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Cryogenic design of the high speed CCD60 camera for wavefront sensing
He, Kai; Ma, Wenli; Wang, Mingfu; Zhou, Xiangdong; He, K (reprint author), Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Opt & Elect, Chengdu 610209, Peoples R China.
Volume9298
Pages92981P
2014
Language英语
ISSN0277-786X
DOI10.1117/12.2073010
Subtype会议论文
AbstractCCD60, developed by e2v technologies, is a 128x128 pixel frame-transfer back-illuminated sensor using the EMCCD technology. This kind of detector has some attractive characteristics, such as high frame rate, low noise and high quantum efficiency. So, it is suitable for Adaptive Optical Wave Front Sensor (AO WFS) applications. However, the performance of this detector is strongly depended on its temperature. In order to achieve high multiplication gain and low dark current noise, CCD60 should be cooled under -45 degrees C For this reason, we had designed a cooling system to cool down the CCD60 detector base on thermoelectric cooler. Detail of the design, thermal analysis and the cooling experiment are presented in this paper. The performance of multiplication gain after cooling had been tested too. The result of cooling experiment shows that the thermoelectric cooler can cool the CCD to below -60 degrees C under air cooled operation and an air temperature of 20 degrees C. The multiplication gain test tell us the multiplication gain of CCD60 can exceed 500 times on -60 degrees C.; CCD60, developed by e2v technologies, is a 128x128 pixel frame-transfer back-illuminated sensor using the EMCCD technology. This kind of detector has some attractive characteristics, such as high frame rate, low noise and high quantum efficiency. So, it is suitable for Adaptive Optical Wave Front Sensor (AO WFS) applications. However, the performance of this detector is strongly depended on its temperature. In order to achieve high multiplication gain and low dark current noise, CCD60 should be cooled under -45 degrees C For this reason, we had designed a cooling system to cool down the CCD60 detector base on thermoelectric cooler. Detail of the design, thermal analysis and the cooling experiment are presented in this paper. The performance of multiplication gain after cooling had been tested too. The result of cooling experiment shows that the thermoelectric cooler can cool the CCD to below -60 degrees C under air cooled operation and an air temperature of 20 degrees C. The multiplication gain test tell us the multiplication gain of CCD60 can exceed 500 times on -60 degrees C.
Conference NameProceedings of SPIE: INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON OPTOELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATION 2014: IMAGING SPECTROSCOPY; AND TELESCOPES AND LARGE OPTICS
Conference Date2014
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Identifierhttp://ir.ioe.ac.cn/handle/181551/7710
Collection光电传感技术研究室(六室)
Corresponding AuthorHe, K (reprint author), Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Opt & Elect, Chengdu 610209, Peoples R China.
Affiliation1.[He, Kai
2.Ma, Wenli
3.Wang, Mingfu
4.Zhou, Xiangdong] Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Opt & Elect, Chengdu 610209, Peoples R China
5.[He, Kai] Univ Chinese Acad Sci, Beijing 100039, Peoples R China
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He, Kai,Ma, Wenli,Wang, Mingfu,et al. Cryogenic design of the high speed CCD60 camera for wavefront sensing[C],2014:92981P.
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