The Sydor ROSS 5100 is an advanced data collection system. The Sydor ROSS Streak Camera system is the only self-calibrating streak camera with the highest precision and greatest accuracy of any commercially available instrument. The Sydor ROSS 5100 enables picosecond measurements of plasma and particle physics phenomenon with better than 1% measurement accuracy.
The Cordin Model 164 streak camera is the evolution of Cordin’s more than 20 years ofexperience in streak camera design and manufacturing. It uses a streak tube with a largephotocathode and high spatial resolution to give a broad range of data capture capability.It has an integrated, high resolution, high dynamic range CCD readout that ensures allinformation is captured in both detail and gray scale.
The Model 131 streak image is 3,250 pixels in the spatial axis, and 14,000 pixels along the temporalaxis. Optional extended record configurations offer up to 43,000 pixels on the temporal axis.The Model 131 has large pixels at 7.4 micron pitch. This allows for better dynamic range, as thesaturation threshold of the pixels is relatively high. The Model 131 is offered with two alternativerotating mirror turbines: the standard 1209 turbine operates to 5,000 rps and the optional 1231turbine operates...
The Model 131-HD is offered with two alternative rotating mirror turbines: the standard1209 turbine operates to 5,000 rps and the optional 1231 turbine operates to 7,500 rps.The turbines can reach 50% of full speed using compressed air or nitrogen. Helium isrequired to reach full speed.
Optoscope is a streak camera. Streak cameras are the only instruments capable to analyse in parallel the time behaviour of multiple optical events occurring along one direction. Ultimate temporal resolution, better than 2 ps (full width at half maximum of the shortest light pulse the camera can resolve). Extremely low jitter down to +/- 1 ps, allows streak image integration without temporal degradation.
The Sydor ROSS Streak Camera is exclusively designed to work with the Sydor ROSS Optical Calibration Module (OCM). Together with the OCM, the Sydor ROSS Streak Camera is capable of 1% measurement accuracy, remote operation, and auto-calibration for critical applications such as beam timing, temporal pulse shaping, and shock breakoutstudies/VISAR experiments.
The camera is intended for recording and measuring spatial-temporal parameters of high-speed phenomena in the field of soft x-rays radiation in a single-frame mode and a streak mode of sweeping the image under study.
The Sydor ROSS 2550 Streak Camera is an economical, smaller format streak camera for a variety of ultrafast applications where multiple data channels and auto-calibration is not required. The 2550 is most suitable for applications such as spectroscopy, detonics, energetics, VISAR experiments, and other diagnostic applications where single beam imaging is most important.
Introducing the latest evolution of the Sydor ROSS product family. Like the UV & IR versions, the X-Ray system will deliver high precision and accuracy enabling single secondary electron detection and world-class performance in the most demanding applications.
The universal camera allows to achieve: - the world highest rate of registration in 3-frame mode - 4 Bln frames per second with 150ps frame duration. - 1ps temporal resolution in "streak" mode. Non-distortion brightness intensifier with format and. - 115-1100nm spectral sensitivity range. The camera is equipped with non-distortion brightness intensifier with 25x25 mm CCD readout system (1392x1032 pixels, 12 bits ADC).
The release of OptoAnalyse software by Optronis delivers a software environment for comprehensive control of the OptoScope streak camera and for evaluating image data. The software achieves this by providing comprehensive image processing, correction functions and calibration options as well as high performance algorithms to improve the signal to noise ratio (SNR) in the image.
Sydor Instruments' compact, VCSEL optical comb generator delivers UV, Visible, or IR pulses on the order of several GHz for the most demanding applications. It is ideal for accurate, time base calibration of electrooptic instrumentation, sensors, detectors, and streak cameras.
The spectrograph is intended for application in non-stationary spectroscopy and permit to record a spectra dynamics of high-speed processes occurred in visible and NIR spectral ranges in single-frame and streak modes of recording. It is based on imaging monochromator-spectrograph of MS3504i-type (produced by joint Belorussian-Japanese enterprise «SOLAR TII») coupled with a streak camera K008 of our own production.