Instruments

Telescope Photométrique : ASA 10N

DATA SHEET ASA10N

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Ouverture Focal Champs QSI 683 Resolution:
       
f2.81 704mm 1.27° x 1.05° 1.58"/pixel
f3.6 900mm 1.14° x 0.86° 1.24"/pixel
f6.8 1700mm 36.32' x 27.34'

0.66"/pixel

 

Jeux de filtres photometriques Johnson et Stromgren

 

QSI 683 WSG

 



Feature Standard
CCD Manufacturer & Model     Kodak KAF-8300       
CCD Architecture Full Frame
     Microlens Yes
     Anti-blooming Yes (1000x)
Imager Size: (WxH) 17.96mm x 13.52mm
Pixel Array (WxH): 3348x2574 total pixels,
3326x2504 active (visible)
Pixel Size: 5.4µm x 5.4µm
  Typical Values
Pixel Full Well Depth 25,500 electrons
Absolute Quantum Efficiency Peak: 57%
400nm: 38%
Pixel Dark Current <0.02 electron per second at -10°C
Dark Current Doubling 5.8° C
Intrinsic Read Noise 8 electrons RMS
Dynamic Range 70 db
Charge Transfer Efficiency >0.999995
Thermoelectric CCD Cooling Temperature regulation +/- 0.1°C, @ 0°C  to -40°C CCD temperature
In free air,
Fans @ Full Speed
Typically 45°C below ambient air temperature with 85% cooling power
With Opt Liquid Cooling - Fans Off Typically 52°C below circulating liquid with 85% cooling power
(adds 0.75" to camera depth)
Cooling Fan Control Intelligent, user configurable
 
Read Rate User Selectable High Quality mode at 800KHz, High Speed mode at 8MHz
Camera Gain User Selectable High Gain 0.5 e-/ADU (default), Low Gain 1.1 e-/ADU
Digital Resolution 16 bits (both High Quality and High Speed mode)
Total System Read Noise Typically <8 electrons RMS (CCD specification limited) in High Quality mode
Typically <16 electrons RMS (CCD specification limited) in High Speed mode
Pixel Dark Current <0.1 electron per second at 0°C
Full Image Read and Download Time Typically <12 second (host computer dependent) in High Quality Mode (800KHz)
Typically ~1 second (host computer dependent) in High Speed Mode (8MHz)
Image download times will be reduced with binning and/or subframe (ROI)
Binning Modes Symmetrical and Asymmetrical binning up to 9 pixels horizonally or vertically