AUREA Technology launches LynXéa its new TCSPC module at Photonics West 2013 - booth # 1123
February 05, 2013
San Francisco, Feb. 5, 2013—AUREA Technology launches LynXéa its new Time-Correlated Single Photon Counting TCSPC
module at Photonics West 2013 at booth # 1123. The LynXéa is a new high-performance and stand-alone TCSPC solution ideal for
lifetime and time-resolved measurements of any low-level-of-light and fast events in the near infrared. By combining the
“world-class” low-level-of-light SPD_A_M2 Single Photon Counter and the TCSPC technique, the LynXéa provides fast, accurate
and sensitive lifetime and time-resolved measurements ranging from 0 to 250 ns at up to 0.4 million counts/sec and with a time
resolution of 90 ps.
The LynXéa fully integrated in the same box, two independent and identical high-photon-detection-efficiency Geiger-mode InGaAs
avalanche photodiodes with a Time to Digital Converter. Thus, it does not require any external computer plug-in counting cards.
In addition to its elegant and ergonomic front panel display, the LynXéa provides plug-and-play Personal Computer connection
via its high-speed USB 2.0 interface. It is controlled by its user-friendly graphical user interface software, which enables
the measurement parameters set up and adjustment, and also the display and saving of the measurements curves, histograms and data.
About AUREA Technology
AUREA Technology designs and manufactures a new generation of high-performance and easy-to-use Single Photon Counting modules
that enable worldwide scientists and engineers to measure very-low-light-level down to a single photon. This superior photon
detection allows them to achieve outstanding results, and remain at the cutting edge of their field. AUREA Technology works
closely with its scientific and industrial customers to meet the photon counting challenges of today and tomorrow in the
biotechnology, nanotechnology, life sciences, optical networking, bio-medical, chemistry, environmental and aeronautics industries.
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