PicoQuant, a world leading company in photonics research solutions, is proud to announce the launch of its latest innovation, the PicoHarp 330 event timer & TCSPC unit. This state-of-the-art device sets a new standard in timing precision and ease of use, catering to the requirements of scientific researchers and professionals in photonics and related disciplines.
The PicoHarp 330 incorporates an impressive array of features that make it the go-to choice for cutting-edge photonics research. This plug-and-play event timer includes an intuitive software package, facilitating rapid deployment for researchers. Offering an extraordinary timing precision of 2 picoseconds RMS for single-channel measurements and 3 picoseconds RMS between channels, the PicoHarp 330 delivers unparalleled accuracy in time-tagging photon events. Researchers can select their preferred trigger method, making the PicoHarp 330 compatible with a wide range of single photon detectors, enhancing its adaptability. The device features outstanding data throughput via a USB 3.0 interface, accommodating count rates of up to 85 million counts per second. This feature ensures meticulous data acquisition without missing crucial details.
The PicoHarp 330 exhibits both compact dimensions and robust construction, embodying the highest quality standards. It is backed by a unique 5-year limited warranty, underscoring PicoQuant’s commitment to reliability and sustainability. The PicoHarp 330 is set to revolutionize photonics research by offering an unprecedented blend of precision, versatility, and user-friendliness. Researchers and professionals can now explore new avenues, unlock fresh possibilities, and gain deeper insights into the intriguing realm of photonics.
Product manager Dr. Florian Weigert and application specialist Dr. Torsten Langer will present the PicoHarp 330 at the Europeean Quantum Technologies Conference (EQTC) in Hannover, Germany, from October 16-20. They will also showcase the device at the Photonics West conference in San Francisco, USA, from January 30 to February 1, 2024.