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Most of the useful information is currently on the main ARSF website -

You can find a thesis covering the underlying principles of the Specim instruments (Eagle & Hawk) at

Notes of interest

Eagle uses a 1024x1024 CCD, but is spatially binned by 2 when in operation (so you get a maximum of 512 spatial pixels). This base level of 2 is "spatial binning = 1". However, when in calibration mode, the instrument returns the full data width (ie. all 1024 pixels). This must be accounted for in any calibration code.

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