Hamamatsu Photonics’ PMA-12 C10027-01 is a compact spectral measurement system that couples an optical detector and a spectrometer into a single unit. Due to the high sensitivity, spectra can easily be acquired in numerous applications, simply by moving the optical fiber near the sample without the need to connect to an exclusive light collection system.

The photo-detector and spectrometer are built with high machine accuracy, making the PMA-12 stable and enabling it to be used for extended periods. The wavelength axis and spectral response features are factory-calibrated, so spectral measurements can be performed in an accurate and effortless manner.

The C10027-01 spectral measurement system is an ultrahigh sensitivity model (200–950 nm).


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Type number C10027-01
Photodetector BT-CCD linear image sensor
Wavelength 200 nm to 950 nm
Number of photosensitive device channels 1024 ch
Pixel size 24 μm to 2928 μm
Device cooling temperature -15 ℃
Readout noise 16 electrons
Dark current 75 electrons/scan (-15 ℃: 20 ms)
Exposure time 19 ms to 64 s
AD resolution 16 bit
Spectrometer Czerny-Turner type
F value 4
Wavelength resolution <2 nm
Fiber receiving area φ1 mm
Fiber type Bundled fiber φ12 mm SUS tube
Fiber length 1.5 m
External trigger input TTL level/High impedance
Interface USB 2.0
Power supply AC 100 V to AC 240 V, 50 Hz / 60 Hz (Power supply voltage variation ±10%)


Confirmed with mercury and argon atomic beams.
A 1.5 m cable is included as standard.

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