The deep cooled Open Electrode 1024 x 256 CCD Camera incorporates performance, affordability, and versatility for both OEM and research applications.
The peak VIS-NIR at 58% and the peak UV QE at 32% enables the Syncerity™ to provide a comparatively flat response and deal with several applications. In the near-NIR, this detector is an affordable alternative to the deep depletion CCD, without etaloning.
The dynamic range of this Syncerity™ camera is incomparable at 92.5 dB (in image mode) and the CCD's tall format is an ideal fit for imaging spectroscopy applications. Due to its flexible design, HORIBA’s OEM team can quickly adapt the camera for industrial needs, ranging from alternate CCD chips to electronics customizations.
||Spectroscopy Benefits for Research and OEM
|Unmatched readout noise
||Unmatched readout noise at a frequency of 45 kHz.
|Unparalleled linearity and dynamic range
||Measured values on each camera to exhibit exceptional performance: 92.5 dB typical dynamic range with <0.4% nonlinearity.
|Deep thermoelectric cooling (minimum)
||-60 °C to +25 °C ambient yields a very low dark current.
||Suitable for use on microscopes and OEM integration.
|Life time vacuum warranty
||All metal sealed technology offers maintenance-free permanent vacuum.
||USB 2.0 high speed with 100% data integrity and no controller box.
||Maintains overall system integrity in industrial environments.
|Open electrode CCD technology
||Wide spectral coverage with QE of 27% at 250 nm and 55% at 800 nm.
|Scientific Grade 1 CCD with 6.7 mm height
||Ideally suited for low light level detection in a range of spectroscopic applications. The company offers other CCD formats and OEM 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 incorporate a Syncerity CCD into existing apparatus or as an OEM component. Contact HORIBA Scientific for a Linux driver.