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CMOS Astronomy Camera

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CMOS Astronomy CameraCOSMOS large-format, back side-illuminated CMOS cameras from Teledyne Imaging is optimized for astronomy use.

With LACeraimage sensor technology, COSMOS delivers deep-cooled, low-noise performance on a multi-MP scale with global shutter, 18-bit readout, and glow reduction technology. It maintains performance when scaling to larger formats and combining speed and low noise. Sensor sizes of 3 × 3k, 6 × 6k, and 8 × 8k are available for maximum field of view. The devices provide >90% peak quantum efficiency for high sensitivity and >50 fps for capturing dynamic events. Other benefits include 0.7 e- read noise for detection of faint objects and deep cooling to ensure low dark current. An advanced pixel structure allows for true global shutter alongside back-illuminated CMOS.

The COSMOS cameras address the demands of many researchers, specifically those with applications in ground-based astronomy such as orbital object tracking, time domain astrophysics, and exoplanet research.

Photonics Spectra
Jun 2021
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