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CCD Camera

BioPhotonics
Jul 2011
Specialised Imaging Inc.Request Info
 
The T-Cam from Specialised Imaging is a compact point-and-shoot scientific CCD camera for high-resolution imaging of transient events. With its high-performance 4k x 3k image sensors, the T-Cam captures images of transient events at up to 11-megapixel resolution. Its ability to operate at shutter speeds faster than 1 μs eliminates motion blur. This, together with high optical sensitivity across a 12-bit dynamic range, enables the T-Cam to provide high image quality. Because accurate triggering is crucial to capturing transient events, the T-Cam is equipped with two sophisticated trigger inputs that can accept trigger signals from almost any source. The SI Sure-shot velocity triggering system is also incorporated when appropriate. Applications include gas flow imaging, bio/chemiluminescence imaging, photochemistry, photophysics, time-resolved spectroscopy, transient absorption and emission spectroscopy.


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GLOSSARY
emission spectroscopy
A study of the energies and wavelengths of radiation emitted by atoms and molecules when particular physical conditions are applied to them.
photochemistry
The study of chemical reactions stimulated by the properties of light.
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