Princeton Instruments to introduce in-vacuum x-ray cameras at SPIE Photonics West 2016

Jan. 22, 2016
The PI-MTE in-vacuum x-ray cameras feature high-sensitivity CCDs for use in soft x-ray spectroscopy and imaging applications, including x-ray microscopy, x-ray plasma diagnostics, coherent x-ray diffraction imaging, EUV lithography, and x-ray holography.

The PI-MTE in-vacuum x-ray cameras feature high-sensitivity CCDs for use in soft x-ray spectroscopy and imaging applications, including x-ray microscopy, x-ray plasma diagnostics, coherent x-ray diffraction imaging, EUV lithography, and x-ray holography. Multiple-speed readout capabilities allow researchers to optimize the company's ultra-low-noise and wide-dynamic-range performance for their specific soft x-ray applications. The cameras measure 4.57 × 2.36 × 3.15 in. and weigh 2.5 lbs.

SPIE Photonics West booth number: 1811

To Learn More:

Contact:Princeton Instruments
Headquarters: Trenton, NJ
Product: PI-MTE in-vacuum x-ray cameras
Key Features: Multiple-speed readout capabilities

What Princeton Instruments says:
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