Superconducting Nanowire Single-Photon Detectors

IDQ 281 (Reserve it!)

IDQ281

Key features:

  • Long-term reliable and stable performances
  • High system detection efficiency: up to 90%
  • Low dark count rate (as low as 1 Hz)
  • Short recovery time and latch-free operation, even at high count rates
  • Low jitter (as low at 20 ps)
  • Automated standalone 0.8 K cryostat
  • Integrated control, discrimination, and time-tagging electronics

Possible applications:

  • QKD and quantum communication
  • Quantum optics and computing
  • Single-photon source characterization
  • Fluorescence lifetime measurements
  • Failure analysis of integrated circuits
  • VIS, NIR, and MIR spectroscopy

Selected specs:

  • Four (two visible, two near-IR)¬†standard broadband (covers 400nm to 2um) efficiency detectors:
    • >80% from 1310 to 1550 nm
    • >80% from 780 to 950 nm
    • >80% from 950 to 1064 nm
  • Standard low dark count rate (DCR):
    • < 100 Hz (1310 to 1550 nm)
    • < 5 Hz (950 to 1064 nm)
    • < 1 Hz (780 to 950 nm)
  • Two 3 um to 6 um detectors: 50% efficiency (collaborate with NIST)

  • Up to 16 channels in a single cryostat with cryogenic pre-amplifiers

  • 0.8 K base temperature with 5 mK stability

  • Software controlled cryostat operation

  • Fully automated operation by software

  • Low maintenance

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ID900

  • Time-tagging and real-time histogram display
  • Internal FPGA-based processing (coincidence, conditional outputs, etc)
  • Delay generation with multi-hit capability
  • Pattern generation
  • High-speed (1 GHz) counters
  • Precise discriminators (-2 V to 2 V in 1 mV steps)
  • 4 input channels
  • 4 output channels (NIM or LVTTL)
  • High timing resolution: 8 ps RMS (20 ps FWHM) and 13 ps bin width

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