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Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Module

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Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging ModuleThe -NXX version of the SPC-180 time-correlated single-photon counting fluorescence lifetime imaging module (FLIM) from Becker & Hickl GmbH features ultrahigh time resolution and stability.

The internal instrument response function (IRF) is 2.8-ps full width at half maximum or 1.1 ps. IRF stability is better than 0.4 ps over 100 s. Decay data can be resolved into 4096 time channels, with a minimum channel width of 202 fs. The module offers the usual modes for recording temporal waveforms of optical signals, sequential recording, time- and parameter-tag recording, FLIM, spatial and temporal mosaic FLIM, triggered accumulation of fast time series of curves and images, and simultaneous FLIM/phosphorescence lifetime imaging. Pixel numbers in FLIM mode can be as high as 4096 × 4096 and pixel rates can be in the MHz range. A high-speed PCI Express interface provides high data throughput at high photon and pixel rates.


BioPhotonics
Mar/Apr 2022
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