With minimum noise equivalent powers of 3.0 pW / √ Hz and 1.4 pW / √ Hz for the visible and infrared versions of the DPD80, it has lowest in class noise floor.
The DPD80 can continuously stream data to your computer at a sample rate of 80 megasamples / second using USB 3.1. This digital connection from photodetector to computer simplifies experimental setups, eliminates added noise that can be picked up in BNC cables, and powers the device so that it doesn't require a seperate power supply.
Our touch-screen compatable user interface allows you to view the incoming data in either the time domain or the frequency domain, eliminating the need for an external oscilloscope, spectrum analyzer or analog to digital converter to view your optical signal. Our UI allow you to apply filters to the data, save and much more. We also support Python on MATLAB so that you can automate your data taking with ease.
|Minimum NEP||3.0 pW / √ Hz||1.4 pW/ √ Hz|
|Saturation Power||74 - 290 μW †||37 - 148 μW †|
|Spectral Sensitity||500-950 nm||900-1630 nm|
|Data & Power Connector||USB 3.1 Type C|
|Dimensions||60 mm x 51 mm x 21 mm|
|Coupling||Free Space or Fiber Coupled|
|Analog Output Bandwidth||100 MHz|
|Digital Sampling||80 MSPS, 14 bit|
|PC Requirements||USB 3.0 port, Windows 7 or later|
† Depends on gain setting