AUREA lunch the first all-in-one time-resolved NIR single photon counter at Photonics West 2012

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AUREA Technology is launching at Photonics West 2012, the newly design SPD_AT, the first all-in-one" high-performance NIR time-resolved single photon counting module for Time Correlated Single Photon Counting (TCSPC) applications.

The SPD_AT is an ultra-low-noise, high quantum efficiency and low timing jitter near infrared [900 - 1700 nm] single photon counter with 50 ps timing correlation feature. The SPD_AT includes a Geiger-mode InGaAs avalanche photodiode and thermoelectric coolers that ensure high detection efficiency up to 25 per cent, a very low dark count rate <5.10-6 per ns gate, and a low timing jitter <180ps.

The SPD_AT is a very compact 'all-in-one' TCSPC single photon counter. It comes with its easy-to-use and ergonomic GUI compatible with LabView and C++. A dual version, the SDP_AT_M2, with two photon detectors is also available. The SPD_AT time-resolved single photon counter family is suitable for use in fluorescence lifetime, photoluminescence, spectroscopy and time correlated single photon counting applications.

About AUREA Technology

AUREA Technology provides superior optical instruments, such as NIR single photon counters, that enable scientists and engineers to achieve outstanding results and remain at the cutting edge of their field. AUREA Technology works closely with its clients and partners around the globe to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow in the optical communications, biomedical, life sciences, nanotechnology and semi-conductors industries.
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