iDus spectroscopy CCD Camera is designed with the lowest noise to provide an ultra sensitive and high dynamic range detector for use in a wide range of both conventional and demanding spectroscopic applications. iDus offer a wide range of different format sensors to optimize the detector for your specific application.
Andor’s new iDus 416 platform boasts a unique combination of very low dark noise and very high QE, offering unrivalled sensitivity in the near-infrared. This makes it the ideal detector for NIR Raman and Photoluminescence, reducing greatly acquisition times and removing the need for inconvenient LN2 cooling.
The unique 2000 x 256, 15 µm pixel array allows extended, broadband and high resolution spectral acquisition, while the fringe suppression technology virtually eliminates the optical etalonning at the higher wavelengths.
With its compact form factor and USB 2.0 connectivity, the iDus 416 can be seamlessly integrated to Shamrock USB 2.0 spectrographs and controlled from a laptop. Andor’s UltraVac™ technology carries a unique track record when it comes to performance and reliability, maintaining superb performance year after year for both Research users and industrial integrators.
Low dark current – 10x better than Back-Illuminated Deep-Depletion NIMO sensors, best SNR in the NIR.
Peak QE up to 95% – Best detection capability in the NIR.
15 µm pixels – Ideal for high resolution spectroscopy.
30 mm wide sensor – Superior simultaneous band-pass capture
Fringe suppression technology as standard – Optical etalonning virtually eliminated.
TE cooling down to -95°C – Critical for elimination of dark current detection limit – no inconvenience associated with LN2
Ultravac™ – Critical for sustained vacuum integrity and to maintain unequalled cooling and QE performance year after year.
USB 2.0 connection – Ideal for laptop operation.
Compact and rugged platform – Ideal for OEM integration & laboratory setups.
Solis software for Spectroscopy – Comprehensive, user-friendly interface for simultaneous detector & spectrograph control
Software Development Kit (SDK) – Ease of control integration into complex setups: Matlab, Labview, Visual Basic or C/C++