Photodiodes

Register and detect electron, X-ray and photon energy 

Semiconductor detectors are the most utilized optical detectors today. Silicon-based detectors are used for measuring light wavelengths ranging from deep UV and visible to Near-IR and commonly known as Photodiodes.   

Nanor offers Photodiodes suitable for high sensitivity and high speed within a specified spectral region. Especially developed detectors can even detect high energy radiation such as deep UV, electrons, and X-ray.

We are here to assist you in finding the most suitable detector to meet your needs!

Features

  • Light wavelength range between 0.01 – 1 100 nm 
  • Dimensions from 0.1 mm up to tens mm, round or rectangular shapes
  • Packaging options such as SMD, TO-cans and custom board or bare chip
  • Customization options built-in amplifier, multi-pixel, and optical interface 

Field of use

Photodiodes are found in general purpose applications such as transportation, smart devices, medical equipment, housing, automation, construction, and food industry. They are also integrated into more advanced applications such as avionics, astronomy, and ophthalmology which require highest sensitivity and extreme fast response times. 

Product types

Below you can find more information about the different Photodiode types we offer.

UV, X-Ray & Electron Detectors

Technical Information

  • Wavelengths – from 0.0124 nm
  • Detects Energy – from 100eV to 50 keV
  • Active area – from 0.0008 mm^2
  • Enhanced – low noise and capacitance

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Single Element Photodiode
Single Element Photodiode
Multi Element Photodiode
Multi Element Photodiode
Silicon Photodiode
Silicon Photodiode

Visible Light Photodiodes

Technical Information

  • Wavelengths – from 190 nm
  • Active area – from 1 mm^2
  • Enhanched – UV, red or blue light
  • Multi-pixel – segmented and arrays

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We offer a large variety of silicon photodiodes devices featuring low dark current and low capaitance for the visible spectrum. As always you either have the option of a standard high-quality photodiode or the possibility for custom adaption.

Single Element Photodiode
Single Element Photodiode
Multi Element Photodiode
Multi Element Photodiode
Silicon Photodiode
Silicon Photodiode

Near-Infrared Photodiodes

Technical Information

  • Wavelengths – from 630 nm
  • Active area – from 0.36 mm^2
  • Enhanced – low noise and capacitance
  • SMD – for rugged outdoor applications

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Downloads
Glossary

Documentation

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Single Element Photodiode
Single Element Photodiode
Multi Element Photodiode
Multi Element Photodiode
Silicon Photodiode
Silicon Photodiode
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