Cooled CCD

The thermoelectrically cooled chargecoupled device (CCD) from Jobin YvonSpex can cool devices to 55°C using only the air flow from a small fan. Because of integrated multipinphase (MPP) semiconductor chips, the dark current approaches 120 electrons/ pixel/hour, similar to liquidnitrogencooled CCDs. This CCD can be used for Raman process applications and photoluminescence experiments.

Feb 1st, 1995

The thermoelectrically cooled chargecoupled device (CCD) from Jobin YvonSpex can cool devices to 55°C using only the air flow from a small fan. Because of integrated multipinphase (MPP) semiconductor chips, the dark current approaches 120 electrons/ pixel/hour, similar to liquidnitrogencooled CCDs. This CCD can be used for Raman process applications and photoluminescence experiments.

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