Streak Camera Systems
Cordin Streak Camera Systems are available based on two different core technologies: rotating mirror & image converter.
|Rotating Mirror||Image Converter|
|Spatial Resolution||Very high||Moderate|
|Dynamic Range||12-14 bit||4-8 bit|
|Image Noise||Very low||Moderate|
|Applications||Explosives testing, complex|
|Time resolved spectroscopy,
ROTATING MIRROR STREAK CAMERAS
Cordin Rotating Mirror Streak Cameras relay a slit image through a rotating mirror to capture a continuous record of one line of image information. This produces the highest temporal and spatial resolution streak image possible.
Cordin Rotating Mirror Streak Cameras have been a staple in leading labs for decades. The current models of digital cameras are a suitable replacement for and upgrade from the workhorse Cordin film streak cameras.
IMAGE CONVERTER STREAK CAMERAS
Cordin Image Converter Streak Cameras relay a slit image to the photocathode of an image converter tube, where the incident photons are converted to electrons. This linear array of electrons is then electrostatically focused and swept across a phosphor screen at the back of the tube, capturing light transients faster than any other method.
The Cordin Model 164 Streak Camera is designed to provide very high performance at a competitive price.