Scientific camera from Optronis features short exposure times and high repetition rate

July 6, 2015
Learn more about OptoPIC from Optronis, which is a camera designed for scientific and research purposes that features a CCD image sensor, an exposure time of 200 ps, and a repetition rate of 70 to 110 MHz.  

OptoPIC from Optronis is a camera designed for scientific and research purposes that features an exposure time of 200 ps and a repetition rate of 70 to 110 MHz. The OptoPIC camera features a 700 x 700 pixel CCD image sensor that enables it to capture images of objects whose light emission changes rapidly. The camera features programmable delay, which enables users to take various shots automatically in order to record a sequence of images which present the rapid changes in light emission in super-slow motion. Additionally, the camera uses a specially-developed image intensifier to achieve the short exposure time. Up to three pulsed light sources and a filter wheel can be integrated into the camera as well. Camera control is performed via an application in LabVIEW. The OptiPIC camera is suitable for use in such applications as fluorescence emission imaging, time-resolved spectroscopy, and 3D measurement using Time of Flight.

To Learn More:

: Kehl, Germany
OptoPIC scientific camera
Key Features: 700 x 700 CCD image sensor, exposure time of 200 ps, repetition rate of 70 to 110 MHz, full control via LabVIEW.

What Optronis says:
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