Photonis is a key partner for researchers in experimental physics. We are one of the global leaders offering a very wide range of detectors for charged and neutral particles. Our photo-sensors cover a large part of the spectrum with custom adapted high sensitivities and resolution parameters that can help solve challenging problems for your specific research project. We offer sensors and detectors for almost all physics and analytical research, both for detection and imaging applications, measuring electrons & ions, neutrons & gammas, Cherenkov photons, fluorescence and scintillation light, and laser & plasma emission, for example.
For decades, Photonis has been an essential development partner in providing innovative solutions for space applications. Photonis' support of the exploration missions in space is unparalleled. We have partnered with industry leaders, researchers and space agencies around the world to create innovative custom solutions to focus or collimate X-rays, identify compositions of asteroids and planetary atmospheres, observe behaviours of weather, solar winds and auroras, categorise solar flares and discover distant planets, gamma ray bursts, black holes, and galaxies.
Photonis holds a number of patents for our innovative approach to improving ion transport. Our Resistive Glass products preferentially attract charged particles, allowing them to be used as reflectron lenses, collision cells, capillary inlet tubes, drift cells or ion guides.
The amplification of charged particles in research can provide a larger sample size in order to better validate the results of testing or experiments. Photonis provides single channel electron multipliers, microchannel plates, and a wide range of MCP-based photon detectors.
LIDAR is used as a method for measuring the distance to a target using pulsed laser light and measuring these pulses with a sensor. These sensors must have a very fast response and small pulse width in order to be as efficient as possible.
A linear accelerator is a device that accelerates charged particles in a straight line by hitting them with successive impulses from series of electric fields. Linear accelerators will accelerate charged particles to incredibly high speed.
Vacuum tube technologies provide reliable, long-lasting and steady RF frequency generation that can be used in research and defence applications. Photonis offers proven products capable of RF generation across a range of frequencies.