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Low-Noise CameraThe SOPHIA-XO:2048 high-speed, ultra-low-noise camera from Princeton Instruments Inc. is designed for demanding, very low flux scientific applications.

The camera features a 2048 x 2048, 15-μm2 pixel CCD and provides >3 fps with a 16-MHz readout speed at full resolution. Proprietary new ArcTec ultra-deep-cooling technology minimizes dark noise by thermoelectrically cooling the CCD to <-90° C using only air assist. The high-sensitivity, high-speed, thermoelectrically cooled SOPHIA-XO utilizes a back-illuminated CCD without antireflective coating in order to allow direct detection of the widest range of x-rays.

High frame rates and outstanding sensitivity make the SOPHIA-XO ideal for a diverse range of x-ray applications in research and OEM environments.


BioPhotonics
Jan 2017
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