Photomultiplier array is sensitive

Position-sensitive, multianode, silicon photomultiplier array (SPMArray) is a solid-state, large-array detector based on silicon photomultiplier technology. The device is sensitive to visible light in the 400- to 850-nm range, and it is suited to applications requiring direct light detection at these wavelengths or for radiation detection via scintillators. It is mounted in a low-profile housing and includes a Molex board-to-board connector.

Feb 22nd, 2008

Position-sensitive, multianode, silicon photomultiplier array (SPMArray) is a solid-state, large-array detector based on silicon photomultiplier technology. The device is sensitive to visible light in the 400- to 850-nm range, and it is suited to applications requiring direct light detection at these wavelengths or for radiation detection via scintillators. It is mounted in a low-profile housing and includes a Molex board-to-board connector through which the output signal of each pixel is addressed separately. The module can be supplied with appropriate interface/preamplifier electronics for each analog channel and a power supply.
SensL
Mountain View, CA, USA
www.sensl.com

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