ORCA-Lightning X X-ray sCMOS camera
The C15606-102P is a high-sensitivity X-ray sCMOS camera with a field of view that is approximately twice that of Hamamatsu’s conventional model. It achieves both a high resolution of 12 million pixels and a high readout speed of 121 frames/s, allowing the imaging of faster phenomena than those that used to be captured in the past, with a wide field of view and high resolution.
A large area sensor of 25.344 mm × 14.256 mm is adopted to achieve a field of view that is approximately twice that of the conventional model C12849-111U.
With a high resolution of 12 million pixels, wide-field imaging is achieved.
While maintaining the same level of readout noise as the C12849-111U, it achieves high-speed imaging at a readout speed of approximately 10 times as compared with the same number of pixels.
It can capture high-speed phenomena that could not be fully captured in the past.
* Standard Full Well Capacity mode
|Imaging device||Scientific CMOS image sensor|
|Effective no. of pixels||4608 (H) × 2592 (V)|
|Cell size||5.5 μm (H) × 5.5 μm (V)|
|Effective area||25.344 mm (H) × 14.256 mm (V)|
|Scintillator||GOS(P43) 20 μm|
|Full well capacity||Standard Full Well Capacity mode: 1000 electrons (typ.)
High Full Well Capacity mode: 38 000 electrons (typ.)
|Readout speed||Standard Full Well Capacity mode: 121 frames/s (in all pixel scan mode)
High Full Well Capacity mode: 30 frames/s (in all pixel scan mode)
|Readout noise||Standard Full Well Capacity mode: 2.2 electrons rms (typ.)
High Full Well Capacity mode: 3.0 electrons rms (typ.)
|Exposure time||Standard Full Well Capacity mode: 6.304 μs to 1 s *1
High Full Well Capacity mode: 50.432 μs to 1 s
|Cooling method||Air cooled (Peltier cooling + Forced-air cooled), Water cooled|
|Cooling temperature||Air cooled (Ambient temperature: +25 °C): +30 °C
Water cooled (Water temperature: +25 °C): +30 °C
|Dark current||Air cooled (Cooling temperature: +30 °C): 20 electrons/pixel/s (typ.)|
|Dynamic range||Standard Full Well Capacity mode: 550: 1 (typ.) *2
High Full Well Capacity mode: 15 000: 1 (typ.) *2
|External trigger input mode||Edge trigger, Level trigger, Synchronous readout trigger, Global reset edge trigger, Global reset level trigger, Start trigger|
|Trigger output||Global exposure timing output, Programmable timing outputs, Trigger ready output, High output, Low output|
|Interface||CoaXPress (Quad CXP-6)|
|Maximum tube voltage||25 kV to 70 kV|
|A/D converter||Standard Full Well Capacity mode: 12 bit
High Full Well Capacity mode: 16 bit
|Power supply||AC100 V to AC240 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz|
|Power consumption||Approx. 200 VA|
|Ambient operating temperature||+15 °C to +29 °C *3|
|Ambient storage temperature||-10 °C to +50 °C|
|Ambient operating humidity||30 % to 60 % Forced-air cooled (with no condensation) *3|
|Ambient storage humidity||80 % max. (with no condensation)|
* 1 If a long exposure time is set, saturated pixels may occur. In such cases, use of a High Full Well Capacity mode is recommended.
* 2 Calculated from the ratio of the full well capacity and the readout noise (median).
* 3 If the operating ambient temperature or operating ambient humidity is not satisfied, the cooling process is stopped to protect the camera, and the digital data of the image is set to 0 counts, which is notified.
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