Targeting applications ranging from astronomy to fluorescence imaging, the back-illuminated SOPHIA 4096B CCD cameras from Princeton Instruments are available in four different options to suit various imaging needs. The cameras are based on the CCD230-84 CCD image sensor from Teledyne e2v, which is a 4096 x 4096 sensor with a 15 µm pixel size, and feature a USB 3.0 interface, 100% fill factor, up to 3.5 ke- full well, >95% peak quantum efficiency, up to 18-bit digitization, read noise as low as 2 e- rms, and a 4-port, 16 MHz readout architecture for fast frame rates.
SOPHIA 4096B cameras also feature Princeton Instruments ArcTec, a proprietary technology that uses air or liquid to thermoelectrically cool to -90°C. Additionally, the cameras feature the 64-bit LightField imaging and spectroscopy software, which includes a math engine to perform live data analysis, as well as direct control from third-party packages such as LabVIEW, MATLAB, Python, Maxim DL, and ASCOM software.
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Product:. SOPHIA 4096B CCD cameras
Key Features: Back-illuminated 4096 x 4096 CCD230-84 CCD image sensor, 15 µm pixel size, read noise as low as 2 e-, >95% peak quantum efficiency.
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