Camere CCD con shutter

Seria iKon-M, iKon-L e iKon-XL da Andor Technology

La Andor Technology offre un’ampia gamma di camere CCD per quelle applicazioni scientifiche che richiedono detectors dalle alte prestazioni. Le camere CCD Andor sono disponibili con sensori Front e Back Illuminated e con coating anti-riflesso ottimizzato per la specifica applicazione ed in grado di convertire più del 90% dei fotoni incidenti in segnale rilevabile.

La tecnologia UltraVac di Andor garantisce le condizioni di vuoto del sensore e ne assicura, attraverso l’efficiente sistema di raffreddamento termoelettrico, temperature minime di lavoro fino a -100 °C. Il Read Noise è inoltre minimizzato grazie ai convertitori A/D di alta qualità per i quali è possibile selezionare via software bassi valori di read out rate tra quelli disponibili. Le camere CCD classiche richiedono uno shutter meccanico per evitare effetti smearing nell’immagine durante il processo di read out.

Features
CCD con sensore Front e Back Illuminated con varie opzioni di coating AR
Sensori con formato 512 x 512, 1024 x 1024, 2048 x 2048 e 4096 x 4112 pixels
Sistema di raffreddamento termo-elettrico con temperatura minima raggiungibile di -100° C (valori di dark current trascurabili)
Convertitore A/D a 16-bit o 18-bit ad alte prestazioni con basso readout noise
Interfaccia USB 2.0

Le camere CCD Andor Serie iKon-M e iKon-L sono progettate per applicazioni caratterizzate da bassi livelli di  luce e da lunghi tempi di esposizione.

Valori di dark current estremamente ridotti consentono tempi di esposizione dell’ordine di centinaia di secondi e anche di molti minuti. Le dimensioni del pixel (13 µm o superiore) associate all’elevata capacità ed al basso rumore del convertitore A/D conferiscono alle CCD Serie iKon-M, iKon-L e iKon-XL un elevato range dinamico. Inoltre, grazie alla struttura del sensore ed al singolo canale di read out, le camere CCD Andor sono caratterizzate da un’eccellente linearità (> 99%) ed uniformità.

Astronomia
Fisica degli ioni e degli atomi freddi
Foto- ed Elettro-Luminescenza
Spettroscopia
Radiografia e Tomografia
TitleAuthor(s)InstituteYearSpectrograph/
Detector
Searching for Long-Period Exoplanets orbiting Giant Stars at the Landessternwarte HeidelbergS. Reffert,
M. Tala,
P. Heeren,
S. Sadegi
Landessternwarte, Zentrum für Astronomie der Universität Heidelberg,
Germany
2017iKon-L
DZ936N-BV
Imaging of ultracold Bose-Fermi mixturesS. Häfner,
M. Gerken,
B. Tran,
M. Filzinger, R. Eberhard, C. Renner,
B. Zhu,
J. Ulmanis,
E. D. Kuhnle,
M.Weidemüller
Institute of Physics,
Heidelberg University,
Germany
2017iKon-M DU934P-BEX2-DD
Rare five star, doubly-eclipsing star system discoveredM. LohrDepartment of Physical Sciences, The Open University, Milton Keynes,
United Kingdom
2015iKon-L DW936N-BV
New exoplanet-hunting telescopes on Paranal
NGTS facility achieves first light
H. RauerInstitute of Planetary Research, DLR, Berlin, Germany2015iKon-L DW936N-BR-DD
µ-Photoluminescence imaging setup for optical characterisation of ZnO-based microcavitiesM. Thunert,
T. Michalsky,
M. Wille,
S. Richter,
H. Franke,
C. Sturm,
R. Schmidt-Grund,
M. Grundmann
Institute for Experimental Physics II, University of Leipzig, Germany2014iKon-M DU934P-BU2
Improved detection of small atom numbers through image processingA. F. Tauschinsky,
C. F. Ockeloen,
N. J. van Druten,
S. Whitlock,
R. J. C. Spreeuw
Institute for Experimental Physics, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands2013iKon-M DU934N-BR-DD
EL/PL imaging, breakdown analysis and series resistance of silicon solar cellsB. Schwind,
J. Bauer,
O. Breitenstein
Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics, Halle, Germany2013iKon-M PV Inspector DU934P-CSV-BR-DD
Spectral characteristics of an integrated Type-I parametric down-conversion source in Ti:PPLN waveguidesS. Krapick,
H. Herrmann,
V. Quiring,
B. Brecht,
H. Suche,
Ch. Silberhorn
Department of Physics, University of Paderborn, Germany2012iKon-M DU934P-BR-DD
Shamrock SR-303i-A-SIL
Characterization of silicon thin film solar cells by electroluminescence imagingV. Mönkemöller2,
A. Gondorf1,
M. Niederkrüger1,
U. Heinzmann2,
H. Stiebig1
1Malibu GmbH & Co KG, Bielefeld, Germany
2Institute for Innovation Transfer at the University of Bielefeld GmbH, Germany
2012iKon-M DU934N-BR-DD
Spectroscopic study of confined semiconductor structuresT. Huber,
H. Jayakumar,
P. Mai,
B. Pressl,
M. Sassermann,
Z. Vörös,
G. Weihs
Department of Experimental Physics, University of Innsbruck, Austria2012iKon-M DU934N-BR-DD
Expansion of 1d Quasicondensates in an Atom Chip TrapM. Trimmel,
D. Fischer,
W. Rohringer,
M. Trupke,
J. Schmiedmayer
VCQ Vienna, Vienna University of Technology, Austria2011iKon-M DU934N-BR-DD
Characterization of Polymer Solar Cells and Modules by Luminescence ImagingM. Seeland,
R. Rösch,
B. Muhsin,
H. Hoppe
Institute of Physics, Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany
2011
iKon-M DU934N-BR-DD
Single Pulse Quantum ImagingM. Förtsch,
C. Wittmann,
C. Marquardt,
G. Leuchs
Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Erlangen, Germany2011iKon-M DU934N-BR-DD
Multi-component quantum gases in spin-dependent hexagonal latticesP. Soltan-PanahiInstitute of Laser Physics, University of Hamburg, Germany2010iKon-M DU934N-BR-DD
Detection of Explosives Based on Surface Enhanced Raman SpectroscopyL. Gundrum,
W. Hüttner,
H. Wackerbarth
Photonic Sensor Technology Group, Laser Laboratory Göttingen, Germany2010iKon-M DU934N-BR-DDShamrock SR-303i-A
Multi-Channel and Fiber-Spectroscopy in AstronomyA. KelzAstrophysical Institute Potsdam, Germany2010iKon-M DU934N-BV
Reconstruction of an Old Watch with Neutron TomographyW. Treimer,
S.-O. Seidel,
O. Ebrahimi
Insitute of Physics, University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany2010DV434-BV1
Detection of spin squeezing on an atom chipP. BöhiMunich Atom Chip Group, Ludwig Maximilians University Munich and Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics, Garching, Germany2010iKon-M DU934N-BR-DD
Electroluminescence for Characterisation of Solar CellsD. KilianiDepartment of Physics, University of Konstanz, Germany2009iKon-M DU934N-BR-DD
Quantum Memory in an Optical Dipole TrapC.-S. ChuuInstitute of Physics, University of Heidelberg, Germany2008iKon-M DU934N-BR-DD
Investigating mixtures of fermionic elements at ultracold temperaturesF. SchreckInstitute of Quantum Optics and Quantum Information, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Innsbruck, Austria2007DV437-BV3
Wide-eyed Telescope finds Transiting Planets around Distant StarsSuperWASP Consortium, United Kingdom2007DW436-BV2
Neutronentomographie einer GasturbinenschaufelJ. BrunnerInstitute of Experimental Physics E21, Technical University of Munich, Germany2004DW436-BV2
Optisches Gitter im Hochfinesse- RingresonatorB. NagornyInstitute of Laser Physics, University of Hamburg, Germany2003DV434-BV1
Remarks:
1DU434 replaced by iKon-M 934
2DW436 replaced by iKon-L 936
3DV437 not available anymore

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