id Quantique

id Quantique

id Quantique's product offering includes photon-counters for the visible and infrared regions of the optical spectrum, as well as short-pulse laser sources.

id Quantique's focus is to provide innovative and cost-effective solutions by leveraging the tremendous capabilities offered by Quantum Photonics. Based in Geneva, Switzerland the company's core Quantum Photonics technologies provide innovative solutions for industrial, commercial and research applications in medical/environmental instrumentation, quantum optics, aerospace and defense applications.

Diode Lasers and Systems (cw and pulsed)

id300 ps Laser Source

id300 ps Laser Source

id Quantique's id300 short-pulse laser source is an externally-triggered optical source that generates 300ps laser pulses at 1310nm and 1550nm. Used in combination with a variable optical attenuator, this source becomes an ideal and cost-effective single photon source.

InGaAs and Variant Detectors

id210 Near IR Photon Detector

id210 Near IR Photon Detector

The id210 near infrared, high speed, single photon counting detection system from ID Quantique brings a major breakthrough for single photon counting detection at telecom wavelengths (900 - 1700nm).

id220 Single Photon Counter

id220 Single Photon Counter

Now available with Multimode fiber input: id220 Free-running Near-Infrared Photon Counter. The id220 from ID Quantique is a free-running single photon detection module for the near infrared range 900 - 1700nm. The id220 is the first single-photon detection module built around an InGaAs/InP Negative Feedback avalanche photodiode. It provides a cost-effective solution for applications in which asynchronous photon detection is essential.

id230 NIR Single Photon Counter

id230 is free running single photon detector operating in NIR 900-1700nm and has best dark cout rate.

id400 1064nm Photon Counter

id400 1064nm Photon Counter

id Quantique's id400 is the world's first photon counter for 1064nm. With a detection efficiency of up to 30%, this versatile instrument is truly invaluable for low light detection in this range.

Silicon Detectors

id100 Single Photon Counter

id100 Single Photon Counter

id Quantique's id100 series offers compact and affordable single-photon counting modules with best-in-class timing resolution of 40ps and low dead time of 45ns.

id101 Mini OEM Photon Counter

id101 Mini OEM Photon Counter

id Quantiques id101 is intended for large-volume OEM applications, and is the smallest, most reliable and most efficient single photon detector on the market. Measuring only 8.3mm in diameter, this compact module offers timing resolution down to 40ps and ultra-low dead time of 45ns.

id110 VIS 100MHz Photon Detector

The ID110 brings a major breakthrough for single photon detection at visible wavelengths in demanding conditions.

id120 Vis Single Photon Detector

IDQ’s ID120 series consists of compact and affordable single-photon detector modules, based on reliable silicon avalanche photodiodes that are sensitive in the visible spectral range.

id150 8 Channel Photon Counter

id150 8 Channel Photon Counter

id Quantique's id150-1x8 is the only multichannel solid-state single photon detector on the market and consists of 8 in-line single photon avalanche diodes that can be accessed simultaneously for parallel processing.

Photon Counting Equipment

id350 PPLN Photon Pair Source

IDQ’s ID350 (Photon Pair Source) series consists of a packaged Periodically Poled Lithium Niobate (PPLN) crystal, designed to generate photon pairs at telecom wavelengths using spontaneous parametric down conversion (SPDC), where a single photon at 775nm generates a pair of photons at 1550nm.

id800 Time to Digital Converter

ID800-TDC

IDQs id800-TDC is an 8-channel time-to-digital converter. This system is used to transfer the time-tags of registered events with picoseconds precision and at high rates to a PC.

Spectroscopy Instrumentation

id800 Time to Digital Converter

ID800-TDC

IDQs id800-TDC is an 8-channel time-to-digital converter. This system is used to transfer the time-tags of registered events with picoseconds precision and at high rates to a PC.

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