Cooled CCD

Feb. 1, 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.

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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