SBIG STL-1001e curve Quantum efficiency en form txt file version of it

Discussion in 'Legacy Models (ST, STL, etc.)' started by Denis St-Gelais, Jan 13, 2020.

  1. Denis St-Gelais

    Denis St-Gelais Standard User

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    I have an SBIG STL1001e camera that I bought in 2007 (from SBIG).

    I need for this camera the spectrum curve Quantum efficiency (txt file version of it).



    I am in a participatory science project and it is necessary to have the curve in this form to automate data processing.

    -Curve photo:
    -Here is an example of the form of the text document:



    Thank you for your help!

    Denis St-Gelais
     

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  2. Colin Haig

    Colin Haig Staff Member

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    Hi Denis,
    I've attached the data that we have from ON Semiconductor (formerly TrueSense / Kodak).
    We do not have the data in any other form.
    You would have to contact ON Semiconductor for further information.
    https://www.onsemi.com/PowerSolutions/supportTechnical.do
    Note that they have discontinued this sensor and all other CCDs effective September 18, 2019, and are only taking orders until March 2020.
    If you do get anything further from them, please let us know.
    Best regards,
    Colin
     

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  3. Denis St-Gelais

    Denis St-Gelais Standard User

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    Thank you Colin for your quick response.
    I will see with your link if I can get the curve of Kodak KAF-1001e

    I have another request for you, at the same time that I bought my STL camera, I also bought a series of LRGB filters (Research Series) from you and I would need the curves.

    Here is the reference to attach of the filter series that I bought.:



    I also wanted to tell you that, this camera was for me a leading purchase, all my friends would like to have such large pixels which are very sensitive (24microns x 24 microns)!

    The project in which I work and the project (GRANDMA) on gravitational waves. We are a group of amateurs who seek to find the source of the KiloNova's during an alert. Professional astronomers with our images and algorithms analyze them to find the source of the gravitational wave.



    Thank you for your help Colin!



    Denis
     

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