The C10000-601 and C10000-701 series
TDI (time delay integration) cameras from
Hamamatsu (Bridgewater, NJ) feature back-thinned
CCD image sensors with 4096 horizontal
pixels and 128 TDI stages (vertical
pixels). Each pixel is 12 × 12 μm. Due to
their back-thinned structure, the TDI-CCDs
feature high sensitivity from 200nm to
1100nm with approximately 90% quantum
efficiency in the 600-700nm region. The
sensors also feature multiple output ports
(taps) to enable high-speed line rates for
high-speed imaging. There are three cameras
available. The C10000-601 features 8 taps, 50 kHz maximum line
rate, 800:1 dynamic range, and an 8-bit/12-bit selectable A/D converter.
The C10000-701A has 16 taps, 100 kHz maximum line rate, 256:1 dynamic
range, and an 8-bit A/D converter. The C10000-701B camera features
16 taps, 100 kHz maximum line rate, 800:1 dynamic range, and a
12-bit A/D converter. Photonics West Booth #1313
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