Wednesday, January 16, 2008

SensL Announces Photomultiplier Array

I missed this news at the time. In December 2007 SensL announced its Position Sensitive Silicon Photomultiplier Array (SPMArray). The SPMArray is claimed to be the first commercially available, solid-state, large array detector based on silicon photomultiplier technology.

The standard version has 16 channels (each 3mm x 3mm) and a total area of 1.3cm x 1.3cm and can be customized upon request. The device is sensitive to visible light in the range of 400nm to 850nm. It can be interesting for applications such as PET, Gamma Camera, and Radiation Detection for medical and security purposes and to those working with fluorescence applications requiring very sensitive detector arrays.

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