EMCCD Cameras   |  16-bit images
  • Back-thinned 512 x 512 frame transfer CCD with greater than 90% QE
  • 16 um pixels with large full well capacity
  • Optimized EM-CCD readout and stabilized dual mode cooling
  • Short exposures and fast frame rates
  • Large dynamic range in both NORMAL-CCD and EM-CCD readout modes
  • Highly stabilized gain and minimal dark noise
  • Back-thinned 1024 x 1024 frame transfer CCD with greater than 90% QE
  • 13 um pixels with large full well capacity
  • Optimized EM-CCD readout and stabilized dual mode cooling
  • Short exposures and fast frame rates
  • Well matched to high NA objectives and fast readout
  • Highly stabilized gain and minimal dark noise
  • High EM gain factor (2000 times)
  • 1000 x 1000 x 8um pixel format and 30 frames/s readout
  • -50°C air cooling stabilized up to 40°C ambient
  • Great low signal detection
  • High spatial resolution well matched to high NA objectives
  • Consistent data regardless of ambient temperature
High speed and high sensitivity
  • 1.37 million pixel interline CCD with maximum QE over 70%
  • 14 MHz and 28 MHz readout modes included
  • 12 bit and 16 bit digitizers are included and software selectable
  • Air and water cooling capabilities are standard
  • High resolution and short exposure times combined
  • Choice of very low noise or very fast readout to suit applications
  • Long exposures with very low dark current and no vibration
  • 1.37 million pixel interline CCD with maximum QE over 70%
  • 12 bit and 14 bit digitizers are included and software selectable
  • Very low dark current (0.0045 electrons/pixel/s)
  • Very low readout noise
    (4 electrons r.m.s.)
  • High resolution and short exposure times combined
  • Choice of very low noise or very fast readout to suit applications
  • Even the dimmest signals are detectable
  • 1.37 million pixel interline CCD with maximum QE over 70%
  • Compact head size with single cable and no controller
  • Wide spectral range from 400 nm to NIR region
  • 14.7 MHz readout at 12bits
  • High resolution and short exposure times combined
  • Good for both bright fluorescence and NIR-DIC
  • Fast frame rates and good precision
Large format, High resolution
  • Multi-megapixel interline CCD with 4000 x 2624x5.9 um pixel format
  • Large format detector: 23.6 mm x 15.5 mm
  • Low readout noise even at 20 MHz readout
  • Very high resolution images in micro and macro applications
  • Large field of view reduces tiling of images
  • High quality images from shadow to highlight areas
Speciality high QE, Low noise
  • Back-thinned 512 x 512 x 24 um full frame transfer CCD with over 90% QE
  • Large full well capacity
  • Very low dark current (0.032 electron/pixel/s) with stabilized -75°C cooling
  • Very efficient light collection of dim signals
  • Dynamic range 32,875:1
  • Suitable for fluorescence and luminescence
  • Back-thinned 1024 x 1024 x 13 um full frame transfer CCD with over 90% QE
  • Wide spectral sensitivity from 200 nm to 1000 nm
  • Very low dark current (0.012 electron/pixel/s) with stabilized -75°C cooling
  • High resolution and fast exposure times for microscopy
  • Broad range of applications including UV imaging
  • Suitable for high resolution fluorescence and luminescence
Color
  • Total 4.13 million pixels on 3 progressive scan interline CCD chips
  • 36 bit color resolution
  • Cooled R, G and B CCD's with independent exposure settings
  • Very high resolution images in micro and macro applications
  • High spatial resolution images of multicolor specimens in brightfield and fluorescence
  • Great color fidelity with superb backgrounds
  • Tremendous dynamic range of separate fluorophores
High speed
  • High speed progressive scan VGA interline CCD
  • Single or dual tap readout modes are software selectable
  • 33 microsecond shutter capability
  • High NIR sensitivity
  • Good spatial resolution even at 694 frames/s
  • Full frame readout of 82 frames/s or 150.2 frames/s
  • Stop action imaging of fast moving specimens
  • Good choice for movinf fluorescence and NIR-DIC specimens