Camere intensificate per applicazioni di Imaging e Spettroscopia risolte nel tempo

Camere intensificate Serie iStar da Andor Technology

Le camere ICCD Serie iStar di Andor Technology sono dotate di sensori CCD di grado scientifico accoppiati ad un intensificatore di immagine di alta qualità e con elettronica di controllo del fotocatodo estremamente veloce.

L’intensificatore di immagine si comporta come se fosse uno shutter ottico ultra-veloce con exposure time dell’ordine del nanosecondo. Grazie all’elevato guadagno dell’intensificatore, inoltre, le camere ICCD Andor sono in grado di rilevare facilmente segnali estremamente deboli fino al singolo fotone.

I modelli iStar 320 e 340 sono dotati di sensore rettangolare rispettivamente di 1024x255 pixels da 26 µm e 2048x512 pixels da 13.5 µm e sono impiegati principalmente in applicazioni di Spettroscopia. I modelli iStar 312 e 334 prevedono invece sensori quadrati, rispettivamente di 512x512 pixels da 24 µm e 1024x1024 pixels da 13 µm, e sono pertanto tipicamente impiegati in applicazioni di Imaging, sebbene il modello iStar 334 sia comunemente utilizzato anche in Spettroscopia.

I modelli iStar 312, iStar 334 e iStar sCMOS prevedono invece sensori quadrati, rispettivamente di 512x512 pixels da 24 µm, 1024x1024 pixels da 13 µm e 2560x2160 pixels da 6.5 µm, e sono pertanto tipicamente impiegati in applicazioni di Imaging, sebbene il modello iStar 334 sia molto spesso utilizzato anche in Spettroscopia con particolare riferimento ad applicazioni LIBS in combinazione allo spettrografo Andor Mechelle.

Features
Gating con risoluzione temporale < 2 ns
Ampio range di selezione del fotocatodo per applicazioni UV, VIS e NIR
Repetition Rate del fotocatodo fino a 500 KHz
Digital Delay Generator (DDG) integrato e completamente controllato via software
Sistema di raffreddamento termoelettrico con temperatura minima raggiungibile di -40 °C (dark cur rent trascurabile)

Le camere ICCD Andor iStar 320 e 340 sono progettate per offrire la migliore soluzione oggi disponibile per applicazioni di Spettroscopia risolta nel tempo con scala del nanosecondo e ad alta risoluzione. L’aspect ratio 4:1 di tali sensori si adatta perfettamente all’impiego con gli spettrografi Andor Czerny-Turner Serie Shamrock ed i relativi accessori.

Il readout rate multi-MHz permette acquisizioni con spectra rate dell’ordine dei centinaia di spettri al secondo. Modalità di acquisizione speciali (Crop Mode e Fast Kinetics) sono inoltre implementate per consentire applicazioni di Spettroscopia molto rapide con spectra rate oltre i 1.000 ed i 10.000 sps, rispettivamente.

Le camere ICCD Andor iStar 312 and 334 con sensore quadrato sono progettate per offrire la migliore soluzione oggi disponibile per applicazioni di Imaging risolto nel tempo con scala del nanosecondo e ad alta risoluzione.

La iStar 334 è il modello più versatile, adatto sia ad applicazioni di Spettroscopia che di Imaging, ed è il detector impiegato con lo spettrografo Andor Mechelle con tecnologia Echelle in applicazioni di Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS).

L’ampia gamma di intensificatori di immagine di Generazione 2 e 3, con possibilità di scelta sia per la finestra in ingresso che per il tipo di fosforo, soddisfa qualsiasi requisito sul range di sensibilità, tra 120 nm e 1.100 nm, offrendo un gating time fino a < 2ns.

Tutte le camere Andor iStar sono dotate di interfaccia USB 2.0, che ne consente l’utilizzo anche con PC laptop, e di Digital Delay Generator (DDG) completamente integrato e controllato via software.

Questo consente una perfetta integrazione della camera iStar in esperimenti complessi con un’eccellente accuratezza nella sincronizzazione dei vari componenti che li costituiscono e con controllo del guadagno attraverso un'unica e semplice interfaccia interattiva.

Laser Induced Fluorescence (LIF, PLIF)
Foto-luminescenza risolta nel tempo
Studi del Plasma e della Combustione
Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS)

Spettroscopia Raman risolta nel tempo

Spettroscopia e Imaging ad assorbimento transiente
Spettroscopia Raman risolta nel tempo
Particle image velocimetry (PIV)
TitleAuthor(s)InstituteYearSpectrograph/
Detector
Plasma, Discharge
Feasibility study of passive high resolution optical emission spectroscopy for the electric field measurements in IShTAR A. Kostic1,2,
K. Crombé1,3, R. D’Inca2,
J. Jacquot2,
R. Ochoukov2, A. Nikiforov1, M. Usoltceva1,2,4,
E. H. Martin5,
J.-M. Noterdaeme1,2, and the IShTAR team
1 Ghent University, Department of Applied Physics, Ghent, Belgium
2 Max-Planck-Institut für Plasmaphysik, Garching, Germany
3 LPP-ERM-KMS, TEC partner, Brussels, Belgium
4 Université de Lorraine, Nancy, France
5 Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA
2017iStar DH334T-18U-E3
Shamrock SR-750-B2
Automated 2D elemental mapping by Laser-Induced Breakdown  Spectroscopy G. Cairns1,
J. Kaiser2
1Andor Technology, Belfast, United Kingdom
2Institute of Physical Engineering, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic
2014iStar DH734i-18F-031
Mechelle ME5000
Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy of Copper Indium Gallium Selenide (CIGS) thin film solar cells D. BartlRobert Bosch GmbH, Corporate Sector Research and Advance Engineering
Stuttgart, Germany
2013iStar DH340T-18U-E3
Shamrock SR-500i-B1
Imaging of laser-induced plasma species M. Bator,
C. W. Schneider,
T. Lippert
Paul Scherrer Institute, Department General Energy, Villigen PSI, Switzerland 2013iStar DH334T-18F-03
Time-resolved detection of Hydrogen in steel products R. HergenröderDepartment of Interface Processes, Leibniz-Institute for Analytical Sciences - ISAS, Dortmund, Germany 2013iStar DH720-18F-033
High-speed measurements of the electron beam size at KARA B. Kehrer1,
N. Hiller1,2,
P. Schütze3,
E. Bründermann1,
A. Müller1
1 KIT, Karlsruhe, Germany,
2 PSI, Villingen, Switzerland,
3 DESY, Hamburg, Germany
2018iStar DH340T-18U-03
High sensitivity imaging of Thomson scattering signal S. Hübner,
J. Palomares,
J. J. A. M. van der Mullen
Department of Applied Physics, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands 2011iStar DH734-18U-631
Light emission profiles of a parallel plate dc micro discharge in different discharge modes I. StefanovicEperimental Physics II, University of Bochum, Germany 2011iStar DH734-18F-031
Time-resolved optical emission spectroscopy of HiPIMS V. Stranak,
R. Hippler
Institute of Physics, University of Greifswald, Germany 2009iStar DH740i-18U-032
Shamrock SR-500-B1
Fast Imaging of the Atmospheric Pressure Glow Discharge M. C. M. van de SandenDepartment of Applied Physics, University of Technology Eindhoven, The Netherlands 2009iStar DH734-18U-031
Plasmadiagnostik an Radikalen und Metastabilen mit Hilfe der laserinduzierten Fluoreszenz J. BarzFraunhofer Institut für Grenzflächen- und  Bioverfahrenstechnik, Stuttgart, Deutschland 2007iStar DH734i-18F-031
Dongwoo 750
Application of an Echelle spectrometer for 2D mapping of aluminum alloy surfaces using MicroLIBS M.T. Taschuk1,
M. Tripathi2,
A. Hanvey3,
R. Al-Wazzan3,
Y.Y. Tsui1 and
R. Fedosejevs1
1 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada,
2 Andor Technology, S. Windsor, USA , 3 Andor Technology, Belfast, United Kingdom
2007iStar DH734-18U-131
iStar DH720-25F-033
Mechelle ME5000
Oriel Instruments MS260i
Zeitaufgelöste Spektroskopie von Glimmentladungen F. OlcaytugInstitut für Mikrosystemtechnik, Universität Freiburg, Deutschland 2007iStar DH720i-18U-053
Acton SpectraPro 500
Detection of Manganese in Sea Water Using Laser Induced Breakdown  Spectroscopy S. Koch,
W. Garen,
W. Neu
Faculty of Technology, University of Applied Science, Emden, Germany 2004iStar DH734-25F-031
Acton SpectraPro 275
Fluorescence, Luminescence
Determination of triplet energies and decay times of light-emitting layers S. BrüninghoffDept SO-ACP-7, Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany 2015iStar DH320T-18F-03
Shamrock SR-303i-A
Influence of the speciation of uranium on transfer factors measured by Time-Resolved Laser-induced Fluorescence Spectroscopy (TRLFS) F. Tawussi,
L. Lütke,
C. Walther
Institute for Radioecology and Radiation Protection, University of Hannover, Germany 2014iStar DH334T-18F-A3
Shamrock SR-303i-A
Spektroskopie hochgeladener Ionen in einer kryogenen Paul- Falle L. Schmoeger,
O. Versolato,
B. Piest
Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik, Heidelberg, Deutschland 2013iStar DH740-18U-032
High Enthalpy Flow Visualization using Laser Induced Fluorescence of Nitric Oxide M. Kirschner,
T. Sander,
C. Mundt
Institute of Thermodynamics, University of the Federal Armed Forces Munich, Neubiberg, Germany 2013iStar DH334T-18F-E3
Determination of fluorescence lifetimes of solvated Eu(III) and Cm(III) ions using Time-Resolved Laser Fluorescence Spectroscopy (TRLFS) B. B. Beele1,2,
C. M. Ruff2,
T. Rabung 2,
P. J. Panak1,2
1Radiochemistry, University of Heidelberg, Germany
2Institute for Nuclear Waste Disposal,  Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
2012Star DH734-18F-631
Shamrock SR-303i-A
Laser induced fluorescence for detecting residual impurities  in optical thin films at 193 nm excitation C. MühligInstitute of Photonic Technology, Jena, Germany 2011iStar DH740i-18F-032
Shamrock SR-303i-B
Luminescence dynamics of a photosensitizer in a photocatalytic model system S. GödeInstitute of Physics, University of Rostock, Germany 2010iStar DH740i-18U-052
Shamrock SR-303i-B
Phosphoreszenz in organischen Halbleitern A. KöhlerExperimental Physics II, University of Bayreuth, Germany 2008iStar DH734-18F-C31
Oriel Instruments MS257
Laserinduzierte Fluoreszenz (LIF) zur Untersuchung der Defektkinetik in hochreinen synthetischen Quarzgläsern C. MühligLeibniz Institut für Photonische Technolgien, Jena, Deutschland 2007iStar DH734-18F-031
Oriel Instruments MS260i
Plasmadiagnostik an Radikalen und Metastabilen mit Hilfe der laserinduzierten Fluoreszenz J. BarzFraunhofer Institut für Grenzflächen- und  Bioverfahrenstechnik, Stuttgart, Deutschland 2007iStar DH734i-18F-031
Dongwoo 750
Synchrotron, Free Electron Laser
Spectrotemporal manipulation of ultrashort pulses
at the synchrotron light source DELTA
S. Khan,
C. Mai, A. Meyer auf der Heide,
P. Ungelenk
Zentrum für Synchrotronstrahlung (DELTA), Technische Universität Dortmund, Germany 2018
iStar DH334T-18U-E3
High-speed measurements of the electron beam size at KARA B. Kehrer1,
N. Hiller1,2,
P. Schütze3,
E. Bründermann1,
A. Müller1
1 KIT, Karlsruhe, Germany,
2 PSI, Villingen, Switzerland,
3 DESY, Hamburg, Germany
2018iStar DH340T-18U-03
Characterization of ultrashort and coherent VUV pulses at the DELTA storage ring S. Khan1, F. H. Bahnsen1,
M. Bolsinger1, S. Hilbrich1,
M. Höner1, H. Huck1,2,
M. Huck1, M. Jebramcik1,
C. Mai1, A. Meyer auf der Heide1, R. Molo1, H. Rast1, G. Shayeganrad1, P. Ungelenk1
1 Zentrum für Synchrotronstrahlung (DELTA), Technische Universität Dortmund, Germany
2 now at Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), Zeuthen, Germany
2015iStar DH334T-18U-E3
Measurement of alkali metal vapor density using interferometric methods for the proton driven wakefield accelerator at CERNF. Batsch,
P. Muggli,
E. Öz
Max Planck Institute for Physics, Munich, Germany2014iStar DH334T-18F-73
Shamrock SR-750-D2-SIL
Spatial and spectral measurements of transition radiation emitted by an energetic electron bunch accelerated in a laser-driven plasma wakefieldC. Palmer,
L. Schaper
Plasma Accelerator Group, DESY, Hamburg, Germany2013iStar DH334T-18U-03
Newton DU920N-BU2
Shamrock SR-303i-A
In-situ Pulse Laser Heating in Diamond Anvil Cells with time-resolved  temperature measurementsZ. Konôpková1,
H.-P. Liermann1,
W. Morgenroth2
1Extreme Conditions Beamline, PETRA III, DESY, Hamburg, Germany
2Institute of Geoscience, Goethe University of Frankfurt/Main, Germany
2013iStar DH320T-18U-73
Shamrock SR-303i-A-SIL
Single Shot Spectral Charcterisation of a SASE Free Electron LaserM. Martins,
M. Wellhöfer,
J. T. Hoeft,
W. Wurth
Institute of Experimental Physics, Unversity of Hamburg, Germany2007iStar DH740-18F-632
Semiconductor
Determination of triplet energies and decay times of light-emitting layersS. BrüninghoffDept SO-ACP-7, Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany2015iStar DH320T-18F-03
Shamrock SR-303i-A
Orts- und zeitaufgelöste Spektroskopie an dichten ExzitonenR. SchwartzInstitute of Physics, University of Rostock, Germany2010iStar DH740-18U-632
Jobin-Yvon T64000
Phosphoreszenz in organischen HalbleiternA. KöhlerExperimental Physics II, University of Bayreuth, Germany2008iStar DH734-18F-C31
Oriel Instruments MS257
Photovoltaics
Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy of Copper Indium Gallium Selenide (CIGS) thin film solar cellsD. BartlRobert Bosch GmbH, Corporate Sector Research and Advance Engineering
Stuttgart, Germany
2013iStar DH340T-18U-E3
Shamrock SR-500i-B1
Probing time resolved charge- transfer-excition recombination in organic solar cells by time- gated spectroscopyE. Da ComoDepartment of Physics and Center for Nanoscience (CeNS), Ludwig-Maximilian University Munich, Germany2011iStar DH740-18U-932
Acton SpectraPro 300
Delayed emission of charge transfer states in organic solar cellsF. LaquaiMax-Planck-Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz, Germany2010iStar DH740-18U-732
Shamrock SR303i-B
Quantum Optics
Real-time imaging of quantum entanglementR, Fickler1,2,
M. Krenn1,2,
R. Lapkiewicz1,2,
S. Ramelow1,2,3,
A. Zeilinger1,2
1Vienna Center for Quantum Science and Technology, Faculty of Physics, University of Vienna, Austria
2Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria
3Cornell University, Ithaca, USA
2014iStar DH334T-18F-03
Liquid
Triplet solvation dynamics in hydrogen bonding liquids in hard and soft confinementsV. Talluto1,
C. Böhmer1,
T. Walther1,
T. Blochowicz2
1Institute of Applied Physics, Technical University Darmstadt, Germany
2Institute of Condensed Matter Physics, Technical University Darmstadt, Germany
2013iStar DH340T-18F-03
Shamrock SR-500i-A
Biophysics
Photocycle KineticsR. HagedornInstitute of Biology, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany2009iStar DH734-18F-A31
Shamrock SR-303i-A

Remarks:
1iStar 734 replaced by iStar 334
2iStar 740 replaced by iStar 340
3iStar 720 replaced by iStar 320

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