Photoreceiver

Sept. 1, 1996
The autobalancing Nirvana photoreceiver allows users to cancel out laser-intensity noise in setups that use a signal and reference beam. The detector`s 50-dB common-mode rejection ratio allows it to be used for shot-noise-limited measurements. Applications include spectroscopy, particle counting, bar-code scanning, and electro-optic sampling. The Model 2007 has a wavelength range from 400 to 1064 nm; Model 2017 has a range from 800 to 1700 nm.

Photoreceiver

The autobalancing Nirvana photoreceiver allows users to cancel out laser-intensity noise in setups that use a signal and reference beam. The detector`s 50-dB common-mode rejection ratio allows it to be used for shot-noise-limited measurements. Applications include spectroscopy, particle counting, bar-code scanning, and electro-optic sampling. The Model 2007 has a wavelength range from 400 to 1064 nm; Model 2017 has a range from 800 to 1700 nm.

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