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Wideband and Selective UV Sensors

Description

Firs time developed new generation semiconductor wideband and selective UV sensors based on wideband gap compounds А2В6 for usage as initial UV radiation converters in industrial and domestic radiometers-dosimeters. Without special filters sensor sensitivity concentrated only in UV-A, UV-A+B and UV-A+B+C spectral ranges and operational parameters correspond modern world achievements.

Wideband and Selective UV Sensors

Innovative Aspect and Main Advantages

  • insensitivity to visible and infrared ligth (unlike conventional semiconductor photosensors);
  • absence of special optical filters for UV sensitivity correction;
  • large active areas, high parameters and reasonable cost.


Areas of Application

Environment monitoring (to control „ozone holes” and pollution analysis), implementation of obstacles-resistant UVlocation (observing objects on the blue sky background), industry (fire security devices, automatizations systems of steam and water heating boilers on TPP), medicine, biotechnology, domestic techniques, detection, power measurement and dosimetry of UV radiation and its separate biologically active regions. Medical, biological and ecological instrument engineering, spectrophotometry, calorimetry, flame detection, etc.

Stage of Development

Pilot samples.

Contact Details

Contact person: S.Y. Pavelec
V. Lashkaryov Institute of Semiconductors Physics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Address: 41, Prospect Nauki, 03028, Kiev, Ukraine
(+38 044) 525-61-52,
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