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HDTV Low-Noise sCMOS Camera

BioPhotonics
Nov 2012
Photonic Science Ltd.Request Info
 
ST. ÉTIENNE DE ST. GEOIRS, France, July 2, 2012 — The new high-sensitivity full HDTV low-noise cooled sCMOS (scientific CMOS) camera from Photonic Science and Defence Vision Systems delivers readout noise of 1.2 e- at 100-MHz overall scanning frequency and a genuine 16-bit dynamic range at 30 fps. 

It is targeted to users with low-light-level requirements and seeking real-time acquisition with an intrascene dynamic range of >20.000:1.

The camera actively compensates for fixed-pattern noise, nonuniform response and gain balance on a parallel bus readout architecture. It can be triggered with rolling shutter mode at 30 fps, in full area scan or with reduced region-of-interest scan for acquisition rates up to 3000 fps.

The small pixel size and good quantum efficiency make the camera suitable for fluorescence microscopy, hyperspectral imaging, online process control and spectroscopy applications The camera is supplied with a Gigabyte Ethernet or Camera Link interface and can be easily integrated into a networked instrumentation environment.

For more information, visit: www.photonic-science.com


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GLOSSARY
hyperspectral imaging
Methods for identifying and mapping materials through spectroscopic remote sensing. Also called imaging spectroscopy; ultraspectral imaging.
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