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Low-Light-Imaging CCD Camera

Artemis CCD Ltd. (See Atik Cameras)Request Info
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For real-time Raman spectroscopy, chemiluminescence and microscopy applications, Artemis CCD has announced the QS14 thermoelectrically cooled CCD camera. It is suitable for OEM manufacturers and for scientists who need rapid, high-quality images in low-light conditions.

It features the ICX-285 CCD sensor and provides 1.4-megapixel imaging and a fast frame rate. It is supplied with a proprietary software development kit, with custom drivers and plug-ins for many commercially available image capture packages, allowing OEM manufacturers to quickly and easily integrate the camera into a range of laboratory equipment.

Full technical specifications are available on the company’s website, or via e-mail at [email protected]

Dec 2012

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