Deep-cooled CCD camera

 

Horiba Scientific have added the Syncerity VUV to their family of deep-cooled scientific CCD cameras. It is sensitive in the far ultraviolet, with 58% quantum efficiency at 120 nm without an anti-reflective coating. It is available in a standard format of 2048 × 70 pixels, with special formats of 2048 × 256, 2048 × 512 and 1024 × 128 as options. The Syncerity can be deep TE-cooled to –50°C or to –30°C with N2 purge, and offers low dark current and low noise. The TE-cooled CCD vacuum camera version includes a Viton-sealed flange for compatibility with high vacuum chambers. The CCDs can be supplied with an anti-reflective coating for 115–200 nm or without the coating for 135–1100 nm. The camera can also come with or without a magnesium fluoride window.

Horiba Scientific

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