Compare Model Drawings, CAD & Specs Wavelength Range Availability Price
Fiber-Optic Receiver, 320-1000 nm Silicon Detector, 30 kHz to 1 GHz, FC/PC
In Stock
320-1000 nm
In Stock
Fiber-Optic Receiver, 900-1700 nm InGaAs Detector, 30 kHz to 1 GHz, FC/PC
2 Weeks
900-1700 nm
2 Weeks



Silicon or InGaAs Versions

Silicon models provide wavelength coverage from 320-1000 nm and InGaAs models provide coverage from 900-1700 nm.

High Transimpedance Gain and Low Noise

Because of their high transimpedance gain and low noise-equivalent power (NEP), they offer the best in sensitivity for signals with rise and fall times as short as 0.5 ns. This high sensitivity, combined with their high-level output, reduces the effects of downstream noise sources.

Typical frequency response of the 1601-AC (blue) and the 1611-AC (black).

AC Coupled

These photoreceivers are AC-coupled with a low-frequency roll-off at 30 kHz. A convenient DC-photocurrent monitor output makes alignment easy. The monitor output has a 20-kHz bandwidth and a transimpedance gain of 10 V/mA.

RF Shielding

Careful RF shielding and filtering of power-supply inputs eliminate electromagnetic interference, even in laboratories with Q-switched lasers and other noisy equipment.