Application Note

History And Development Of EMCCD Technology – What Is Gen III?


The earliest versions of EMCCD (Electron Multiplying CCD) sensors offered a new dimension in imaging that eliminated read noise from an image sensor, and enabled the required combination of extreme sensitivity and fast frame rates for advanced ultra-low light applications. Raptor Photonics now offers the next generation in EMCCD with higher resolution, smaller pixels, faster speeds without overclocking, and lower voltages on the EM gain register. Download the application note for a comparison between the first, second, and third generations of EMCCD technology, and an overview of the Falcon III that uses the newest generation of EMCCD.


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