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CCD Cameras

Photonics Spectra
Oct 2009
Princeton InstrumentsRequest Info
PrincetonInstruments.jpgPrinceton Instruments has added a front-illuminated, a back-illuminated and a back-illuminated deep-depletion model to its Pixis line of CCD cameras. The Pixis 1300 series cameras are based on a proprietary 1340 × 1300-pixel sensor with an imaging area measuring 26.8 × 26.0 mm. Features include 20-μm pixels, dual 100-kHz/2-MHz digitizers, multiple gains, multiple output amplifiers, read noise of 2 e rms, all-metal hermetic seals, a USB 2.0 interface and a single optical window design. The cameras offer flexible binning and region-of-interest capabilities and are supported by WinView software.


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