EMCCD camera from Princeton Instruments targets low light imaging applications
A new EMCCD camera from Princeton Instruments, which features the company's patented eXcelon3 technology (X3) CCD and EMCCD technology, targets low light imaging and spectroscopy applications.
Featuring the patented eXcelon3 technology (X3) CCD and EMCCD technology, the ProEM-HS:1024BX3 camera from Princeton Instruments targets low light imaging and spectroscopy applications. Princeton Instruments’ eXcelon3 technology features enhanced quantum efficiency (>95%), suppression versus standard back illumination, and standard fringe suppression anti-reflection coated sensors. The camera features a back-illuminated 1024 x 1024 eXcelon3 EMCCD image sensor with a 13 µm pixel size that is capable of achieving frame rates of 25 fps. In reduced ROI, the camera can achieve a frame rate of 4,400 fps. The camera also features a hermetic XP vacuum seal technology with a lifetime vacuum guarantee, along with thermoelectric cooling to below -85°C using air and liquid. In addition, the camera features a GigE interface and built-in light source, and is compatible with Princeton Instruments’ LightField software which provides complete control of camera features.
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Headquarters: Trenton, NJ, USA
Product: ProEM-HS:1024BX3 EMCCD camera.
Key Features: 1024 x 1024 eXcelon3 EMCCD image sensor with a 13 µm pixel size, 25 fps, >95% quantum efficiency, GigE interface.
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