The SPD2200 integrates advanced optical and electrical systems, coupled with the extensive experience of OptoFire in sensor testing and analysis. It provides a comprehensive and user-friendly software control interface and analysis functions. By utilizing the SPD2200, you can save time and costs associated with system setup while reducing uncertainties in test results. This accelerates product development cycles and enhances competitiveness.
The SPD2200, a novel characterization device for single photon detectors, offers the advantage of direct integration of optical and electrical systems, resulting in a compact form factor. It can be rapidly deployed on the production lines of original manufacturers, and the synergy between software and hardware effectively reduces RD costs during SPAD development. Furthermore, it significantly minimizes uncertainties in test results, leading to improved yields. In the competitive race among various manufacturers to develop SPAD chips for LiDAR applications, the SPD2200 has become a critical research instrument.
The Dark Count vs. Bias Voltage graph
The PDE (Photon Detection Efficiency) spectrum of an SPAD (Single-Photon Avalanche Diode) at different voltages
The relationship between SPAD (Single-Photon Avalanche Diode) dark count and breakdown voltage
SPAD jitter measurement
Differences between SPD2200 integration and researchers' self-assembled measurement setups
The SPD2200 from PhotonFire Technology integrates all the necessary hardware and software for measurements into an all-in-one device. In comparison to the traditional approach where researchers manually assemble measurement setups on an optical table, the SPD2200 offers improved spatial utilization. It provides better protection for high-precision measurement equipment components, resulting in more accurate measurements.
By consolidating all the required components into a single integrated device, the SPD2200 optimizes the use of space and ensures a more efficient and streamlined measurement process. This integrated design also enhances the overall precision of the measurements conducted.