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CCD CamerasThe VS255 and VS825 CCD cameras from Atik Cameras Ltd. are designed for quantitative Polymerase Chain Reaction (qPCR) instruments for accurate, reliable COVID-19 testing.

The VS255 camera is equipped to maximize the diagnostic potential of qPCR instruments. Owing to its advanced cooling capabilities, the camera offers sensitivity and quality through the reduction of dark current. Image quality is further enhanced due to the camera’s binning capabilities combined with its pixel size. The compact case design enables ease of implementation. The VS825 camera is a bespoke, modified version of the Infinity camera, featuring integrated cooling capabilities alongside custom firmware and software.

The custom VS255 and VS825 cameras offer high sensitivity and image quality, enabling OEMs and clinical diagnostic laboratories to achieve accurate diagnosis of active COVID-19 infections.

Photonics Spectra
Feb 2021
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