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Intensified CCD Cameras

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For UV-blue gated imaging applications, Princeton Instruments has announced the addition of the PI-MAX3-MG models to its line of intensified CCD cameras. They feature microchannel plate gating technology to provide a combination of high sensitivity and fast gating speed and are especially suited to UV-blue applications such as planar laser-induced fluorescence imaging in combustion research. They combine the quantum efficiency of slow gate tubes and a gating speed of <8 ns, and are suitable for time-resolved UV-blue applications using pulsed lasers where high sensitivity and fast gating are important. The cameras feature a built-in SuperSynchro timing generator that makes setting up complex time-resolved imaging experiments easy. SyncMaster technology eliminates the need for an external timing generator.

Photonics Spectra
Feb 2011

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