Photomultipliers, Systems and Housings

Our comprehensive range of Photomultiplierss are ideally suited to photon counting applications, such as Time correlated, Steady state and gated Photon counting complement. For TCSPC applications we offer Becker & Hickl's PMC-100 cooled high speed photomultipliers which is a complete PMT detector head with integrated peltier cooling. For multi-channel single photon counting Becker & Hickl offer the PML-16 16 channel photomultiplier. If your requirement is for a high dynamic range detector designed for both analog & photon counting measurements then Licel's photomultiplier module is the system of choice. This photomultiplier module is designed to fit the special needs of the Lidar community but is equally well suited for applications such as fluorescence detection and other spectroscopy applications.

Photomultipliers, Systems and Housings - products

HPM-100 Series High Speed Hybrid Detectors

High Speed Hybrid Detectors

New Hybrid detectors for TCSPC measurements from Becker and Hickl. Available with either a GaAsP cathode or a GaAs cathode for increased NIR sensitivity and an instrument response function of less than 20ps with clean response, no tails or secondary peaks and low afterpulsing probability,.

PMC-100 Universal TCSPC Detector

PMC-100 Cooled PMT Module

PMC-100 from Becker & Hickl is a cooled high speed PMT detector head for photon counting. Ideal for TCSPC systems operated with DCC-100.

PML-16-C 16 channel photomultiplier head

PML-16 16 channel PMT module

PML-16 from Becker & Hickl is a 16 channel photomultiplier head for bh Time Correlated Single Photon Counting (TCSPC) modules.

Multispectral LIDAR Detector

Multispectral LIDAR Detector

The Licel Multispectral Lidar detector features a 32 element photocathode and a 32 element single photon counting system, allowing simultaneous detection of multiple spectrometer wavelengths.

Photomultiplier module

Photomultiplier module

Licel high dynamic range detectors are designed for analog & photon counting measurements. This new photomultiplier module based on a Hamamatsu Mini-PMT is designed to fit the special needs of the Lidar community.

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