Cooled 4MP High Energy CCD - High Energy Cameras for both Imaging and Spectroscopy applications
Introducing a high energy version one of the most sensitive CCD cameras in the World. Using a back-illuminated 4MP CCD sensor from e2v, and putting into Raptor’s proprietary PentaVac vacuum enclosure and cooling it to a delta of greater than -110°C, the Eagle XO is an open front detector with a range of flanges available.
The EAGLE XO camera features:
- Open front end – CF152 (6”) flange for direct interfacing to vacuum chambers
- Deep cooled using Thermoelectric cooler (TEC) – Minimize dark current and enable long exposure
- Back Illuminated 4MP no coating – Optimizes sensitivity and large field of view imaging
- 3.5um x 13.5um pixel – Enables ultra sharp image resolution and high dynamic range
||E2V CCD42-40 Back Illuminated, AIMO or E2V CCD42-40 Back Illuminated Deep Depleted, AIMO
|Active Pixel Array Size
||(2048 × 2048) pixels
||13.5μm × 13.5μm
||27.65mm × 27.65mm (39.10mm diagonal)
||Programmable, up to 64×64 pixels
|Full Well Capacity
||100 000 e-
||@ 75kHz pixel readout rate, 2.3 e- rms, @ 2MHz pixel readout rate, 9.0 e- rms
|Peak Quantum Efficiency (QE)
||1.2eV to 20KeV
|Dark Current @ -60°C
||Active, ΔT > 90°C
||Air / Liquid
||Trigger IN and OUT – TTL compatible
||12V DC ±10%
|Total Power Consumption
||TEC OFF < 9W, TEC ON < 60W
|Operating Temperature Range
||-20°C to +55°C
|Storage Temperature Range
||-40°C to +70°C
||141mm x 133mm x 110mm
|Weight (excluding lens)
Thin films and nanofibers
X-ray plasma diagnostics
Holography and lithography
Raptor Photonics has developed a series of camera platforms for use in the X-Ray detection market, offering either direct or indirect detection. A range of sensors can be incorporated into these platforms to address both imaging and spectroscopy applications, enabling photon detection from VUV (<5eV) through to hard X-Ray (>50keV).
Using existing CCD, EMCCD and CMOS core engines Raptor Photonics can now manufacture detection solutions with multiple interfaces to the sampling environment, including:
Various entrance windows / ambient light barriers, such as Beryllium or Aluminium.
Vacuum or Non-vacuum mounting flanges.
Fibre-optic coupled configurations to interface to additional components with a fibre-optic output, such as scintillator plates, streak tubes or MCPs.
If you have any VUV / X-Ray detection requirements, please contact us