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  • Digital Light Source
Dec 2008
Gamma ScientificRequest Info
SAN DIEGO, Dec. 2, 2008 – Gamma Scientific has introduced the RS-5-93K digital light source for testing, calibration and controlled illumination applications.

Gamma-Scientific-Digital-Li.jpgThe system offers users focal plane array testing with high resolution digital brightness control that provides near perfect linearity and uniformity, according to the company. It delivers a light level setting to 1 part in 65,525, provided in absolute, NIST-traceable, radiometric and/or photometric units.

It features a linearity deviation of < 0.25% RMS and offers a spectral distribution range, including the UV into the near-infrared, RGB and broadband white. It also offers zero down-time, millisecond-speed light intensity changes and high output stability. It can be integrated easily into new or existing test systems and it offers simple commands and computer controls.

Ideal for use in a production-line testing application of CMOS image sensors, it can be mounted on to the Agilent 93000 image sensor tester. It is also suitable for both evaluating image sensors in the wafer stage and testing individual sensors after wafers are diced into single components.

For more information, visit:

Gamma Scientific
8581 Aero Drive
San Diego, CA 92123
Phone: (858) 279-8034
Fax: (858) 576-9286


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