TE-Cooled CCD Camera - Syncerity BI-NIR Camera

The TE-cooled back illuminated 2048 x 70 CCD camera incorporates performance, versatility, and affordability for OEM applications. The peak QE of 84% at 700 nm and 20% at 1050 nm of the Syncerity BI-NIR enables it to provide a comparatively wide response and deal with multiple applications.

In the near-NIR, this detector is a cost-effective alternative to a deep depleted CCD, without etaloning. With Syncerity’s flexible design, HORIBA’s dedicated OEM-team is quickly able to adapt the camera for industrial demands, ranging from alternate CCD chips to electronic customizations.


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Back-illuminated CCD technology Improved near infrared sensitivity QE 42% at 1000 nm.
Deep thermoelectric cooling -50 °C to +25 °C ambient (–60 °C optional).
Ultra-compact size Suitable for use on microscopes and OEM integration.
Lifetime vacuum warranty All metal sealed technology offers a maintenance-free permanent vacuum.
PC interface USB 2.0 high speed with 100% data integrity and no controller box.
Ruggedized connectors Maintains overall system integrity in industrial environments.
Scientific Grade CCD with 1 mm Height Spectroscopy Format Ideally suited for low light level detection in a range of spectroscopic applications. The company offers other CCD formats and sensor types for OEM volumes.
Flexible input and output trigger Interface Experiment synchronization with External Trigger In and TTL Shutter Out with programmable edge triggering.
LabView VIs and SDK available Flexible software to integrate a Syncerity CCD into existing equipment or as an OEM component.
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