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Back-illuminated type infrared detector with band-pass filter

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The P16849-012CF is an advanced infrared detector with a back-illuminated structure that improves the sensitivity temperature coefficient compared to the front-illuminated type. It can detect two wavelengths using InAsSb photovoltaic detectors and has band-pass filters with center wavelengths of 3.9 μm and 4.26 μm, ideal for gas measurement.

This small detector comes in a surface-mount ceramic package that is compatible with lead-free solder reflow. With high sensitivity, high-speed response, and high shunt resistance, it can be used for various applications. It is also environmentally friendly as it does not contain lead, mercury, or cadmium, substances restricted by the RoHS directive.

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Hamamatsu Photonics Europe GmbH

Arzbergerstraße 10, 82211 Herrsching, Germany

+49 8152 375 0

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HAMAMATSU PHOTONICS is a leading manufacturer of customized opto-electronic components and systems.

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