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QHYCCD QHY50GX monochrome camera

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QHYCCD QHY50GX monochrome camera


The QHY50GX is a large area liquid cooled CCD cameras intended for professional observatory use, or installations on large, long focal length optical systems. The QHY50GX imaging sensor is 49.1mm x 36.8mm (61mm diagonal) with 8176 x 6132 pixels at 6um. This camera has round body and is water cooled to avoid fan vibration and to prevent air turbulence in the optical path. QHY50GX camera has a GigaE interface with 100 meter data transfer capability and industry level high data transfer stability.

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The QHY50GX uses On Semiconductor (Kodak) KAF−50100 Image Sensor, a high performance, 50- megapixel CCD. Based on the TRUESENSE 6.0 micron Full Frame CCD Platform, the sensor features ultra-high resolution, broad dynamic range, and a four-output architecture. A lateral overflow drain suppresses image blooming, while an integrated Pulse Flush Gate clears residual charge on the sensor with a single electrical pulse. A Fast Dump Gate can be used to selectively remove a line of charge to facilitate partial image readout.

QHYCCD QHY50GX monochrome camera

The sensor also utilizes the TRUESENSE Transparent Gate Electrode to improve sensitivity compared to the use of a standard front side illuminated polysilicon electrode. The full imaging array is read out of four outputs, each of which is driven by a low impedance two stage source follower that provides a high conversion gain. This combination enables low noise at a net readout rate of 12 MHz (3 MHz per output).

QHYCCD QHY50GX monochrome camera

Porta autoguida ST4
Camera CCD raffreddata
A/D converter
12 bit
Sensor diagonal (mm)
Sensor dimensions (mm)
49.1 x 36.8
Pixels dimensions (µm)
-40°C rispetto a T ambientale
8176 x 6132
Readout Noise (e-)


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