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iDus 401 Series

The Scientific Grade, 1024 x 127 deep depletion spectroscopy CCD camera is ideally suited to rapid analysis, multi-channel and low-light applications including fluorescence and Raman spectroscopy. The 401’s range of Front and Back Illuminated and Deep Depletion sensor options provide optimised performance from UV through Visible to Near IR.

  • Peak QE of 95%
  • TE cooling to -100°C
  • UltraVac™
  • Single window design
  • Fringe suppression technology

Overview

The USB2.0-based iDus series is a compact, yet feature-rich platform suitable for demanding spectroscopy applications such as low-light UV/NIR Photoluminence or Raman spectroscopy, as well as day-to-day routine laboratory operation and integration into industry-grade systems.

The iDus 401 boasts market-leading deep thermo-electric cooling to -100°C, complemented by Andor’s UltravacTM technology with its un-matched reliability track record in the scientific and industrial community. The iDus low-noise electronics allows seamless access to the best signal-to-noise ratio performance for the widest range of photon detection regimes.

Anti-fringing comes as standard on back-thinned & back-illuminated sensors for this 1024 x 127, 26 μm pixels array optimized for high dynamic range, high resolution and rapid data acquisition from Far UV to NIR.

Specifications

Key Specifications
Model No. DV401A DU401A DU401A BR-DD
Sensor Options BVF: Back Illuminated CCD, Vis-optimized and anti-fringing
FI: Front Illuminated CCD
BR-DD: Back Illuminated CCD, Deep Depletion with anti-fringing optimum sensor for Near IR applications
Active Pixels 1024 x 127
Pixel Size 26 x 26 µm
Image Area 26.6 x 3.3 mm with 100% fill factor
Minimum Temperature Air Cooled -55 °C  -80 °C  -80 °C 
Coolant Recirculator -65 °C  -95 °C -95 °C
Coolant Chiller, Coolant @ 10 °C, 0.75 l/min -70 °C  -100 °C  -100 °C 
Max Spectra per Second  88 (10 row crop mode), 81 (Full Vertical Bin) 
System Window Type Single UV-grade fused silica window, uncoated. Various AR coatings & MgF2 options available Single UV-grade fused silica window; 1°wedge, AR coated on both sides, optimized at 900 nm
Blemish Specifications Grade 1 as per sensor manufacturer definition

Features and Benefits

Features Benefits
Peak QE up to 95% Visible-optimized ‘BVF’ & infrared-optimized ‘BR-DD’ model
Fringe suppression technology as standard Fringing greatly eliminated (Deep-Depletion) or minimized (Back-Thinned ‘BVF‘)
TE cooling down to -100°C Critical for elimination of dark current detection limit - no inconvenience associated with LN2.
Ultravac™ Critical for sustained vacuum integrity and to maintain unequalled cooling and QE performance, year after year
Single UV-grade fused silica window Best UV-NIR throughput performance, specific AR coating and wedge options available.
26 x 26 μm pixels Optimized pixel format for high dynamic range and resolution.
Software-selectable pre-amplifier gain Choice of best SNR performance of dynamic range at the touch of a button.
USB 2.0 connection Ideal for laptop operation. Seamless operation alongside USB-based Shamrock spectrograph family
Compact and rugged platform Ideal for OEM integration & laboratory setups.
Solis software for Spectroscopy Comprehensive, user-friendly interface for simultaneous detector & spectrograph control.
Software Development Kit (SDK) Ease of control integration into complex setups: Matlab, Labview, Visual Basic or C/C++.

Graphs

Graphs and Drawings
Dark Current

QE at 20 °C
 
QE at -100 °C
 
 Dimensions - Front
 
 Dimensions - Side

 Connector Panel

 Typical Setup

 
 

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Learning

The Andor Learning Center hosts a wide range of case studies, technical articles and webinars to guide you through the many features of our portfolio.

Papers

AuthorTitle
Metal-coordination: using one of nature's tricks to control soft material mechanics
Effect of the laser and light-emitting diode (LED) phototherapy on midpalatal suture bone formation after rapid maxilla expansion: a Raman spectroscopy analysis
A facile and real-time spectroscopic method for biofluid analysis in point-of-care diagnostics
Wrapping and dispersion of multiwalled carbon nanotubes improves electrical conductivity of protein–nanotube composite biomaterials
Tuning the 3D plasmon field of nanohole arrays
Rational Assembly of Optoplasmonic Hetero‐nanoparticle Arrays with Tunable Photonic–Plasmonic Resonances
Crystallinity and compositional changes in carbonated apatites: Evidence from< sup> 31 P solid-state NMR, Raman, and AFM analysis
Raman spectroscopy demonstrates prolonged alteration of bone chemical composition following extremity localized irradiation
A combined dielectrophoresis-Raman setup for the classification of pathogens recovered from the urinary tract
Detection of Microcalcification in Tissue by Raman Spectroscopy
Raman spectroscopy study of molecular hydrogen solubility in water at high pressure
Picosecond spectral coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering imaging with principal component analysis of meibomian glands
pH-induced metal-ligand cross-links inspired by mussel yield self-healing polymer networks with near-covalent elastic moduli
Nonlinear Optical Response from Arrays of Au Bowtie Nanoantennas
Synchrotron UV Visible Multispectral Luminescence Microimaging of Historical Samples
Characterization of Multicomponent Aerosols by Raman Spectroscopy
Catalyst-Free Growth of Zinc Oxide Nanorod Arrays on Sputtered Aluminum-Doped Zinc Oxide for Photovoltaic Applications
Spectroscopic Ultra-Trace Detection of Nitroaromatic Gas Vapor on Rationally Designed Two-Dimensional Nanoparticle Cluster Arrays
Spectral Measurements of Inductively Coupled and Helicon Discharge Modes of a Laboratory Argon Plasma Source
Reaction pathways of ethanol electrooxidation on polycrystalline platinum catalysts in acidic electrolytes

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iDus Spectroscopy CCD - 401 Series
The Scientific Grade, 1024 x 127 CCD camera is ideally suited to rapid analysis, multi-channel and low-light applications including fluorescence and Raman spectroscopy. The 401’s range of Front and Back Illuminated and Deep Depletion sensor options provide optimised performance from UV through Visible to Near IR (1016 R2)