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  • sCMOS Detector
Jun 2016
Andor Technology Ltd., Corporate HeadquartersRequest Info
BELFAST, Ireland, June 13, 2016 — sCMOS DetectorAndor Technology Ltd., an Oxford Instruments company, has launched launch the iStar scientific CMOS (sCMOS) platform. The device combines superfast frame rate capabilities >4000 fps, high sensitivity, high dynamic range, nanosecond gating and high throughput fiber-optic coupling on a single, fully integrated platform with a high resolution on-head digital delay generator.

The gating interface offers <2-ns optical gating performance on a range of high QE Gen 2 and Gen 3 intensifiers. Gating repetition rates up to 500 kHz and Intelligate multichannel plate gating maximize detection performance in challenging low light scenarios such as time-resolved fluorescence and photoluminescence, and Echelle-based laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy applications.


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