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Andor Technology plc has introduced the iXon X3, an ultrasensitive electron-multiplying CCD (EMCCD) scientific camera platform. The quantitative digital camera delivers fast frame rates, and proprietary UltraVac vacuum technology ensures deep cooling and complete protection of the sensor. The OptAcquire feature optimizes the camera for a wide variety of applications in a single click. The Count Convert feature allows users to quantitatively capture and view data in units of electrons or photons, in either real time or postprocessing. Patented RealGain technology offers automated recalibration of the linear electron-multiplying gain scale and antiaging protection.

Photonics Spectra
Jan 2011

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