxford Instruments plc

    Electron backscatter diffraction – is a powerful microanalysis technique that enables rigorous characterisation of the micro structural properties of crystalline materials. A high performance EBSD detector is critical for the effectiveness of the technique, influencing both speed and data quality. Symetry is Over 3000 indexed patterns per second (pps). Up to 30x faster than existing CCD-based detectors. Extreme sensitivity for low current and low kV analyses. Megapixel resolution for HR-EBSD applications. High resolution patterns (at least 156 x 128 pixels) at all speeds.

  • Electron Multipliers

    Hamamatsu Photonics K.K.

    Electron multipliers are mainly used as positive/negative ion detectors. They are also useful for detecting and measuring vacuum UV rays and soft X-rays. Hamamatsu electron multipliers have a high gain (multiplication factor) yet low dark current, allowingoperation in photon counting mode to detect and measure extremely small incoming particles and their energy. This means our Hamamatsu electron multipliers are ideal for electron spectroscopy and vacuum UV spectroscopy such as ESCA (electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis) and Auger electron spectroscopy as well as mass spectroscopy and field-ion microscopy.

  • Digital Solutions

    Dexter Research Center, Inc.

    Dexter's Digital Detectors and Temperature Sensor Modules (TSM's) are based on Dexter's superior silicon thermopile technology and incorporate an ASIC that provides a cost effective front end for reading out the detector output. The digital solutions include pre-amplification, A/D, multi-plexing and SMBus communications. Additionaly, the SMBus can accommodate communications with up to 100 digital products. Our digital solutions are housed in industry standard TO-5/TO-39 packages.

  • USB Powered SOURCE

    USB-S - Applied Electromagnetic Technology

    The USB SOURCE (USB-S) consists of a family of pocket-sized highly stable comb generator with a single comb frequency. Powered by an external standard USB connector. Individual units available with frequencies of 1.8 MHz, 10 MHz, 64 MHz, 100 MHz, 133 MHz and 200 MHz. Custom frequencies are available, consult AET Sales for this option. An option is available to pulse the comb signal on/off at a slow rate to allow testing of receiver quasi-static detectors. The pulsed mode works for any comb frequency selected.

  • Xineos Scanning

    Teledyne DALSA

    Teledyne DALSA's leadership in CMOS innovation lets our Xineos scanning products deliver three times more sensitivity and five times more signal-to-noise performance than other standard technologies at equal X-ray dose conditions. CMOS image detectors offer numerous advantages including the ability to record smaller image details with higher resolutions – allowing for the diagnostics of medical anomalies at earlier stages, and significantly increasing the probability of early intervention, patient recovery, and reduced treatment costs.

  • X-RAY PHOTODIODES

    AMS Technologies AG

    The large active area high speed detectors can be fully depleted to achieve the lowest possible junction capacitance for fast response times. They may be operated at a higher reverse voltage, up to the maximum allowable value, for achieving even faster response times in nano seconds. The high reverse bias at this point, increases the effective electric field across the junction, hence increasing the charge collection time in the depleted region. Note that this is achieved without the sacrifice for the high responsivity as well as active area.