Scientific imaging cameras from PCO to be showcased at Photonics West 2016
PCO will have its pco.edge 4.2 and pco.flim scientific imaging cameras on display at Photonics West in San Francisco from February 16-18.
PCO will have its pco.edge 4.2 and pco.flim scientific imaging cameras on display at Photonics West in San Francisco from February 16-18. The pco.edge 4.2 (pictured) features the 4.2 MPixel CIS2020 scientific CMOS image sensor, which has a 6.5 µm pixel size, a low readout noise of 0.8 e- med, and can achieve frame rates of 100 fps. Available in either USB 3.0 or Camera Link, the camera has a dynamic range of 90.4 dB and a quantum efficiency of up to 82%.
Designed for fluorescence microscopy and other scientific and medical imaging applications, the pco.flim camera features a proprietary two-tap 1008 x 1008 CMOS image sensor with a 5.6 µm pixel size that can achieve frame rates of up to 90 fps. The frequency domain fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM) camera system’s features include a USB 3.0 interface, lifetimes from 100ps - 100µs, a frequency synthesizer (5 kHz - 40 MHz), and a frequency domain FLIM.
SPIE Photonics West booth number:1017
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Headquarters: Kelheim, Germany
Product:pco.edge 4.2, pco.flim scientific imaging cameras
Key Features: 4.2 MPixel CIS2020 scientific CMOS image sensor, 6.5 µm pixel size, 100 fps (pco.edge 4.2), proprietary two-tap 1008 x 1008 CMOS image sensor, 5.6 µm pixel size, 90 fps (pco.flim).s
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