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Inspection camera C8000-30, C11090-22B
digitalCCDfluorescent

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Characteristics

Applications
inspection
Technology
digital
Sensor type
CCD
Other characteristics
fluorescent

Description

The C8000-30 employs an ultrahigh-sensitivity back-thinned CCD sensor made by Hamamatsu, which offers extremely high quantum efficiency in a wide range of UV, VIS and NIR wavelengths. The high UV sensitivity from 120 nm is useful for semiconductor mask inspection and measurement applications. Also, the high NIR sensitivity is useful for fluorescence measurement, NIR LD measurement and so on. Features High quantum efficiency: Over 60 % at 200 nm, Over 90 % at 650 nm Real time background subtraction Recursive filter (2, 4, 8, 16, 32 and 64 frames selectable) Specifications Type number C8000-30 Imaging device 2/3 inch Back-thinned frame transfer CCD Effective no. of pixels 640 (H)×480 (V) Cell size 14 μm (H)×14 μm (V) Effective area 8.96 mm (H)×6.72 mm (V) Full well capacity 30 000 electrons (typ.) Readout speed 31.4 frames/s (1×1) 58.3 frames/s (2×2) 101.8 frames/s (4×4) Readout noise 150 electrons (rms) (typ.) Exposure time Internal trigger mode 30.8 ms to 1 s Cooling method Passive air-cooled Peltier cooling Cooling temperature + 5 ˚C Passive air-cooled (Ambient temperature : +20 ˚C) Analog gain ×1 to ×5 (16 steps) Sub-array 8 pixels increments (V) Camera control Camera Link External trigger mode Edge trigger, Level trigger, Start trigger, Synchronous readout trigger Image processing functions Background subtraction, Recursive filter

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