Single-channel detectors for medical diagnostics by Cal Sensors

SCD-Si single-channel detectors from Cal Sensors

The SCD-Si single-channel detectors from Cal Sensors (Santa Rosa, CA) for medical diagnostic applications feature antireflection silicon windows to block unwanted radiation below 1.2 µm; therefore, they perform in the infrared (IR) spectrum from 1.2 to 5.5 µm. They are available in lead sulfide (PbS) or lead selenide (PbSe) material, 2 × 2 or 3 × 3 mm active area sizes, and ambient or cooled configurations. Additional uses include environmental gas analysis and thermal imaging.

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