Spectroscopy detection system

Feb. 14, 2000
The Spec-10 detection system for spectroscopy is based on front- or back-illuminated CCDs...

The Spec-10 detection system for spectroscopy is based on front- or back-illuminated CCDs with 20 x 20-µm pixels for maximum full well and spectral resolution. The system comes in rectangular array formats to provide fast spectral rates (small heights) and full spectral coverage (large widths). A variety of coatings are available to boost quantum efficiency, and deep-depletion devices can provide higher sensitivity in the near-infrared. The system is designed to handle Raman, fluorescence, chemiluminescence, and emission spectroscopy in particular.
Roper Scientific, Tucson, AZ

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