iKon-XL Launch Webinar

December 2015

The official launch webinar of the iKon XL Very Large Area CCD platform. The iKon-XL uniquely uses patent-pending ‘ColdSpace™’ technology to thermoelectrically cool a back-illuminated 16.8 Megapixel Very Large Area CCD sensor (e2v) down to -100 °C, circumventing the need for liquid nitrogen or cryo coolers. Extended Dynamic Range technology, facilitates lowest noise and maximum well depth within one scan, complemented by up to 18-bit digitization. Flexible connectivity is standard through either USB 3.0 or a long distance direct fibre optic interface. This webinar was presented by Dr Colin Coates, Product Manager Andor Technology, and provided in-depth insight into the key features and benefits of this camera

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The bright star survey telescope for the planetary transit survey in Antarctica
Evaluation of genetic damage in tobacco and arsenic exposed population of Southern Assam, India using buccal cytome assay and comet assay
Chloroquine-induced glioma cells death is associated with mitochondrial membrane potential loss, but not oxidative stress
First Demonstration of Imaging Cosmic Muons in a Two-Phase Liquid Argon TPC using an EMCCD Camera and a THGEM
The state of Pluto's atmosphere in 2012–2013
Study of three 2013 novae: V1830 Aql, V556 Ser and V809 Cep
The influence of the tube diameter on the properties of an atmospheric pressure He micro-plasma jet
Optimising the signal-to-noise ratio in measurement of photon pairs with detector arrays
Statistics of twin-beam states by photon-number resolving detectors up to pump depletion
The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox in twin images
Spatial properties of twin-beam correlations at low-to high-intensity transition
Coherence properties of high-gain twin beams generated in pump-depletion regime
The planetary nebula IPHASXJ211420. 0+ 434136 (Ou5): insights into common-envelope dynamical and chemical evolution
Precursor flares in OJ 287
Comprehensive time series analysis of the transiting extrasolar planet WASP-33b
The influence of non-imaging detector design on heralded ghost-imaging and ghost-diffraction examined using a triggered ICCD camera
Finding Very Small Near-Earth Asteroids using Synthetic Tracking
EMCCD photometry reveals two new variable stars in the crowded central region of the globular cluster NGC 6981
The Next Generation Transit Survey (NGTS)
High-speed photometry of faint cataclysmic variables-VIII. Targets from the Catalina Real-time Transient Survey

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