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EMCCD Camera

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The Falcon III high-performance digital camera from Raptor Photonics incorporates an electron-multiplying charge coupled device (EMCCD) sensor that features 1-MP resolution with 10-µm square pixels.

EMCCD GEN III offers the combination of ultimate sensitivity and speed through a single output amplifier thereby maximizing uniformity. It is three times faster than previous generation EMCCDs with superior linearity and low gain performance. Up to 5000 x EM gain can be applied to the sensor using lower voltages, resulting in reduced sensor aging effects.

The camera can be cooled to −100 °C for the lowest possible background events using ruggedized PentaVac vacuum technology. It will run through CameraLink and will be available with a range of software drivers including MicroManager and Metamorph to target any low-light application where speed, resolution and sensitivity matter — astronomy, adaptive optics, calcium imaging and fluorescence.

Summer 2017

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