Tag Archives: X-ray

Features of the LOTTE CCD Camera

LOTTE is the latest product release from greateyes. Equipped with the most advanced cooling concept that they have ever built and driven by the most powerful and versatile electronic platform, this in-vacuum, CCD camera is ready to set new standards in its class. LOTTE utilizes scientific-grade, back-illuminated CCD sensors for the detection of EUV, VUV, and X-ray signals. … Continue reading

11-Apr-2024 Blog, Cameras and Imaging, greateyes

Presenting the Ultimate Scientific CCD Camera for Spectroscopy Applications

Straight out of Berlin, greateyes presents the groundbreaking ALEX platform for spectroscopy applications across the VUV, EUV, soft X-ray, and hard X-ray range. This camera is perfect for detecting even the faintest signal intensities, because ALEX unlocks unprecedented possibilities for your measurements of tomorrow. ALEX combines cutting-edge, low-noise electronics and ultra-deep cooling technology in a … Continue reading

25-Mar-2024 Blog, Cameras and Imaging, greateyes

greateyes Camera Used in Correlative Microscopy Study

Learn about an application of the GE-VAC In-Vacuum Camera produced by greateyes in a recent study published in the journal “Microscopy and Microanalysis.” The article describing this study is entitled “Laboratory-Based Correlative Soft X-ray and Fluorescence Microscopy in an Integrated Setup.” Here is a synopsis of the article: Correlative microscopy is a powerful technique that combines … Continue reading

30-Nov-2023 Blog, Cameras and Imaging, greateyes

Photonis Provides Modulated X-Ray Sources for Space Mission

On 26 August 2023, The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) successfully launched their X-ray Imaging and Spectroscopy Mission (XRISM) with Photonis’s Modulated X-Ray Sources (MXS) on board. As a collaborative effort between JAXA and NASA, and with assistance from the ESA, the XRISM mission will observe x-rays released by extreme phenomena to assist scientists in studying … Continue reading

05-Sep-2023 Blog, Detectors, Photonis
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