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SPECTROSCOPY SENSOR

Photonics Spectra
Mar 2007
Princeton InstrumentsRequest Info
 
Princeton Instruments/Acton has announced the release of a hybrid spectroscopy sensor that combines the benefits of CCD and CMOS devices. The sensor features high quantum efficiency, speed-independent subelectron readout noise and negligible dark current. The CCD part of the sensor collects and converts photons into electrons, and the charge is transferred to a CMOS silicon chip, where it is amplified at kilohertz speed to facilitate very low noise performance. A proprietary sampling technique reduces noise further. The CCD may be front- or back-illuminated.


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