HAMAMATSU C11440

Scientific
OEutM
ion
CMOS Board-Level Camera
Preliminary
C11440-50B
Sol
The core of the C11440-50B camera is the new scientific image sensor
FL-280, an advanced CMOS detector that simultaneously achieves high
resolution, fast readout speeds and low noise. With its small size,
board-level design and simple, low-cost integration using IEEE1394b
with bus power, the C11440-50B is the ideal camera for OEM scientific
imaging.
A p p lic a t io n s
High speed Ca2+ imaging
Ratio imaging
FRET
TIRF microscopy
Live cells expressing GFP
Time lapse fluorescence imaging
Low noise
High resolution
High speed readout
High dynamic range
3 electrons (r.m.s.)
2.8 megapixel
45 frames/second
4500: 1
Micromorphological observation
Real-time confocal microscopy
Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH)
Failure analysis
Semiconductor inspection
X-ray scintillator readout
Featur e s
High image quality (no fixed pattern noise)
Linearity
Comparison of noise performance (no image correction)
Linearity characteristics
● Conventional CMOS camera
● C11440-50B
4000
Output count
3500
3000
2500
2000
1500
1000
500
0
0
▲ Exposure time: 15 ms
About twice the resolution of CCD (2/3 inch, 1.3 megapixel)
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
Incoming photons (relative)
▲ Exposure time: 50 ms
Wider field of view than CCD (2/3 inch, 1.3 megapixel)
Comparison of field of view
Comparison of resolution
● Bright field observation (Sample: Test Plate)
● Bright field observation (Sample: Test Plate)
▲ CCD
(2/3 inch, 1.3 megapixel)
▲ CCD (2/3 inch, 1.3 megapixel)
(without relay lens)
▲Entire image
▲ C11440-50B
▲ C11440-50B (0.5x relay lens used)
Functions
External trigger functions and timing output functions
● Global exposure trigger
● Synchronous readout trigger
● Start trigger
● Trigger delay function
● Programmable timing output
● Global exposure timing output
● Trigger ready output
Analog gain
Comparison
● Analog gain 8x
● Analog gain 1x
▲ These graphs show the intensity profile of the white line in each image.
Speci fications
Readout mode / speed (Unit: frame/s)
Sub-array
1920 (H) ×
1920 (H) ×
1920 (H) ×
1920 (H) ×
1920 (H) ×
1920 (H) ×
1440 (V)
1080 (V)
600 (V)
240 (V)
80 (V)
8 (V)
8 bit
22.7
30
52.3
118
270
1273
8 bit
45.4
60
104
236
540
1273
50
40
30
20
10
0
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1100
1200
Wavelength (nm)
Dime n s io n a l o u t lin e s
■ C11440-50B (Approx. 80 g)
4-φ3.5
U n i t: mm
18.5±0.5
85±1
77±0.3
t1.6
1-32UN (C-Mount)
12 bit
30
39.6
69
156
356
840
Computer
C11440-50B
C-mount
lens
2 bus
12 bit
15
19.8
34.5
78.1
178
840
60
S y s t e m c o n f ig u ra t io n
*Digital binning processing in the camera
**Calculated from the ratio of the full well capacity and the readout noise.
1 bus
70
34±0.5
3 electrons (gain 8x)
18000 electrons
1× to 8× (256 steps)
4500: 1 (gain 1×)
12 bit or 8 bit
20 μs to 1 s (at internal trigger/external trigger)
Edge trigger, Level trigger
Global exposure trigger
Synchronous readout trigger
Start trigger
Trigger delay function
0 μs to 1 s (10 μs step)
Trigger output
Programmable timing output
Global exposure timing output
Trigger ready output
Lens mount
C-mount
Interface
IEEE1394b × 2 bus
Connector
9-pin IEEE1394b connecter (Industrial type) × 2
Power requirements
IEEE1394b bus power / DC 8 V to 30 V
Power consumption
Lower than 3 W
Ambient storage temperature - 10 ˚C to + 50 ˚C
Ambient operating temperature 0 ˚C to + 40 ˚C
Ambient storage /operating humidity 70 % max. (no condensation)
● Spectral response
85±1
77±0.3
Binning*
Readout noise (r.m.s.) typ.
Full well capacity typ.
Analog gain
Dynamic range typ.**
A/D converter
Exposure time
External trigger mode
C11440-50B
Board type
Scientific CMOS Image Sensor FL-280
1920 (H) × 1440 (V)
3.63 μm (H) × 3.63 μm (V)
6.97 mm (H) × 5.23 mm (V)
45.4 frames/s to 1273 frames/s
2× 2
Quantum efficiency (%)
Type number
Camera type
Imaging device
Effective number of pixels
Cell size
Effective area
Readout speed
1394b(BusPower)
1394b(BusPower)
Standard
Option
Software
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