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IR-Enhanced CCD Image Sensors for Raman Spectroscopy

Source: Hamamatsu Corporation

IR-Enhanced CCD Image Sensors for Raman Spectroscopy

Hamamatsu’s S11500-1007 and S11510 series are back-thinned CCDs with improved NIR sensitivity, and they are ideal as detectors in Raman Spectroscopy. Our unique technology in laser processing was used to form a MEMS structure on the back side of the CCD. This improved the CCD’s sensitivity in the NIR region, which is particularly beneficial for detecting long-wavelength Raman emissions.

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Datasheet: IR-Enhanced CCD Image Sensors for Raman Spectroscopy: S11500-1007
Datasheet: IR-Enhanced CCD Image Sensors for Raman Spectroscopy: S11510-1006

Contact Hamamatsu for more information on their IR-Enhanced CCD Image Sensors for Raman Spectroscopy or to discuss your application.

These CCDs feature 40% quantum efficiency at 1000 nm, and have a wide spectral response range from 200 nm to 1100 nm.

In addition, the CCD can be operated as a linear image sensor by binning pixels. The binning operation ensures even higher signal-to-noise ratio and faster signal processing speed compared to methods that use an external circuit to add signals digitally.

S11500-1007 features:

 

  • Enhanced NIR sensitivity: 40% QE at 1000 nm
  • Spectral response: 200 nm to 1100 nm
  • Wide dynamic range
  • Low readout noise
  • MPP operation
  • Pixel size: 24 x 24 µm
  • Number of active pixels: 1024 (H) x 122 (V) pixels

 

S11510 series features:

 

  • Enhanced NIR sensitivity: 40% QE at 1000 nm
  • Spectral response: 200 nm to 1100 nm
  • High CCD node sensitivity: 6.5 µV/e-
  • High full-well capacity and wide dynamic range
  • Antiblooming function
  • MPP operation
  • Pixel size: 14 x 14 µm
  • S11510-1006: 1024 (H) x 64 (V) pixels
  • S11510-1106: 2048 (H) x 64 (V) pixels

 

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Datasheet: IR-Enhanced CCD Image Sensors for Raman Spectroscopy: S11500-1007
Datasheet: IR-Enhanced CCD Image Sensors for Raman Spectroscopy: S11510-1006

Visit Hamamatsu’ website for more information.