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optiMOS sCMOS Camera for Biomedical Research - 2 Pages

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optiMOS™ sCMOS CAMERA Scientific CMOS is Built for Speed As high throughput automation continues to take hold, traditionally difficult low-light measurements have often been left behind, due to the challenge of combining speed with sensitivity. “Real time” scientific grade CCD cameras have long been the gold standard, but always forced a severe compromise between frame rate, resolution, field-of-view and sensitivity. Due to the inherent architecture of CCDs, achieving high frame rates in combination with low noise and high resolution is simply outside the realm of their intended use. optiMOS from QImaging uses column parallel Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs) that achieve a full 100 Frames per Second (fps) at full resolution, while delivering < 2 e- of read noise, eliminating the compromise. By using a 2 Million pixel, sCMOS sensor, the optiMOS is designed to optically match a microscope field-of-view, while avoiding severe intensity fall-off and distortion. In addition, while still providing temporal resolution, the 2MP sensor avoids the need for costly and complex data management, and expensive CameraLink ™ cards in the PC, or comprising frame rate like USB3 solutions. Offered as the affordable sCMOS solution, optiMOS brings the advantages of low noise and high speed imaging to a broader range of low light imaging situations. =Spinning Disk Confocal =High Content Screening =Intrinsic Imaging Track high speed events with exquisite sensitivity = Enables smooth real-time imaging of fluorescence or other low-level light signals — sCMOS column ADC’s allow for capturing fast events while maintaining extremely low noise — 100fps at full resolution See more, faster — 2.1 megapixels with 6.5μm pixels =High Speed Multicolor Fluorescence Eliminate the tradeoffs between speed and sensitivity = Enables automated scanning instruments to quickly find, focus, and tile images of tissues and cells = Stream 100fps with a 45% larger FOV than standard 1.4MP fluorescence CCD cameras = Capture more events in a single image – increase throughput = Enables high frame rates without compromising on sensitivity = Capture high speed details and maintain your SNR = Preserve cell vitality with shorter exposures High Speed Imaging without Complexity = Stream 100fps to a single PCIe Solid State Drive — Proprietary High Speed Data Interface = Does not require complex and expensive RAID 0 configurations with multiple SSD drives

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CAMERA Digital Output Readout Frequency Read Noise Frame Rate Exposure Time Range Arbitrary, user defined Digital Binning Dark Current Rate Digital Interface SerialLite PCIe Trigger In, Expose Out, Trigger Ready Out Supported Triggering Modes Internal Timed, Trigger First, Edge High, Edge All Rows Optical Interface 1", C-mount optical format Mounting Hole Thread Size Camera Dimensions Computer Platforms/ Operating Systems Windows 7 (32/64 bit), Windows 8 (32/64 bit) Must have available PCIe x4 slot (Refer to the QImaging website for the latest list of minimum computer requirements) Power Requirement Cameras...

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