NIR PixelSensor Evaluation Kit
PixelSensor™ multispectral sensors use exclusive on-chip filtering to pack up to 8 wavelength-selective photodiodes into a compact 9 x 9 mm array format for simpler and smaller optical devices. One PixelSensor™ replaces multiple components, helping OEMs shrink multi-wavelength instruments for applications including in vitro diagnostics, biochemical assays, and colorimetry applications. The unique, wafer-level optical filters split the spectrum into 8 discrete color bands and suppress out-of-band background light, improving contrast and sensitivity. Customized OEM versions are available with user-defined spectral bands. With narrowband VIS-NIR selectivity, the sensor arrays are soldered onto an OEM electronics board.
The OEM electronics board is designed for easy integration into customers’ analytical equipment and provides a smaller footprint (45.72 x 21.34 mm) and faster time-to-market than traditional sensor technology, offering a cost-effective solution. The parallel channel design results in no moving parts and faster measurements than discrete optics designs and spectrometers. Designed for low noise and fast response time, the 20-pin LCC package can be surface or socket mounted. The PixelSensor™ OEM electronics board and accessories and simple-to-use software interface provide designers with tools for rapid prototyping and development – to help quickly move your device from concept to scalable production.
Contact us for more information on volume pricing, custom configurations, and purchasing the OEM board as a standalone unit.
The PixelSensor™ Evaluation Kit includes:
- 8 channel PixelSensor
- ADC electronics with USB interface
- PixelSensor Windows User Interface software on memory stick
- Optical interface housing
- Integrated lightguide
- Adapter for SM05 lens
- Adapter for fiber to SMA fitting
- Fiber to SMA adapter fitting
- Biomedical instrumentation
- Color meters & monitors
- Industrial sorting & sensing
- Portable optical sensors
- OEM multispectral devices
- Solar radiation (PAR)