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The SR430 is the first multichannel scaler which combines amplifiers, discriminators, bin clocks, and data analysis in a single, integrated instrument. With its many features and its easy-to-use menu driven interface, the SR430 simplifies time-resolved photon counting experiments.
The PicoHarp 300 is a high-end, easy-to-use, plug and play Time-Correlated Single Photon Counting (TCSPC) system. It is connected to a PC through an USB 2.0 high speed interface. A new design approach provides identical and synchronized but independent input channels.
The τ-SPAD photon counting module combines Laser Components' ultra-low noise VLoK silicon avalanche photodiode with specially developed quenching electronics from PicoQuant (patent pending). It features an extremely high photon detection efficiency of 75 % at 670 nm and can be used to detect single photons over the 400 nm to 1100 nm wavelength range
The HydraHarp 400 is a high-end, easy-to-use, plug and play Time Interval Analyzer (TIA) and Time-Correlated Single Photon Counting (TCSPC) system with scalability for multiple channels.
sensL’s PCDMini Photon Counting Device is the first miniature photon counting system on the market and features sensL’s new quenching architecture with snap-on boards for enhanced functionality.
The High Resolution Photon Counting System (HRPCS) is a true single photon counting camera system which offers the unique ability to capture and integrate an image in real time.
The SR400 Dual-Channel Gated Photon Counter offers a convenient, integrated approach to photon counting that avoids the complexity and expense of older counting systems.
Silicon photon detection is possible at telecom wavelengths using the ID210. The performance of this model in high-speed gating at external or internal frequencies up to 100 MHz is far above the performance of existing detectors and its predecessor the ID200 – ID 201, which is used by researchers worldwide since it was initially launched in 2002.