Andor Technology, South Windsor, CT, offers the iKon-M x-ray camera available in two models: the DO and DY. The DO interfaces with vacuum chambers, and the DY is a standalone camera with a beryllium input window. The cameras offer a low-read noise floor, high QE across the x-ray, XUV, and EUV energy ranges, and negligible dart current with thermoelectric cooling to -90°C. Readout speeds of up to 2.5 MHz enable faster frame rate imaging of dynamic processes.

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