Scientific Components

Electro-Optics

We supply a wide range of scientific detectors for application within the medical industry, as well as defense and surveillance. Our partner Photonis help us manufacture our solutions. We can design and modify products and solutions to fit your applications need.

Simply, contact us with a request and we will get back to you with more information! We have everything from Advanced Performance Detectors to Microchannel Plates.

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OEM (Kingfisher)

Introducing the Kingfisher OEM, a board level CCD, driven by the new Sony family of ICX sensors, offering from 2.8MP up to 9.1MP resolution with excellent QE, low dark noise and dark current. Raptor offers these board level solutions with a range of pre-packaged sensors with various cooling options, interfaces and custom layout/firmware/mechanical assemblies.

With every solution designed and manufactured to ISO9001 and MilSpec standards they are high quality engineering solutions designed to your specs/needs.

 

Technical Specification

Frame Rate: Up to 6.2fps
Spectral Range: 310 – 1100nm
Pixel Size: Up to 4.54μm x 4.54μm
Resolution: Up to 9.2mp


Eagle XO X-Ray

Introducing a high energy version one of the most sensitive CCD cameras in the World. Using back-illuminated 1MP and 4MP CCD sensors from e2v, and putting into Raptor’s proprietary PentaVac vacuum enclosure and cooling it to a delta of greater than -110°C, the Eagle XO is an open front detector with a range of flanges available.

 

Technical Specification

Sensor: E2V CCD42-40 Back Illuminated, AIMO
Resolution: 2048 × 2048 pixels
Pixel Size: 13.5μm × 13.5μm
Spectral Response: 1.2eV to 20KeV
Power Supply: 12V DC ±10%
Data Interface: Cameralink

Application Notes

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Application Notes