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ADSC Quantum 315 CCD detector Specification
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Quantum 315 CCD X-ray detector general description
Quantum 315 CCD X-ray detector is a three by three array CCD detector, consisting of nine modules. The total active area is approximately 99225 mm2 (315 x 315 mm) with no more than 400 m slit between detecting areas. Total number of pixels = 6140 x 6140 with final image size about 37.75 Mb.
CCD controllersReadout times for different CCD detector modes.
CCD chip specification
Each individual Thomson THX7899 (2K x 2K) chip with 2048 x 2048 pixels (all of them are used) is connected via fiber optic taper ratio is 3.6 to 1 to 105 x 105 mm X-ray sensitive phosphor area, optimized for 1 Å radiation. This mean that each pixel on CCD chip corresponds to 51µm square at the X-ray sensitive area.
ADSC Quantum 315r Detector System Overview
Standard installation package include:
ADSC Software for Quantum 315 CCD detectorQuantum 315 CCD detector is supplied with ADSC software package. ADSC software has modular design, which allowing use independent process via TCP/IP network with central Graphics User Interface (GUI) control. ADSC software with Graphics User Interface allow to make simple, safe control of data collection with estimation of the full data collection time and display collected images.
ADSC Warranty:ADSC warrants both parts and labor for any defects due to faulty material or workmanship for a period of two years from date of installation.
For more details please visit official web-site: http://www.adsc-xray.com/
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