PD - VIS - Series

Features

  • High (fixed) gain: typ. 16kV/A
  • Options for horizontal or vertical mounting
  • Imperial (8-32) and metric (M4) mounting option
  • Slim and compact design
  • Compatible with ADU driver
  • Internal SM05 (0.535"-40) threading compatible with standard THORLABS components

Typical Applications

  • Analytical equipment
  • Optical measurement equipment
  • High-speed photometry
PD - VIS
PD1000-VIS
Photodiode (Hamamatsu) S5973-02
Sensitive area (mm) Ø 0.4
Optimal spectral range (nm) 320 - 600
Peak response (A/W) 0.52 @ 760nm
Bandwidth (MHz) 0.1 - 1000
Output impedance 50 Ω
Amplifier gain (kV/A) 16
Noise equivalent power NEP 1.9fW/√Hz
Supply voltage 12V
Max. laser power < 100μW
RF saturation level 10 dBm
Size (mm³) 40 x 40 x 20
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DC voltage monitor

  • For easy alignment
  • Gain: 10kV/W
  • Max. output voltage: 10V
  • Connector: SMA / 50Ω

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Additional information about the company:

Since 2008 QUBIG GmbH develops and manufactures world-class Electro-Optic Modulators (EOM)
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