Optronis’ new OptoScope SC-10 series of streak cameras feature a temporal resolution of two picoseconds and by putting the electro-optical shutter as part of the sensor on the front of the camera, the SC-10 reportedly features vastly improved noise suppression. All units of Optoscope SC cameras feature identical control structure and similar mechanical interfaces, which allows for the integration of different streak tubes. In addition, various sweep units for trigger mode and synchroscan deflection are available. OptoScope SC cameras also feature OptoAnalyse software, 100 Mb Ethernet interface, and an 8 mm x 2 mm photocathode active area. These cameras are suitable for use in research applications.
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Headquarters: Kehl, Germany
Product: OptoScope SC cameras.
Key Features: Temporal resolution of two picoseconds, improved noise suppression, OptoAnalyse software, 100 Mb Ethernet interface, 8 mm x 2 mm photocathode active area.
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