The CCD250-82 is a split frame sensor with an image area of 4096 x 4004 pixels and 16 outputs for faster readout. Back illumination technology, in combination with an extremely low noise amplifier, makes the device well suited to the most demanding applications, such as astronomy.
‘High-rho’ technology is used to increase the thickness of the silicon to maximise the response at the infra-red end of the spectral range. The device operates in the same manner as other Teledyne Imaging sensors, but with back-substrate bias voltages to fully deplete the silicon and provide excellent PSF.
The device is supplied in a package designed to facilitate the assembly of large close-butted mosaics used at cryogenic temperatures. The design of the package ensures that it is 4 sides buttable and that the device flatness is maintained at the working temperature.
Alternate device thickness and spectral responses can be available to custom order.
|NASA||PUNCH-1||Polarimeter to Unify the Corona and Heliosphere (PUNCH)|
|NASA||PUNCH-2||Polarimeter to Unify the Corona and Heliosphere (PUNCH)|
|NASA||PUNCH-3||Polarimeter to Unify the Corona and Heliosphere (PUNCH)|
|NASA||PUNCH-4||Polarimeter to Unify the Corona and Heliosphere (PUNCH)|
|Resolution||4096 x 4004|
|Pixel Size||10 x 10 µm|
|Image Area||41 x 40 mm|
|Output Amp||16 (very low noise)|
|Package||Ceramic Flexi Buttable|
|Total Pixels||16.4 MP|
|Readout Noise||5.0 rms e–|
(QE @ λ = 750 nm)
Visible (400-700 nm)
Near Infrared (700-1000 nm)
|2014 CCD And CMOS Technology For Astronomical Sensors|
|2014 Presentation CCD And CMOS Technolody Developments For Astronomical Sensors|
|2016 CCD And CMOS For Astronomical Applications|
|2016 CMOS And CCD Sensors And Systems For Astronomy|
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