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Electro-Optic Adaptor

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Electro-Optic AdaptorThe Cricket plug-and-play electro-optic adaptor from Photonis Netherlands BV easily and cost-effectively adds intensified imaging capability to any scientific camera.

Cricket is ideal for use in fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy, as well as plasma and physics research and corona discharge diagnostics. Cricket is available with a wide range of options that enable it to support 1-μlx sensitivity, high-speed imaging or single photon counting, depending on the needs of the application. Cricket is a self-contained unit, equipped with C-mount connections that enable the user to simply connect to any scientific camera and attach to any lens or microscope to begin capturing intensified images.

Cricket’s internal structure provides power to the embedded image intensifier and maintains proper alignment and focus to provide a full 18-mm intensified image for analysis. Cricket supports detection ranges from 200 to 900 nm and can be used with most EMCCD, CCD, CMOS or sCMOS cameras with little or no additional hardware required.

Feb/Mar 2018

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