Princeton Instruments’ emICCD cameras combine the advantages of intensifiers (i.e., ultrashort, sub-nanosecond exposure times) and the benefits of EMCCDs (i.e., linear gain and high quantum efficiency) to provide single-photon sensitivity and quantitative performance for scientific imaging and spectroscopy applications. emICCD technology is available exclusively for Princeton Instruments’ PI-MAX 4 camera platform. Princeton Instruments’ will showcase these emICCD cameras at SPIE Photonics West 2014 in San Francisco from February 1-6.
SPIE Photonics West 2014 booth number: 1823
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Headquarters: Trenton, N.J., United States
Product: emICCD cameras
Key Features: >30 fps frame rates, GigE interface, LightField data acquisition software, RF modulation.
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