Photek is a specialist manufacturer and global supplier of vacuum based tubes and camera systems for photon detection.

We manufacture Image Intensifiers, Solar Blind Detectors, Photomultipliers, Streak Tubes and a range of associated electronics and Camera Systems.

We have a comprehensive range of products for most photon detection applications and work with our customers to design bespoke solutions where these are required.

Photek has particular expertise in the design and manufacture of large area image intensifiers, ultra-fast photomultiplier tubes (PMTs), UV detectors and advanced photon counting camera systems.

Photek products support specialist applications in; Physics (high energy, particle, nuclear), defence industries (threat warning) , physical chemistry, bioluminescence, space science, material and biological inspection.

Please contact us to discuss your application in depth with our team of specialist engineers and scientists.

DPS1-5N: Digital High Voltage Power Supply

Key features include:  … read more

  • Single output adjustable High Voltage. Touch control display with large text
  • Output short circuit and flashover protected
  • Max Output Voltage-5kV. Max Output Current 500uA. Full Load Ripple 800mV
  • Voltage monitor display (1V Resolution) and Current monitor display (1uA Resolution)
  • Ramp up of output voltage for device safety - No sudden changes in voltage
  • Computer interface for remote operation or monitoring. System may be embedded in the users software suite.
  • 2 independent external interlock functions and 3 x fused low voltage outputs for related peripheral electronics

We are Best Partnership finalists at the KTP Best of the Best Awards 2014!

We have been selected as finalists in the Best Partnership category at the KTP Best of the Best Awards 2014, shortlisted from over 50 nominations for the £10,000 prize!

The Partnership between Photek, Prof Mike Ashfold at the University of Bristol and former KTP Associate Orla Kelly (now R&D Engineer at Photek) aimed to design state-of-the-art velocity map imaging (VMI) ion optics suitable for … read more