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Andor iXon Ultra Tutorial Series – Part 4

In this video, Colin Coates illustrates the use of Andor iXon Ultra EMCCD camera to achieve the industry-lowest clock induced charge (CIC) noise.

Clock induced charge (CIC) can be considered as the remaining detection limit in EMCCD and needs to be reduced. Rapid and careful clocking are imperative to achieve this goal.

Run Time – 3:16min

iXon Ultra Tutorial 4 - Minimising Clock Induced Charge (CIC)

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