CCD camera from Raptor Photonics designed for scientific imaging
Raptor Photonics has announced the release of the Eagle V camera, which is a deep-cooled camera that utilizes Raptor’s PentaVac vacuum technology.
Raptor Photonics has announced the release of the Eagle V camera, which is a deep-cooled camera that utilizes Raptor’s PentaVac vacuum technology. The camera is equipped with a 4 MPixel CCD42-40 back illuminated image sensor from e2v that features a 13.5 µm x 13.5 µm pixel size. The Eagle V achieves quantum efficiency greater than 90% at 525nm and 50% at 380nm and 720nm and runs at 16-bit digital output through a Cameralink data interface. PentaVac technology, along with multistage TEC and liquid allows cooling to temperatures lower than delta 110°C, delivering extremely low dark current (0.0001 e/p/s) for exposure times of up to several hours. Lastly, the Eagle V is suitable for use in such scientific imaging applications as fluorescence imaging, spectroscopy, adaptive optics, and astronomy.
To Learn More:
Contact: Raptor Photonics
Headquarters: Larne, Co Antrim, UK
Product: Eagle V deep-cooled CCD camera
Key Features:4 MPixel CCD42-40 back illuminated image sensor from e2v, TEC cooling with liquid and PentaVec technology, 16-bit Camera Link interface.
What Raptor Photonics says:
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