All cameras are offered as turn-key systems including the camera, various accessories, an up-to-date PC and Windows comatible software pacakge for camera and peripheral device control, image processing and analysis.
Imager QE: 1376 x 1040, 6.45µm, 65% QE, 4e noise, 500ns...1000s, 10 fps, 16 Mpix/s, 12 bit, TE cooled, < 0.1e/pixel/s dark noise, interline progressive scan, double exposure with interfaming time of 500ns, binning, ROI, up to 100 subframes/s
Imager Pro: up to 4k x 2k, ultrafast readout up to 80 Mpix/s, exposure time 1µs...1000s, 12..14 bit,IEEE 1394, camera link, USB 2.0, ethernet
high spped CMOS Camera: 1280 x 1024, 12µm, 625 fps, exposure time 2µs... 100ms, 10 bit, USB 2, camera link, IEEE 1394, double shutter mode with 500ns interfaming time
DynaVision: up to 1k x 1k, 12µm, 3e noise, 16 bit, front or back illuminated, full frame or frame transfer, cooled to -75C on-chip electron multiplier (EMCCD) with gain up to 1000
UltraSpeedStar: CCD cameras for ultrahigh-speed imaging USS-4: 1280 x 1024, 4 frames @ 1MHz USS-16: 640 x 512, 16 frames @ 1MHz electronic shutter down to 500 ns high sensitivity with 12 bit dynamic range image intensifier upgrade offers sensitivity in the single photon range and exposure time down to 100 ns
Intensifier Upgrade: for modular lens-coupling to the CCD cameras
NanoStar: GEN II/III, single or double stage MCP, 18/25mm diameter, minimum gate width 1.5ns @ 4kHz intensifier trigger rate, burst mode up to 2MHz, 12 bit dynamic range
DynaMight: GEN II/III, single or double stage MCP, 18/25mm diameter, minimum gate width 5ns @ 4kHz intensifier trigger rate, burst mode 2MHz, 16 bit dynamic range
DaVis Software: All cameras are delivered as turnkey systems including an upto date PC and a Windows compatible 32 bit DaVis software. The PC has a TTL I/O card with 4 INPUT and 20 OUTPUT channels. The software allows full control of all camera functions and peripheral devices such as stepper motors, shutters, filter wheels, spectrographs, lasers, A/D and D/A converters, delay generators, optical delay lines. The flow diagram of the experiments can be easily edited or modified. An extensive library of image processing (FFT, linear and nonlinear filers, smoothing, algebric operations etc.), and analysis (auto and cross correlation, nonlinear curve fitting, FLIM, FRET etc.) is available. All software functions are available as commands. The command language library allows easy macro programming.