Balanced receiver for OCT by Exalos

Exalos EBR370000 balanced receivers

The EBR370000 balanced receivers from Exalos (Zürich, Switzerland) cover wavelength ranges from 400 to 1600 nm to support applications like optical coherence tomography (OCT), which requires high signal-to-noise performance. The receivers' bandwidth is continuously adjustable from 60 to 380 MHz. Features include a high common-mode rejection ratio, electronically switchable gain, two monitor outputs (DC-400 kHz), and a 5 V power supply.

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New Ultra-Low-Noise Balanced Receiver with the EXALOS EBR370000 Series

Zürich, Switzerland, April 15th, 2012 – EXALOS AG has introduced its new EBR370000 series of balanced receivers.  The balanced receiver family covers wavelength ranges from 400nm up to 1600nm.  The EXALOS Balanced Receiver (EBR) is engineered to support challenging applications such as Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) where high signal-to-noise performance is critical.  The EBR370000 devices achieve the lowest noise performance of balanced receivers in this bandwidth region.  These receivers feature a compact design and a single 5V supply voltage for OEM applications and allow for electrically switching the gain or for continuously adjusting the bandwidth.

Key Features:

    * Continuously adjustable bandwidth from
      60 MHz to 380 MHz
    * Ultra-low noise (best performance in the market)
    * High common-mode rejection ratio
    * Electronically switchable gain (high/low gain selection via TTL signals)
    * Two monitor outputs (DC-400 kHz)
    * Wavelength range coverage from 400 nm to
      1600 nm
    * AC- or DC-coupled versions available
    * Compact OEM form factor
    * Single +5V power supply


    * Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
    * Optical Delay Measurements
    * Spectroscopy
    * Heterodyne Detection

For more information about our products please visit our website at or contact us

Americas & Asia                                                           
Gene Covell                                                                   
Ph: +1 215 669-4488                                                        

Bernd Nestmeier
Ph: +41 43 444 6584


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