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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #290406

For Sale: Princeton Instruments Sensys Camera with KAF-3200E

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For Sale: a Princeton Instruments (Roper) Sensys CCD Camera based on the Kodak KAF-3200E. This is an unused, scientific grade, CCD camera that has been taken out of the box ONCE (really!). It is a complete kit and includes the camera, manuals, power supply, PCI interface board, cables, and Windows Photometric software. The camera has the KAF-3200E CCD with a 12-bit A/D, a built-in TE cooler, mechanical shutter, computer interface, C-Mount and F-mount adapters, and a number of mechanical mounting points.

Note that the KAF-3200E is the same high grade CCD used in the SBIG ST-10XE which sells for $7,000! We paid about $10K for this unit a few years ago for a project that never took off. So, as the saying goes, our loss is your gain!

The test sheet for the camera has the following data:
Camera Serial Number: A00L7006
KAF3200E, no_AR front-illuminated Grade 2 CCD
Dark Current: 0.56 e-/pix/sec at a CCD temperature of 10C

For a full datasheet for camera, check out the Sensys:3200 Photometrics camera line at the "roperscientific" website

The CCD has a resolution of 2184 X 1472 for a total of 3.2 Megapixels. The pixel size is 6.8 by 6.8 microns. The data sheet for can be found at Kodak's web site.

Feel free to contact me if you have any additional questions (or if you want more than one!).

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