At the Teledyne e2v booth at SPIE Photonics West 2018, the new OctoPlus range of line scan camerasfor optical coherence tomography (OCT) applications in healthcare and industrial markets will be on display. The cameras are available in both Camera Link and USB 3.0 models and are based on a monochrome 2048-pixel CMOS line scan image sensor with two options for pixel sizes: 10 x 20µm and 10 x 200µm.
Both models are available in four line-rate versions: up to 20 kl/s, 80kl/s, 130kl/s and 250kl/s, and have bit depths of 10, 11, and 12 bits. The USB3 version can reach a max speed of 150 kHz and the Camera Link version can reach 250 kHz. OctoPlus cameras, according to Teledyne e2v, were developed following discussions with doctors and medical industry professionals and is based on a new image sensor pixel architecture specifically tuned to provide users with accurate images of the retina and cornea; mapping tissue structure, measuring thickness and visualizing blood flow dynamics for diagnostics.
SPIE Photonics West 2018 booth number: 1836
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Headquarters: Chelmsford, Essex, England
Product: OctoPlus line scan cameras
Key Features: Monochrome 2048-pixel CMOS line scan image sensor with two options for pixel sizes: 10 x 20µm and 10 x 200µm, USB3 and Camera Link versions.
What Teledyne e2v says:
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