The KL4040 scientific CMOS camera has the same pixel size and imaging area as the popular KAF-16803 CCD, but with 1/3 the noise and 40% higher quantum efficiency. Kepler cooled sCMOS cameras provide ultra-high sensitivity, ultra-low noise, and high frame rates, all at game-changing price to performance ratio. Also available with 65mm shutter.
|Sensor Type||Back Illuminated CMOS|
|Active Pixels||4096 x 4096|
|Pixel Size (microns)||9 x 9 um|
|Imaging Area (Diagonal)||36.8 x 36.8 mm (52 mm)|
|Full Well Capacity||70000 electrons|
|Typical Readout Noise||3.7 e-|
|Dynamic Range||85.2 dB|
|Frame Rate||14 fps (QSFP; 24 Q4 2019)|
|Cooling Method 1||Air and Liquid|
|Max. Cooling (Air)||40 degrees C below Ambient|
|Temperature Stability||0.1 degree C|
|Dark Current (typical)||0.15 eps at -20C|
|Interface||USB3.0 (Optional QSFP 2)|
|Data Bit Depth||16 bit 3|
|Optional Mounts||Medium Format Recommended (6x7)|
|External Trigger In/Out||Standard|
|SDK / Software||Kepler SDK / FLI Pilot|
|Weight||4 lbs (1.8 kg)|
1 Liquid circulation connectors sold separately.
2 QSFP = Quad Small Form factor Pluggable: high speed fiber optic interface.
3 16-bit data merged from two 12-bit converters.
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