BNC connector accepts positive or negative trigger. LED on camera indicates triggering. Will synchronize with laser repetition rates up to 1KHz. Built in pre-trigger allows synchronization to even sub-nanosecond pulses.
Same connector can provide trigger out to synch laser. Supports programmable delay on Strobe Out
Same connector accepts photodiode trigger (see below)
50W/cm2 / 0.1J/cm2 with all filters installed for <100ns pulse width(3)
Dimensions and CCD recess
96mm x 76mm x 16mm CCD recess: 4.5mm below surface
Image quality at 1064nm
Pulsed with trigger synch - excellent Pulsed with video trigger - good CW - poor
Interline transfer progressive scan CCD
Camera set to full resolution at maximum frame rate and equivalent exposure times, running CW at 632.8nm wavelength. Camera set to minimum useful gain for saturation test and maximum useful gain for lowest signal test.
May be useable for wavelengths below 350nm but sensitivity is low and detector deterioration may occur. Therefore UV image converter is recommended. Although our silicon cameras have shown response out to 1320nm it can cause significant blooming which could lead to significant errors of beam width measurement. We would suggest our XC130 InGaAs camera for these wavelengths to give you the best measurements.
This is the damage threshold of the filter glass of the filters. Assuming all filters mounted with ND1 (red housing) filter in the front. Distortion of the beam may occur with average power densities as low as 5W/cm2