Maya 2000 PRO Series Spectrometers

Maya 2000 PRO Series Spectrometers
Code: MAYA2000
Vendor: Ocean Optics


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Ocean Optics Maya 2000 PRO Series Spectrometers

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The Maya2000 Pro offers high quantum efficiency, high dynamic range and is
responsive in the deep UV (~185-300 nm). This back-thinned 2D FFT-CCD spectrometer uses the Hamamatsu S10420 detector and is perfect for applications that require higher quantum efficiency over a broader spectral range.


Maya2000 Pro can be adapted for nitrogen purging. Use it for applications where oxygen is negatively influencing your measurements - like deep UV (below 190 nm).


Hamamatsu S10420

Architecture: Back-thinned, 2D
Thermoelectric cooling: No
Number of pixels: All: 2068 X 70
Active: 2048 x 64
Pixel size: 14 µm square
Detector active area (mm): 28.672 horizontal
0.896 vertical
Well depth: 200Ke-
Peak QE: 75%
QE @ 250 nm: 65%

  • USB 2.0 interface
  • Optical resolution to ~0.035 nm (FWHM); resolution depends on groove density of grating and size of entrance aperture (slit)
  • 14 grating options including optional HC-1 composite grating for coverage from 175-1100 nm (additional charge)
  • Slits available in widths of 5, 10, 25, 50, 100 and 200 μm
  • Optional order-sorting filters to eliminate second- and third-order effects
  • Fully controllable strobe signals (single or continuous)
  • 10 onboard digital user-programmable GPIOs
  • Three Year Warranty

Integration time: 7.2 ms - 5 s

Note: The specifications for integration time and dynamic range shown here apply to Maya2000 Pro units with firmware version 3.0 and above.

A/D converter: 16 bit 500 kHz
Dynamic range: 15000:1
Signal-to-noise ratio: 450:1
Non-linearity uncorrected: ~10.0%
Non-linearity corrected: <1.0%
Column sensitivity: ~0.32 Counts/e-
Nitrogen Purgebox for VUV Applications:

Maya2000 Pro Spectrometers have outstanding response <190 nm and are useful for vacuum ultraviolet (VUV) measurements to ~150 nm.

But, because oxygen and water absorb in the VUV spectral band, maintaining sufficient signal outside a vacuum is not possible without an option such as the Maya Nitrogen Purgebox.

This purgebox flushes the environment with nitrogen to help mitigate water and oxygen absorption in the VUV.