- 高VUV/EUV/XUV 灵敏度
- 大视场，像面尺寸61.4 x 61.7 mm
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By exploiting the power of the water window region of the electromagnetic spectrum in which water is transparent to X-rays 282 eV (carbon K-edge) – 533 eV (oxygen K-edge) it is possible to study organic species in vivo cryogenically suspended to preserve their natural shape and structure. X-rays offer a unique non-destructive, in situ and in operando diagnostic technique to study the structure and biology of organic samples without the degradation often seen in electron microscopy techniques.
The advent of higher repetition rate lasers for high harmonic generation, synchrotron source upgrades and the development of X-ray free electron lasers is enabling brighter and higher repetition soft X-ray sources for the characterisation of organic species. Andor’s market leading sCMOS Marana-X camera combines the exceptional speed of sCMOS technology with low noise, high dynamic range readout with unparalleled quantum efficiency to meet the increasingly demanding imaging requirements driven by these technological advances. Furthermore, Andor’s open front iKon CCD range also offers extremely low dark current, high dynamic range and low noise readout for flux starved environments.
Neutron imaging is a technique typically used to analyse samples containing low- atomic number elements that provide best neutron attenuation characteristics (through absorption, scatter), e.g. Hydrogen, Nitrogen or Lithium. It is a complementary technique to X-ray imaging which relies on different interaction mechanisms with matter.
Neutron computed tomographic (CT) reconstructions are obtained from a series of two-dimensional images (cross sections) of the samples taken at different angles. These 2D projections can be combined through software computation to build a three-dimensional view of the inside of the sample.
These non-destructive techniques can be used to study hydrogenous fluid dynamics or fluid distribution (e.g. water) in metal objects, corrosion processes, complex archaeological artefacts or geological samples inner structures. They can also be used for quality control of engineering systems (e.g. combustion engines, Li-ion batteries, fuel cells), to discriminate isotopes of the same element or to study water transport in biological materials (e.g. plants).
Neutron images are typically acquired using a scintillator (generally made of Lithium-based materials (e.g. LiF(ZnS) or plastic)), lens – coupled to a CCD or sCMOS detector. Andor’s unique Balor-X sCMOS camera offers unparalleled rapid 54 FPS full frame readout, 16 megapixel camera, with low noise and high dynamic range readout. Andor’s iKon-L and iKon-XL CCDs provide simultaneously large field of view, high dynamic range and low dark current, while Neo or Zyla sCMOS offers simultaneously fast acquisition rates and high dynamic range. If high time resolution is required Andor’s iStar sCMOS offers unparalleled frame rates with nanosecond gating capabilities.
Solis采集软件：一个32位和全64位支持的应用程序（适用于Windows 7, 8, 8.1 和10)，可提供丰富的数据采集和处理功能。Learn More
软件开发工具包：兼容32位和64位库（适用于Windows 7, 8, 8.1 和10)。兼容适用于Windows/Linux 的C/C++、C#、VB.NET、Matlab和LabVIEWLearn More
第三方开源平台：EPICS和TANGO-LIMA是可用于全球许多粒子加速器和大型科学仪器的硬件控制的开源软件平台。支持这些平台的Andor相机包括SDK2 / SDK3、 Windows和/或Linux上的CCD和 sCMOS。请参考下面的链接以了解更多信息。
The Learning Centre hosts a wide range of technical articles and webinars on various applications and techniques. Below are some key articles that are related to cameras for x-ray, euv, electron and neutron detection for further reading: