Scientific CMOS cameras from Andor feature 95% quantum efficiency and cooling to -45°C

Offering 95% quantum efficiency and market-leading vacuum cooling down to -45°C (-49°F), Sona scientific CMOS (sCMOS) cameras from Andor are designed for fluorescence microscopy applications.

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Offering 95% quantum efficiency and market-leading vacuum cooling down to -45°C (-49°F), Sona scientific CMOS (sCMOS) cameras from Andor are designed for fluorescence microscopy applications. The cameras are available in two models, the first of which is the Sona 4.2B-11, which features a 2048 x 2048 GSENSE 400 back-illuminated sCMOS image sensor with an 11 µm pixel size from GPixel, Inc. Additionally, the Sona 2.0B-11 features a 2 MPixel array that is ideally sized to maximize the field of view available through modern 2mm C-Mount microscope ports, according to Andor.

Both cameras feature Andor’s UltraVac vacuum-cooling approach, USB 3.0 interface, 48 fps frame rate (Sona 4.2B-11), 70 fps frame rate (Sona 2.0B-11), and adaptable 60x and 40x objectives.

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Contact:Andor Technology
Headquarters: Belfast, Northern Ireland
Product: Sona sCMOS cameras
Key Features: Scientific CMOS image sensors (4.2 MPixel and 2 MPixel), quantum efficiency of 95%, vacuum cooling down to -45°C (-49°F), USB 3.0 interface.

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