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IR-enhanced CCD area image sensor

S11500-1007

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Enhanced near infrared sensitivity: QE=40% (λ=1000 nm), back-thinned FFT-CCD

The S11500-1007 is an FFT-CCD image sensor for photometric applications that offers improved sensitivity in the near infrared region at wavelengths longer than 800 nm. Forming a MEMS structure on the back side of the CCD allows the S11500-1007 to have much higher sensitivity than our previous product (S7030-1007). In addition to having high near infrared sensitivity, the S11500-1007 can be used as an image sensor with a long active area in the direction of the sensor height by binning operation, making it suitable for detectors in Raman spectroscopy. Binning operation also ensures even higher S/N and signal processing speed compared to methods that use an external circuit to add signals digitally. The S11500-1007 is pin compatible with the S7030-1007, and so operates under the same drive conditions.


Features
- Enhanced near infrared sensitivity: QE=40% (λ=1000 nm)
- Pixel size: 24 × 24 μm
- Line, pixel binning
- MPP operation

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Specifications

Type Binning type
IR-enhanced type
Image size 24.576 x 2.928 mm
Number of effective pixels 1024 x 122 pixels
Pixel size 24 x 24 μm
Spectral response range 200 to 1100 nm
Line rate (typ.) 160 lines/s
Line rate (max.) 387 line/s
Dark current (typ.) 100 e-/pixel/s
Readout noise (typ.) 8 e- rms
Cooling Non-cooled
Window material Quartz
Package Metal
Dedicated driver circuit C7040
Measurement condition Typ. Ta=25 ℃, unless otherwise noted, Frame rate: full line binning, Dark current: MPP mode

Spectral response

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Dimensional outline (unit: mm)

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