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FLIR ISC9705

InSb & QWIPs, 320 × 256 format, 30 micron pitch

The ISC9705 was the first off-the-shelf, standard multiplexer introduced by FLIR Systems. Since its introduction in October 1997, detector manufacturers across the globe have purchased the ISC9705 for building infrared focal plane arrays. This high-performance, 320 × 256 pixel, readout integrated circuit is built using a submicron complementary metal-oxide-silicon (CMOS) process, built in 5-inch wafer form. Devices are delivered to customers in wafer form with an extensive set of user documentation included with each delivery.

FLIR ISC0704

Low Power InSb, 320 × 256 format, 30 micron pitch

The ISC0704 is a 320 × 256 format, 30 micron device designed for low power applications using InSb detectors. The detector layout is compatible with the ISC9705 but operated in single output mode only to achieve the <20mW power dissipation. A 60 Hz frame rate is achieved operating in integrate-while-read mode.

FLIR ISC0208

European InSb & QWIPs, 384 × 288 format, 25 micron pitch

The ISC0208 is a high-performance, European format, 384 × 288 pixel readout integrated circuit. Two versions are available, -1 with a 18Me well capacity designed for use with QWIP detectors and -2 with a 13Me well capacity for InSb detectors. The ISC0208 is built using a submicron complementary metal-oxide-silicon process, built in 8-inch wafer form. Devices are typically delivered in 6-inch wafer form with extensive user documentation and test data included with each delivery.

FLIR ISC9803

InSb & QWIPs, 640 × 512 format, 25 micron pitch

The ISC9803 is the first in FLIR's line of standard large format ROICs. Compatible with P-on-N detectors such as InSb, QWIP, InGaAs, and MCT, this 640 × 512 array is the big brother to our ISC9705 device. It offers the same set of advanced features such as windowing, image transpostion, adjustable gain, snapshot integration, interlaced/non-interlaced readout, power adjustment, as well as multiple output channels allowing date rates of up to 107 frames/sec for full frame operation and 14,160 frames/sec for small window sizes.

FLIR ISC9901

InSb, 640 × 512 format, 20 micron pitch

The ISC9901 is a large format ROICs compatible with P-on-N detectors like InSb, QWIP, InGaAs, and MCT, this 640 × 512 array is a small brother to our ISC9803 device, with a smaller pixel pitch of 20 microns. It offers advanced features like windowing, image transposition, adjustable gain, and multiple output channels allowing date rates of up to 97 frames/sec for full frame operation and 930 frames/sec for small window sizes.

FLIR ISC0002

640 × 512 Low Background ROIC

The ISC0002 is a 25-micron pitch 640 × 512 format ROIC specifically designed for low background applications. A CTIA front end circuit is used and the readout noise in the high gain mode is less than 70 e-. Compatible with P-on-N detectors such as InGaAs, SLS and MCT, this large format ROIC supports the same advanced features as the other standard ROICs, snapshot mode, adjustable integration time and gain, skimming, power and current adjustments, and additionally supports selectable integration capacitors (39e3 or 1.9e6 electrons).

FLIR ISC0403

InSb, 640 × 512 format, 15 micron pitch

The ISC0403 is a large format ROIC with a 15-micron pixel pitch. Used with P-on-N InSb detectors, this 640 × 512 array offers the same advanced features as our standard designs including windowing, image transposition, adjustable gain, snapshot integration integrate-then-read and integrate-while-read modes, power adjustment, and multiple output channels allowing data rates of up to 120 frames/sec for full frame operation and 2054 frames/sec for small window sizes. The charge capacity is >6.5 e6 electrons and the bias adjustment is 600mV.

FLIR ISC0905

Dual Polarity 2-color, 640 × 512 format, 30 micron pitch

The ISC0905 is a 640 × 512 format, 30 micron pitch, two-color, dual polarity device. It is designed for use with p-on-n or n-on-p detectors such as strained-layer superlattice devices. This large format device is based on the mid-format ISC0903 with the same pixel pitch and similar interface. The ROIC has been specifically designed to allow for both polarities of detectors to be placed back-to-back and to connect to the ROIC through the one input pad to obtain a two-color image.

FLIR ISC1202

InGaAs, 640 × 512 format, 15 micron pitch

The ISC 1202 is optimized for InGaAs, 640 × 512 pixel format, 15 micron pitch.

FLIR ISC0802

InSb, 1344 × 784 format, 14 micron pitch

The ISC0802 is a 1344 × 784 format, 14 micron pixel device designed for use with low reverse bias detectors such as InSb or MCT. This HD format ROIC can operate in 4, 8 or 16 output mode, achieving a 120Hz frame rate in 16-output mode. The ISC0802 supports windowing, adjustable integration time, integrate-while-read or integrate-then-read modes as well as adjustable bias and power settings.

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