Ames Photonics New LARRY USB2000 and LARRY USB4000 series: Scientific-grade CCD Linear Array Detectors

Larry USB Series

The Ames Photonics LARRY USB series is a family of linear CCD array detectors that offers cost-effective, scientific-grade performance for a wide range of spectroscopic applications.  They can be mounted to most spectrographs that have the output plane ≥10 mm outside of the spectrograph.  Both standard and custom mounts are available, making them ideal for upgrading existing systems or incorporation into flexible new spectroscopic instruments.

The LARRY USB series is a custom build based on proven Ocean Optics electronics and is compatible with Ocean Optics software, enabling a broad scope of features.  The detectors connect to and are controlled by a PC via USB 2.0, allowing for easy-to-use, plug-and-play operation.  Multiple detectors can be controlled in the same software, enabling simultaneous acquisition.  GPIO communication can also be used to integrate with other instruments and devices.

The linear CCDs used in the LARRY USB series contain on-chip electronic gating, which allow for integration times down to 1 ms without the need for external shutters.

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Ames Photonics

Ames Photonics

Since 1996 Ames Photonics has been producing high quality low cost modular linear detector arrays and accessories for spectroscopic research including CCD, CMOS, InGaAs detectors, and accessories. 

The modular approach to our products allows the researcher to purchase a solution for today's application while maintaining the flexibility to adapt and update our products in the future at a reasonable cost. 

Customers utilizing our modular approach can easily and quickly interchange components including detectors as new applications or research needs change.

Ames Photonics Garry 3000SD/3648 Series CCD Linear Gated Array Detector

Garry 3000SD/3648 series

Key Features

  • Integration time range: 10 us - 30 s
  • Fast, on CCD, electronic shutter capability
  • High resolution: 7 micron wide pixels on 7 micron centers
  • 200 micron high pixels
  • 3000 and 3600 pixel linear arrays
  • Advanced software options
  • Spectral range: 200-1100nm
  • Full PC control via external USB or PCI data acquisition modules
  • Stand Alone control via D7259 OEM control card for output to an oscilloscope
  • External trigger input and synch output at start of integration for synchronization to pulsed sources

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