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Maya Spectrometers  Back-thinned High QE

Maya spectrometer by Ocean Optics sold by SpectrecologyMaya-pro 2000
The Ocean Optics line of high-sensitivity back-thinned 2D FFT-CCD spectrometers for low light-level, UV-sensitive and other scientific applications now includes the uncooled Maya 2000 and Maya 2000-Pro, which offer greater than 90% quantum efficiency, high dynamic range and excellent UV response.

Advantages of Back-thinned FFT-CCD Detectors
Back-Thinned CCD area image sensors have high UV response, great signal-to-noise characteristics and wide dynamic range, making them especially suited for low light level applications. Because of their great native UV response, FFT-CCD detectors do not require the application of UV-sensitive coatings, which is common with standard CCD-array detectors. That’s important because batch-to-batch variation can be problematic with some UV coatings

Introducing Maya 2000-series Spectrometers

If $10,000 is a little bit out of your budget range, and if long integration times aren’t part of your application, the Maya 2000 and Maya 2000-Pro may fill the bill. Indeed, at introductory prices of just $4,800 and $5,800, respectively, Maya 2000 and Maya 2000-Pro offer great value and performance for most any application requiring high sensitivity, good UV response and great dynamic range.

While Maya 2000 and Maya 2000-Pro have similar performance for most parameters, the Maya 2000 has slightly faster readout time and the Pro offers better dynamic range and signal-to-noise (see comparison tables for a specification-by-specification analysis). Also, please note that limited detector availability may make lead times longer for the Maya 2000. Maya 2000: $4,800 Maya 2000-Pro: $5,800

Deep UV spectrometer sensitive down to 160nm Ocean OpticsOur Maya2000 Pro® Spectrometer offers you the perfect solution for applications that demand low light-level, UV-sensitive operation.
This back-thinned, 2D FFT-CCD, uncooled instrument offers greater than 75% quantum efficiency, high dynamic range and UV response
to 190 nm and lower. The Maya2000 Pro can deliver accurate analysis down to 185 nm with high dynamic range and
good signal-to-noise ratio.
The Hamamatsu FFT-CCD detector used in the Maya2000 Pro has excellent performance characteristics. Because of their UV response,
FFT-CCD detectors do not require UV-sensitive coatings and provide performance advantages such as low dark current and good signal
processing.
Maya2000 Pro has very good response across the UV and is a great choice for vacuum ultraviolet applications such as analysis of semiconductor
materials, measurement of biological samples and noble gases, and determination of chemical elements such as sulfur.





Features
- Low-noise electronics
- Optical resolution to ~0.035 nm (FWHM)
- Multiple grating options including HC-1 composite grating for coverage from 200-1050 nm (additional charge)
- Slits available in widths of 5, 10, 25, 50, 100 and 200 μm
- Optional filters to eliminate second- and third-order effects
- Fully controllable strobe signals (single or continuous)
- 10 onboard digital user- programmable GPIOs

Detector Specifications
  Maya 2000-Pro
Detector: Hamamatsu S10420
Architecture: Back-thinned, 2D
Thermoelectric cooling: No
# of Pixels: All: 2068 x 70
Active: 2048 x 64
Pixel size: 14 um square
Detector active area (mm): 28.672 horizontal x 0.896 vertical
Well depth: 200Ke-
Peak QE 75%
QE @ 250 nm 60%
Spectrometer Specifications
  Maya 2000-Pro
Integration time: 17 ms – 10 seconds
A/D converter: 16 bit, 150 kHz
Dynamic range: ~8000:1
Signal-to-noise ratio: 450:01:00
Non-linearity (uncorrected): ~10.0%
Linearity (corrected): <1.0%
Column sensitivity: ~0.32 Counts/e-

 

Detector Specifications
  Maya 2000
Detector: Hamamatsu S9840
Architecture: Back-thinned, 2D
Thermoelectric cooling: No
# of Pixels: All: 2080 x 20
Active: 2048 x 14
Pixel size: 14 um square
Detector active area (mm): 28.672 horizontal x 0.196 vertical
Well depth: 130Ke-
Peak QE 90%
QE @ 250 nm 65%
Spectrometer Specifications
  Maya 2000
Integration time: 5 ms - 20 seconds
A/D converter: 16 bit, 500 kHz
Dynamic range: 5000:01:00
Signal-to-noise ratio: 350:01:00
Non-linearity (uncorrected): ~4.0%
Linearity (corrected): <1.0%
Column sensitivity: ~0.45 Counts/e-