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iKon-M X-ray camera

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Andor Technology, a provider of scientific imaging and spectroscopy solutions, has launched the iKon-M X-ray camera. This extension to the established iKon family of low light imaging cameras is designed to deliver high-performance solutions for direct detection X-ray needs, and is available in two variants: DO and DY. The DO variant interfaces easily with vacuum chambers, whereas the DY variant is a stand-alone camera with a beryllium input window.

The new camera offers low read noise floor, high QE across the X-ray, XUV and EUV energy ranges, and boasts negligible dark current with thermoelectric cooling to as low as -90ºC, ideal for maximising signal to noise for low photon flux applications. Readout speeds of up to 2.5MHz enable faster frame rate imaging of dynamic processes.