Delivers read out noise as low as 1 electron at 200MHz overall scanning frequency.
The new high sensitivity full HDTV low noise cooled sCMOS camera from PSL delivers read out noise as low as 1 electron at 200MHz overall scanning frequency.
It is targeted to users with low light level requirements, seeking real time acquisition with high intra scene dynamic range. The camera is actively compensating for fixed pattern noise, non uniform response and gain balance on a parallel bus read out architecture. Our camera can be triggered with global or rolling shutter options, in full area scan or with reduced ROI scan for faster acquisition rates.
The small pixel size and good quantum efficiency make the camera an ideal candidate for fluorescence microscopy applications, hyperspectral imaging, on-line process control, low-light level imaging and spectroscopy applications.
The camera comes with a Gigabyte Ethernet interface and can be easily integrated into a networked instrumentation environment.
- High gain channel: 10x or 30x
- Low gain channel: 1x or 2x
- On chip ADC multiplexing
- Gigabyte Ethernet
- MAC OS compatible socket commands to the camera via an IP address
- Made in UK
- None ITAR
- Can be exported in all countries
- GenICam compliant
|Input pixel size
|6.5 x 6.5 microns
|~2 electrons in rolling shutter
|High gain channel
|10x to 30x
|Low gain channel
|1x to 2x
|Full well capacity
|30,000 electrons at full resolution
|< 0,5 electrons / pixel / second
|Peak Quantum efficiency
|> 50% @ 600nm On chip multiplexing up to 22-bit
|ROI read out allowing faster frame rate
|ie 50fps single channel (low or high gain) with 1392x1080 resolution
|Synchronisation / control
|via TTL pulse
|1920 (h) x 1080 (v) sCMOS array
|12.48mm x 7.02mm
|Single / full base camera link interface for faster version (to be discussed ARO)
|18 fps at full resolution in rolling shutter mode 16-bit dynamic range (dual high and low gain channels multiplexed)
|37 fps in rolling shutter 12-bit dynamic range (single channel high or low gain mode)@ 100MHz with Gigabit Ethernet interface