科学级全帧UV/VIS/NIR相机

可见光、全帧CCD相机 ELSE-i系列

用于XUV、VIS和NIR的成像应用

  • 产地: 德国
  • 型号: ELSE-i 1k1k, ELSE-i 2k2k, ELSE-i 2k2k plus, ELSE-i 4k4k
  • 品牌: Greateyes

公司介绍:

成立于2008年的greateyes,是以德国柏林洪堡大学的技术为基础,迅速发展成为国际知名的先进探测器生产企业。如今,其科研与工业客户群体已遍布多个国家。

greateyes开发、生产并销售高性能科学相机。其作为精确探测器,被广泛应用于成像与谱学应用领域。同时,greateyes公司也生产用于太阳能产业的电致荧光与光致荧光检测系统。

产品介绍:

greateyes基于独特的平台概念,提供用于紫外、可见和近红外的成像和光谱应用的大面阵相 机。深度冷却、高品质的CCD相机传感器具有超低噪声,可优化微弱信号的探测。采用不同 的像素模式、传感技术以及传感涂层使成像或光谱应用优化。

全帧CCD传感器集成在真空密闭腔室里,拥有多级半导体冷却以及单一光学窗口。相机提供丰 富的功能,例如灵活的像素联用操作、不同的触发和同步模式、可调的软件基线、传感器和散 热系统的温度监控。

主要特点:

  • 结构紧凑

  • 灵活的联用模式

  • 量子化效率高达98%

  • 满井容量高达700.000 eˉ

  • 深度制冷温度低至-100°C

  • 读出噪声低至3.5 eˉ

  • 18 bit 动态范围

  • 水冷和强制风冷



性能参数:


ELSE-i 1k1k

ELSE-i 2k2k

ELSE-i 2k2k plus

ELSE-i 4k4k

紫外波段增强

BI UV3


                       BI UV3


BI UV2

BIUV4

可见光波段增强

FI

BI BR

BI MID


FI

BI MID


BI MID


FI

BI BR

BI MID


近红外波段增强


DD NIR

DD MU2


DD NIR

DD MU2



DD MU2

像素规格( 标称)

1024 × 1024(FI)
1056 x 1027(others)

2048 × 2052

2048 × 2064

4096× 4112

像素尺寸

13 μm × 13 μm

13.5 μm × 13.5 μm

15 μm × 15 μm

15 μm × 15 μm

满井容量

100 keˉ

120 keˉ

100 keˉ

150 keˉ

150 keˉ

150 keˉ

350 keˉ

读出噪声典型值(eˉ) @ 50 kHz
@ 1 MHz
@ 3 MHz


3.4
6.7
13.1


3.8

8.7
17.8


4.6
8.5
17.0


4.8
9.5
20.4


3.0
6.3
12.5

可调增益(counts/eˉ)

Standard mode

High capacity

1


1

0.34


0.6

0.2


0.6

0.2


1

0.34

暗电流( eˉ/pixel/s)

@-100°C

0.00015             0.0005

@-90°C

0.0001               0.001

@-90°C

0.00008

@-90°C

0.00008                0.00006

芯片等级

Grade 0 or grade 1 (标准)


QE曲线:北京众星联恒科技有限公司

典型应用:


  • 活体荧光生物成像

  • 天文观测

  • LIBS 光谱仪

  • 中子层析成像

  • EL / PL 成像

  • 超冷量子研究


北京众星联恒科技有限公司GE_ELSE_i成像系列_datasheet 2021-5-11.pdf


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