• LEPTON PREAMP WITH USB OUTPUT

    Low noise preamplifier block for single element LEPTON DETECTOR with analog and digital outputs (USB interface)

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  • Available geometries

    1 mm x 1 mm, 2 mm x 2 mm

  • Detector biasing voltage

    Adjustable by software (1.25 V; 2.50 V; 5 V; 10 V)

  • Transimpedance gain

    Adjustable by software (10^4, 10^5, 10^6 y 10^7 V/A)

  • Dark current cancellation

    Automatic by software / Manual (1.24 uA – 1 mA)

  • Power

    5 V power supply (mini-USB connector)

  • Output

    Digital and analog (SMA)

  • Software

    Included (acquisition and visualization)

LEPTON PREAMP WITH USB OUTPUT

  • Low noise preamplifier block for single element LEPTON DETECTOR with analog and digital outputs (USB interface)

Applications

  • Gas and flame detection
  • Laser detection

 

Specifications

  • Readout channels: 1
  • Detection band: MWIR (1.0 – 5.0 microns)
  • Detector gain: Selectable, 4 valuees (10^4, 10^5, 10^6, 10^7 V/A)
  • Analog output:
    – DC coupling
    – BNC connector
    – Output: +/-10 V, +/-10 mA
  • Noise: 5 pA @ 1 kHz, 10^7 V/A
  • Software: Included (LEPTON DIGITAL AMPLIFIER SW SUITE)
  • Detector included: LEPTON DETECTOR 1x1mm2 o 2x2mm2 (uncooled)
  • Detector biasing voltage (Vbias): Selectable, 4 values (1.25, 2.50, 5.00, 10.00 Voltios)
  • Rdark cancellation: Selectable, 11 values (range 10 kOhm – 1.01 MOhm)
  • Digital output:
    – USB 2.0 mini B connection
    – ADC resolution: 14 bits
    – Sampling rate: 20,000 samples per second (max)
  • Power supply:
    – 5 VDC
    – Maximum current: 60 mA
    – Connector: USB mini B
    – Isolation voltage: 1000 VDC
  • Dimensions (LxWxH, mm):
    89.30 x 35.10 x 26.30

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