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Universal streak camera
C10910 series
UV to near-infrared measurement
with 1 ps temporal resolution
The streak camera is an ultrahigh-speed detector which
captures light emission phenomena occurring in extremely
short time periods. In addition to superb temporal resolution,
the streak camera can capture spatial (or spectral) data
simultaneously.
The universal streak camera C10910 series incorporates all of
the specialized technology and expertise that HAMAMATSU
acquired over 20 years of research. The streak tubes are
manufactured on a regular production schedule at
Hamamatsu to provide consistency and reliability. Special
requests and custom designs are also available.
Applications
Fluorescence lifetime measurement, transient absorption
measurement, time-resolved Raman spectroscopy
Optical communications, response
measurement of quantum devices
Measurement of electron bunch for synchrotron and
LINAC applications
Research involving free electron lasers,
and various other types of pulsed lasers
Plasma light emission, radiation, laser ablation,
combustion and explosions
Lidar Thomson scattering, laser distance measurement
A diverse range of experimental
setups from single light emitting phenomena to
high-speed repeated phenomena in the GHz domain
Simultaneous measurement of light intensity on
temporal and spatial (wavelength) axis
Spectrograph can be placed in front of the streak camera to convert the spatial axis to the
wavelength. This enables highly efficient time-resolved spectroscopy measurements.
UV to near-infrared wavelengths
Optimize the streak camera’s performance by selecting the appropriate streak tube (light
sensor) for desired spectral range.
USB control
Computer control enables remote operation and advanced measurements with ease of use.
Ultra-high sensitivity (detection of single photons)
The streak tube converts light into electrons which are then multiplied by an electron
multiplier. This enables detection of extremely faint light (at the single-photon level).
(See page 8 "The principle of photon counting integration")
Improved S/N with the internal MCP
Diverse selection of peripheral equipment
System configuration
A full lineup of peripheral devices including spectroscopes, optical trigger heads, and expansion units.
Plug-in unit
. Horizontal blanking unit for C10910 M10914-01
. Shift blanking unit for C10910 M10914-02
. Dual time base extender unit for C10910 M10916-01
. Synchronous blanking unit for C10910 M10915-01
. High repetition dual time base extender unit for C10910 M10916-03
Function expansion unit
Peripheral equipment
Main unit, Optics
Readout system
Readout camera
Spectrometer
Spectrometer f=300 mm
C11119-02
Input optics
Output optics
Camera Link
Input optics
A1976-01
Spectrograph mount table
A11350-14
Input optics
A1974
Data analyzer
R
ORCA-Flash4.0 V2
Digital CMOS camera
C11440-22CU
Output optics 50:35
A11695-01
Universal
streak camera
C10910
Plug-in unit
Sweep unit
Power supply
Mount table
for C11440-22CU
A11771-03
Data analyzer
C6760-38
. Synchroscan unit for C10910 M10911-01, -02
. Fast single sweep unit for C10910 M10912-01
. Slow single sweep unit for C10910 M10913-11
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SPECIFICATIONS:
Main unit, Optics
The C10910 streak camera includes a choice of streak tube detectors
and a variety of plug-in options for optimum performance.
Main unit
Spectral response of the streak tube (typ.)
Universal streak camera
Type number
Photocathode
Spectral response
characteristic
Effective photocathode size*1
MCP gain
Phosphor screen
C10910-01
S-20
200 nm
to 850 nm
C10910-02
S-1
300 nm
to 1600 nm
C10910-04
S-25
280 nm
to 920 nm
100
C10910-05
S-20ER
200 nm
to 900 nm
S-20ER
S-25
0.15 mm × 4.46 mm (when coupled with ORCA-Flash4.0 V2)
10
> 3 × 103
. Phosphor characteristic P-43
S-20
. Effective phosphorscreen size Φ18 mm
Radiant sensitivity (mA/W)
better than 40 lp/mm (center of photocathode, wavelength 530 nm)
Spatial resolution
Interface
Power supply
Power consumption
Weight
USB 2.0
AC 100 V to AC 240 V, 50 Hz / 60 Hz
Approx. 200 VA
Approx. 19 kg
*1 Effective photocathode size 0.5 mm x 4.46 mm is available as an option, and photocathode is serective from S-20 or S-20ER.
Model number C10910-21 is for S-20, and C10910-25 for S-20ER.
Please contact us for further information.
<Cooling option for C10910>
Type number
Cooling temperature
M11748
Approx. 0 ˚C
S-1
1
0.1
0.01
<Gate function>
MCP
Gating method
+ horizontal blanking
Extinction ratio
Gate time
Gate trigger input
Gate trigger delay time
Horizontal blanking repetition frequency (Max.)
MCP gate repetition frequency (Max.)
Photocathode gate repetition frequency (Max.)
1:106 min
MCP
+ horizontal blanking + photocathode
1:108 min
50 ns to continuous
TTL / 50 W
max.300 ns
4 MHz
10 kHz
10 kHz
0.001
0.0001
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
1400
Wavelength (nm)
Optics
Spectral transmission
Effective F value
Image multiplication ratio
Slit width
Slit width reading precision
Overall length
A1976-01
A1974
200 nm to 1600 nm
5.0
400 nm to 900 nm
1.2
1:1
0 mm to 5 mm
5 μm
98.2 mm
Output optics
Type number
Image multiplication ratio
Effective F value
Lens mount
Corresponding camera
159 mm
Spectral transmittance of input optics
100
Transmittance(%)
Input optics
Type number
A1974
80
A1976-01
60
40
20
0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
1400
1600
Wavelength (nm)
A11695-01
1:0.7 (50 mm:35 mm)
2.0
F-mount
ORCA-Flash4.0 V2
3
SPECIFICATIONS:
Plug-in unit
(Plug-in: built into main unit)
Sweep unit
Function expansion unit
(connected to side panel of main unit)
(connected to top of main unit)
Synchroscan unit for C10910 M10911-01, -02
Sweep unit for high-sensitivity and high
temporal resolution measurements when
synchronized with a high-repetition laser
such as a mode-locked Ti-sapphire
laser.
Type number
M10911-01
M10911-02
Temporal resolution *1
< 1 ps FWHM
< 2 ps FWHM
Sweep time *2
Approx. 100 ps to 1/6 fs
Approx. 200 ps to 1/6 fs
Sweep range
5 selectable ranges
3 selectable ranges
Synchroscan frequency Selectable from 75 MHz to 165 MHz
250 MHz
Synchronous frequency
fs ±0.2 MHz
range
Temporal resolution or less
Trigger jitter
-3 dBm to +17 dBm / 50 Ω
Trigger signal input
Trigger delay tuneup
> 360 degree
*1 At the center of window at 800 nm wavelength
NOTE: The figure does not include phase noise of the light source or temporal broadening by a spectrograph.
The time resolution changes as following values when using the C10910-04(S-25).
Type number
Temporal resolution
M10911-01
< 4 ps FWHM
M10911-02
< 4 ps FWHM
*2 fs = synchroscan frequency
Fast single sweep unit for C10910 M10912-01
High-speed sweep plug-in unit designed
for
high
resolution
single-shot
measurements, but can also trigger up
to 10 kHz at lower resolutions.
Type number
Temporal resolution *1
Sweep time
Trigger jitter
Trigger delay
Sweep repetition
frequency (Max.)
Trigger signal input
Monitor out signal
The standard unit for return sweep
blanking during single-sweep operation.
For return sweep blanking in synchroscan
operation, refer to M10914-02 or
M10915-01.
Type number
<10 ps rms
Approx. 10 ns (fastest sweep range)
10 kHz
± 5 V/50 Ω
LVCMOS / 10 kΩ
M10912-01
< 4 ps FWHM
Slow single sweep unit for C10910 M10913-11
A sweep unit for randomly triggered or
single-shot measurements of slower
phenomena.
M10914-01
Sweep repetition
frequency (Max.)
4 MHz
Shift blanking unit for C10910 M10914-02
For use in combination with synchroscan and pulse picker or regen amplifier,
For applications such as fast picosecond risetime or lifetime decay of data
which may include residual light extending beyond the synchroscan’s return
sweep, e.g. nanoseconds to milliseconds.
Type number
M10914-02
Sweep repetition
frequency (Max.)
Trigger signal input
Blanking time (Max.)
10 kHz
± 5 V/50 Ω
10 μs
* Patented
Synchronous blanking unit for C10910 M10915-01
(With M10911-01 Synchroscan unit)
Extends the performance of synchroscan
operation by synchronously blanking the
return sweep. For applications such as
high-repetition light in the GHz range, or for
picoseconds risetime and lifetime decay
measurements on data which includes
residual light beyond a few nanoseconds,
but less than the synchroscan’s sweep
period (e.g. < 10 ns).
M10912-01
< 1 ps FWHM
0.1 ns to 50 ns / full (with ORCA-Flash4.0 V2)
*1 At the center of window at 800 nm wavelength
NOTE: The figure does not include phase noise of the light source or temporal broadening by a spectrograph.
The time resolution changes as following values when using the C10910-04(S-25).
Type number
Temporal resolution
Horizontal blanking unit for C10910 M10914-01
Type number
Synchroscan frequency
Horizontal shift width
M10915-01
Selectable from 75 MHz to 165 MHz
3 mm or 13 mm (at phosphor screen)
Dual time base extender unit for C10910 M10916-01
(Can be used with all sweep units)
For simultaneous dual-sweep operation and single channel narrow V-slit input.
Compatible with all sweep plug-in units, the M10916-01 extender unit provides
slower time axis in a perpendicular axis, e.g. simultaneous high-speed vertical
sweep and horizontal slower sweep. For applications such as bunch length
measurements or phase stability in synchrotrons.
Type number
Sweep time
Sweep repetition
frequency (Max.)
Trigger signal input
Monitor out signal
M10916-01
100 ns to 100 ms / full (with M10911-01, -02, with ORCA-Flash4.0 V2)
1 ms to 100 ms / full (with M10912-01, with ORCA-Flash4.0 V2)
2 μs to 100 ms / full (with M10913-11, with ORCA-Flash4.0 V2)
10 Hz
± 5 V/50 Ω
LVCMOS / 10 kΩ
High repetition dual time base extender unit for C10910 M10916-03
Type number
Temporal resolution
Sweep time
Trigger jitter
Trigger delay
Sweep repetition
frequency (Max.)
Trigger signal input
Monitor out signal
4
M10913-11
<20 ps FWHM
1.2 ns to 1 ms / full (with ORCA-Flash4.0 V2)
Temporal resolution or more
Approx. 40 ns (fastest sweep range)
4 MHz (fastest sweep range)
± 5 V/50 Ω
LVCMOS / 10 kΩ
High repetition version of the M10916-01. Enables higher-repetition frequency
measurements for applications such as photon correlation.
Type number
Sweep time
Sweep repetition
frequency (Max.)
Trigger signal input
Monitor out signal
M10916-03
50 ns, 100 ns, 200 ns, 400 ns, 600 ns / full (per 10 mm on phosherscreen)*1
1 kHz
± 5 V/50 Ω
LVCMOS / 10 kΩ
*1 When ORCA-Flash4.0 V2 is used, sweep time is 25 % longer than these numbers.
SPECIFICATIONS:
Readout system
Streak camera
Readout camera
Data analyzer
Data analyzer C6760-58
Data analyzer C6760-38
ORCA-Flash4.0 V2
Digital CMOS camera
C11440-22CU
Universal streak camera
C10910
lens output
Camera Link
I/F board
Camera Link
Mount table For C11440-22CU
A11771-03
PC
AC adapter
Control & readout software
HPD-TA
Fluorescence lifetime data fitting software
TA-FIT
USB
Readout camera
Data analyzer
ORCA-Flash4.0 V2 Digital CMOS camera C11440-22CU
Recommended readout camera for universal
applications, including single-shot, analog
and photon counting integration.
Type number
Effective number of pixels
Working area
Cell size
Effective area
Working area on phosphor screen
Exposure time
Readout speed
A/D converter
C11440-22CU
2048 (H) × 2048 (V)
1344 (H) × 1016 (V)
6.5 μm (H) × 6.5 μm (V)
8.74 mm (H) × 6.60 mm (V)
12.48 mm (H) × 9.43 mm (V)
1 ms to 10 s
> 100 frames/s (Camera Link, 1344 × 1016)
16 bit
Mount table for C11440-22CU A11771-03
Data analyzer C6760-38
Supported camera
Component
System
Interface
ORCA-Flash4.0 V2 Digital CMOS camera C11440-22CU
PC
Liquid crystal display
Frame grabber board
Cable
Windows 7 (64 bit)
Camera Link
<Control & readout software HPD-TA>
Data acquisition
Device control
Profile functions
Data corrections
Axis calibration
File formats (images)
File format (profiles)
Live mode, analog integration
photon counting, sequence recording
streak camera, readout camera, spectrometer, delay units
Real-time display, min/max, FWHM, Gauss fit
Background, sensitivity, curvature, jitter
Channel, time, wavelength
Binary (up to 32 bit), TIFF, ASCII
ASCll
Data analyzer C6760-58
C6760-58 is the system configuration of C6760-38 which includes the
Fluorescence lifetime data fitting software (TA-FIT).
Fitting display window
Fitting control window
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SPECIFICATIONS:
Peripheral equipment
Optical trigger
Light-emitting
phenomenon
Incident light
Input section
Streak camera
Spectrometer f=300 mm
C11119-02
ND filter set for streak camera
A7664
Universal streak camera
C10910
Beam splitter
Spectrograph mount table
A11350-14
Variable ND filter
Trigger
Trigger unit
.Delay unit C1097-05
.RF up converter unit C6207
.Delay unit for synchro scan C12270 .Digital delay generator DG645 C13430-02
.Streak trigger unit C4547-02
.Synchronous delay generator C10647-01
PIN diode head
C1083-01, C1808-03
Input section
Optical trigger
Spectrometer f=300 mm C11119-02
The combination with C10910 enables
to measure wavelength, time and light
intensity simultaneously.
(PIN diode head)
PIN diode head C1083-01 (for low repetition)
Used to generate a trigger signal for the
streak camera with lasers with low
repetition rates.
The following are needed in order to
connect these units to the streak camera:
Spectroscope mount table
Light source for wavelength axis calibration
(mercury lamp, etc.)
Type number
C11119-02
Optical layout
Czerny-Turner model
(with toroidal mirror for aberration correction)
Focal distance
F value
Incident light slit width
Grating
Type number
300 mm
4.0
Variable between 10 μm to 3 mm
C1083-01
400 nm to 1100 nm
0.8 ns
Head: (W)100 mm × (D)50 mm × (H)160 mm to 235 mm / 400 g
Power supply unit: (W)100 mm × (D)100 mm × (H)83 mm / 400 g
+18 V (battery)
3
( Additional turret/grating available)
Reciprocal dispersion
PIN diode head C1808-03 (for high repetition)
2.38 nm/mm
(when using 1200 gr/mm)
Dimenstions/weight
Spectral response
Risetime
Dimensions/
weight
Power supply
Used to generate a synchronization
signal for the streak camera with
mode-locked lasers.
(W)377 mm × (D)305 mm × (H)217 mm / 15.9 kg
Spectrograph mount table A11350-14
A mount table to set up and to fix a streak camera and a spectrograph.
FC adapter A6368
Fiber-optic input optics can be connected in place of the incident light slit in the
streak camera.
Type number
Gratings (typical examples)
No. of
grooves
Blaze
wavelength
Wavelength
range
Measurement
wavelength
range *
resolution
40 gr/mm
500 nm
335 nm to 750 nm
Approx. 358 nm
Approx. 5.3 nm
50 gr/mm
600 nm
400 nm to 1200 nm
Approx. 286 nm
Approx. 4.2 nm
100 gr/mm
450 nm
300 nm to 700 nm
Approx. 143 nm
Approx. 2.1 nm
150 gr/mm
300 nm
200 nm to 500 nm
Approx. 95 nm
Approx. 1.4 nm
150 gr/mm
500 nm
335 nm to 750 nm
Approx. 95 nm
Approx. 1.4 nm
300 gr/mm
500 nm
335 nm to 750 nm
Approx. 47 nm
Approx. 0.7 nm
600 gr/mm
500 nm
335 nm to 750 nm
Approx. 23 nm
Approx. 0.34 nm
1200 gr/mm
500 nm
335 nm to 750 nm
Approx. 10 nm
Approx. 0.15 nm
* This is the wavelength range within which simultaneous measurement is possible
when used in combination with ORCA-Flash4.0 V2.
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Minimum input level
Saturation output level
Frequency band
Power supply
C1808-03
1 mW (f=80 MHz, λ=800 nm, FWHM<1 ps)
Approx. 1.5 Vp-p (50 Ω)
<100 MHz
AC100 V to AC240 V, 50 Hz / 60 Hz
ND filter set for streak camera A7664
The adjustment tool of input light
intensity for C1808-03. A variable ND
filter and a laser beam splitter are
included.
Trigger units
Delay unit C1097-05
A jitter-free delay unit that can be used
for single-sweep as well as synchroscan
setups.
Type number
Variable delay range
Delay setting range
Minimum delay time
Maximum input voltage
Interface
Power supply
Power consumption
Dimensions / weight
C1097-05
0 ns to 31.96 ns
30 ps, 60 ps, 120 ps, 250 ps, 500 ps,
1 ns, 2 ns, 4 ns, 8 ns, 16 ns
Approx.12 ns
30 V
USB 2.0
AC 100 V to AC 240 V
Approx. 30 VA
(W)215 mm × (D)350 mm × (H)102 mm / 3.2 kg
Delay unit for synchro scan C12270-01, -02, -03
Used in combination with a synchroscan
unit M10911-01,-02, the C12270 is used to
adjust the phase of the synchronization
signal. In addition, the phase can be
stabilized, thereby allowing the stable
acquisition of streak images over a long
period of time.
Type number
C12270-01
C12270-02
C12270-03
Input signal Input
75 MHz to 110 MHz 110 MHz to 165 MHz
250 MHz
-3 dBm/50 Ω to 6 dBm/50 Ω -3 dBm/50 Ω to 6 dBm/50 Ω 0 dBm/50 Ω to 6 dBm/50 Ω
Ref.in
Input level : -35 dBm/50 Ω to 10 dBm/50 Ω
Output signal level
0 dBm/50 Ω to 10 dBm/50 Ω
Valuable delay range
Phase angle : 360 °
Interface
USB 2.0
Power supply
AC100 V to AC240 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz
Power consumption
Approx. 50 VA
Dimensions / weight
(W)262 mm × (D)333 mm × (H)74 mm / 3.5 kg
* Patented
* Output signale level is fluctuated along with input signal level
* The output signal level is changed by the delay and the drift level of phase lock.
RF up converter unit C6207
Generates 100 MHz output signal
synchronized with 10 MHz input signal.
Can be used to stably synchronize a
synchroscan unit by inputting the reference
output signal of a commercially available
frequency synthesizer.
Type number
Input signal frequency
Input level
Output frequency
Output signal level (typ.)
Timing jitter
Power supply
Power consumption
Dimensions / weight
C6207
10 MHz ±10 Hz
-10 dBm to 0 dBm / 50 Ω
100 MHz
3 dBm / 50 Ω
< 1 ps rms
AC 100 V to AC 240 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz
Approx. 20 VA
(W)262 mm × (D)330 mm × (H)74 mm / 3.2 kg
Synchronous delay generator C10647-01
Streak trigger unit C4547-02
Convert external trigger signal to gate
trigger and streak trigger signal, and
provide them to a single sweep unit.
Dividing function enables to operate an
external trigger that is faster than the
sweep frequency of a single sweep unit.
Type number
Input signal frequency
Input level
Output signal level
Output frequency
Dimensions / weight
Digital delay generator DG645 C13430-02
The DG645 is a general-purpose delay
generator that matches the streak camera
timing with the pulsed laser timing, mainly
for slower streak times.
When using a Ti-Sapphire laser in
conjunction with a pulse picker, this
unit generates low-jitter trigger signals
synchronized with the laser repetition
rate.
Type number
Type number
Input signal frequency
Input signal level
Impedance
Input signal frequency
TRIG.IN
Input signal level
Impedance
Output signal level
OUTPUT A
Impedance
OUTPUT B, C, D Output signal level
Impedance
Operation mode
Mode-lock IN
Dimensions / weight
C10647-01
10 MHz to 200 MHz
0 dBm to 15 dBm
50 Ω
0 MHz to 16 MHz
+0.25 V to +3 V
50 Ω / High Z (10 kΩ)
2V
50 Ω
2.5 V
50 Ω
Internal, External, Dump
(W)333 mm × (D)262 mm × (H)74 mm / 3.2 kg
C4547-02
10 MHz to 200 MHz
0 dBm to 15 dBm / 50 Ω
3 Vp-p/50 Ω
1 Hz to 100 kHz (variable)
(W)262 mm × (D)333 mm × (H)74 mm / 2.5 kg
Number of output channels
Output level
Variable delay range
Delay resolution
Internal delay time
Repetition rate
Jitter
Interface
Dimensions / weight
C13430-02
4 ch (AB, CD, EF, GH output terminal)
0.5 V to 5.0 V / 50 Ω
0 ps to 2000 s
5 ps
85 ns
Single to 10 MHz
< 25 ps rms
GPIB/RS-232C
(W)216 mm × (D)330 mm × (H)89 mm / 4.1 kg
Other
Other peripheral devices may also be available. Please feel free to consult with
HAMAMATSU.
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Dimensional outlines
Operating principle
(Unit : mm)
Universal streak camera C10910 (Approx.19.0 kg Main unit only)
225
ORCA-Flash4.0 V2
Space
305
160
Incident light
40.8
80.2
620
Time
Slit
Photocathode
(light electrons)
Power supply (Approx. 5.9 kg)
123.5
C10910
POWER
4
230
292
28
250
308
100
SLIT
200
6-M6 Installation hole
300
470
450
50
300
40
Universal streak camera C10910
+ Spectrometer f=300 mm C11119-02
+ Spectrograph mount table A11350-14
Streak image
on phosphor screen
Lens
Optical
intensity
Time
300
Sweep circuit
Trigger signal
Sweep electrode
(where electrons
are swept in the
direction from top
to bottom)
Accelerating electrode
(where electrons
are accelerated)
MCP
(which multiplies
electrons)
Phosphor screen
(electrons light)
Space
The intensity of the incident light
can be read from the brightness
of the phosphor screen, and the
time and space from the position
of the phosphor screen.
The light pulse to be measured is projected onto the slit and is focused by the lens into
an optical image on the photocathode of the streak tube. Changing the temporal and
spatial offset slightly each time, four light pulses, each with a different light itensity, are
introduced through the slit and conducted to the photocathode.
Here, the photons are converted into a number of electrons proportional to the intensity
of the incident light. The four light pulses are converted sequentially to electrons which
are then accelerated and conducted towards the phosphor screen.
As the group of electrons created from the four light pulses passes between a pair of
sweep electrodes, a high voltage is applied (see above), resulting in a high-speed
sweep (the electrons are swept in the direction from top to bottom). The electrons are
deflected at different times, and at slightly different angles in the perpendicular direction,
and are then conducted to the MCP (micro-channel plate).
As the electrons pass the MCP, they are multiplied several thousands of times and are
then bombarded against the phosphor screen, where they are converted back into light.
The fluorescence image corresponding to the first incident light pulse is positioned at the
top of the phosphor screen, followed by the others, with images proceeding in
descending order; in other words, the axis in the perpendicular direction on the
phosphor screen serves as the temporal axis. The brightnesses of the various
fluorescence images are proportional to the intensities of the corresponding incident
light pulses. The positions in the horizontal direction on the phosphor screen correspond
to the positions of the incident light in the horizontal direction.
THE PRINCIPLE OF PHOTON COUNTING INTEGRATION
Photoelectrons given off from the photocathode of the streaktube are multiplied at a high
integration rate by the MCP, and one photoelectron is counted as one intensity point on
the phosphor screen. A threshold value is then used with this photoelectron image to
clearly separate out noise.
10
1090
Separation of photoelectron
image and noise
C10910
ORCA-Flash4.0 V2
A/D
conversion
value
Photoelectron image
Threshold
value
200
345
SP2300i
Photon counting integration
Signal output from CCD camera
Noise
Time
(wavelength)
0ps 200ps 400ps 600ps 800ps 1ns 1.2ns 1.4ns 1.6ns 1.8ns
Light source: PLP (λ=800 nm)
Integration time: 1 min
Positions in the photoelectron image which are above the threshold value are detected
and are integrated in the memory, enabling noise to be eliminated completely. This
makes it possible to achieve data measurements with a high dynamic range and high
S/N.
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France: Hamamatsu Photonics France S.A.R.L.: 19, Rue du Saule Trapu, Parc du Moulin de Massy, 91882 Massy Cedex, France, Telephone: (33)1 69 53 71 00, Fax: (33)1 69 53 71 10 E-mail: [email protected]
United Kingdom: Hamamatsu Photonics UK Limited: 2 Howard Court,10 Tewin Road, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire AL7 1BW, UK, Telephone: (44)1707-294888, Fax: (44)1707-325777 E-mail: [email protected]
North Europe: Hamamatsu Photonics Norden AB: Torshamnsgatan 35 16440 Kista, Sweden, Telephone: (46)8-509-031-00, Fax: (46)8-509-031-01 E-mail: [email protected]
Italy: Hamamatsu Photonics Italia S.r.l.: Strada della Moia, 1 int. 6, 20020 Arese (Milano), Italy, Telephone: (39)02-935-81-733, Fax: (39)02-935-81-741 E-mail: [email protected]
China: Hamamatsu Photonics (China) Co., Ltd.: 1201 Tower B, Jiaming Center, 27 Dongsanhuan Beilu, Chaoyang District, 100020 Beijing, China, Telephone: (86)10-6586-6006, Fax: (86)10-6586-2866 E-mail: [email protected]
Taiwan: Hamamatsu Photonics Taiwan Co., Ltd.: 8F-3, No.158, Section2, Gongdao 5th Road, East District, Hsinchu, 300, Taiwan R.O.C. Telephone: (886)03-659-0080, Fax: (886)07-811-7238 E-mail: [email protected]
Cat. No. SHSS0016E09
APR/2016 HPK
Created in Japan
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