Laser Components USA Inc.

Bedford,  NH 
United States
http://www.laser-components.com
  • Booth: 419


Manufacturer/distributor of custom optoelectronic components

Serving infrared instrumentation, optronic equipment, and laser measurement manufacturers with standard and custom-made IR detectors (InGaAs, xInGaAs, PbS, PbSe, pyroelectric), APDs (Si and InGaAs), APD-receivers, and PLDs (905 and 1550 nm). Applications include gas analysis, flame detection, pyrometry, moisture detection, optical sorting, spectroscopy, photon counting, laser range finding, speed measurement, LiDAR, and security scanners.

Brands: Single photon COUNT modules, QuickSwitch Pulsed Laser Diodes, FLEXPOINT laser modules, LASER COMPONENTS


 Show Specials

  • Detector for Flash LiDAR systems

    Conventional LiDAR scanners use a failure-prone mechanism with rotating mirrors. Flash LiDAR technology, however, uses highly-sensitive 2D single-photon avalanche diode (SPAD) arrays. With a resolution of 2 x 192 pixels and noise < 50 cps, these components are around 106 (one million) times more sensitive than the photodiodes integrated in smartphones, for example.

    Unlike classic LiDAR, the arrays do not detect just one point; each individual pixel provides information on the position. In addition, the sensor and evaluation electronics have been mounted on the same chip for the first time. This makes this new development particularly space saving. For example, car manufacturers could install it behind windshields or headlights.


 Products

  • High-Resolution SPAD Arrays for Flash LiDAR
    192x2 pixel solid-state CMOS SPAD sensor with background light suppression and noise < 30 cps for flash lidar applications....

  • Detector for Flash LiDAR systems

    Conventional LiDAR scanners use a failure-prone mechanism with rotating mirrors. Flash LiDAR technology, however, uses highly-sensitive 2D single-photon avalanche diode (SPAD) arrays. With a resolution of 2 x 192 pixels and noise < 50 cps, these components are around 106 (one million) times more sensitive than the photodiodes integrated in smartphones, for example.

    Unlike classic LiDAR, the arrays do not detect just one point; each individual pixel provides information on the position. In addition, the sensor and evaluation electronics have been mounted on the same chip for the first time. This makes this new development particularly space saving. For example, car manufacturers could install it behind windshields or headlights.

    More on: https://www.lasercomponents.com/us/product/flash-lidar-sensor/


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