Laser Pulse Parameter Measurement with Biased Photodetectors
Pulse width is an important parameter of the pulsed laser. The measurement result is an important factor affecting the single pulse energy. At present, biased photoelectric detectors are commonly used in industrial production and scientific research to test the pulse width, convert optical signals into electrical signals, and read the waveforms and related parameters through an oscilloscope.
CNI Optoelectronics Tech offers free-space biased photodetectors for monitoring ultra-fast pulsed lasers and measuring their pulse width, rise time, repetition frequency, period, and other parameters. For detecting high speed signals, a 50 Ω load resistor is also recommended.
Features of CNI’s Biased Photodetector include:
- Wavelength range: 200-1100 nm
- Rise time: 1 ns
- Equipped with built-in 12 V bias battery
- Ultra-compact design (can be used for measurement in narrow spaces)
- Fiber coupling via SM1 optical adapter
To request more information or a quotation for CNI Optoelectronics products, contact IL Photonics.