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Hamamatsu Introduces High Performance Multi-Pixel Photon Counter Detectors
Nov. 14, 2013

Hamamatsu Introduces High Performance Multi-Pixel Photon Counter Detectors

Hamamatsu Photonics´ Multi-Pixel Photon Counter (MPPC) detectors utilize a Geiger-mode pixelated avalanche photodiode structure for ultra-low-level light detection. more
XFlash 6: Pushing the Limits of Energy Resolution
Apr. 20, 2012

XFlash 6: Pushing the Limits of Energy Resolution

With XFlash 6, Bruker Nano Analytics has introduced the next generation of silicon drift detectors (SDD) for energy dispersive X-ray spectrometry (EDS) on electron microscopes. more
sCMOS Camera With High Sensitivity, High Resolution and Fast Readout
Jan. 17, 2012

sCMOS Camera With High Sensitivity, High Resolution and Fast Readout

Hamamatsu Photonics introduces the world's first Gen II sCMOS camera, the ORCA-Flash4.0.  It simultaneously provides high sensitivity (over 70% QE at 600 nm), very low noise (1.3 electrons), and fast frame rates (100 frames/s). This versatile camera is suitable for many applications including super-resolution microscopy, TIRF microscopy and FRET. more
sCMOS Camera With High Sensitivity, High Resolution and Fast Readout
Dec. 13, 2011

sCMOS Camera With High Sensitivity, High Resolution and Fast Readout

Hamamatsu Photonics introduces the world's first   Gen II sCMOS camera, the ORCA-Flash4.0.  It simultaneously provides high sensitivity (over 70% QE at 600 nm), very low noise (1.3 electrons), and fast frame rates (100 frames/s).
This versatile camera is suitable for many applications including super-resolution microscopy, TIRF microscopy and FRET. more
Nov. 07, 2011

Spin-Out Company From the University of Oxford Improves Scientific Imaging

Oxford Imaging Detectors has been set up by the University's technology transfer company Isis Innovation.
Initially focussed for use in electron microscopy, the detectors were developed by the research group lead by Professor Angus Kirkland at the University's Department of Materials. more
Neo sCMOS Camera - Breakthrough Scientific CMOS Technology
Sep. 15, 2011

Neo sCMOS Camera - Breakthrough Scientific CMOS Technology

The Neo sCMOS  camera platform from Andor Technology stands alone in its ability to simultaneously offer ultra-low noise, extremely fast frame rates, wide dynamic range, high resolution and a large field of view, overcoming the performance trade-offs associated with traditional scientific CCD detectors. more
Sep. 06, 2011

Silicon Photomultipliers from SensL –

SensL has introduced MicroSL and ArraySL, the second-generation SL family of Silicon Photomultipliers (SPM).
Key Features
o High Signal/Noise Ratio
o Low Voltage Operation of 30 V
o Uniformity: +/- 10%
Application Fields
o Medical Imaging
o Hazard and Threat Detection
o Biophotonics
o Light Detection And Ranging more
The Road to Super-Sensitivity - Leica HyD for Confocal
Apr. 11, 2011

The Road to Super-Sensitivity - Leica HyD for Confocal

With the new Leica HyD, Leica Microsystems provides hybrid detection technology that combines the most favourable aspects of GaAsP photo-multipliers and avalanche diodes. This principle ideally lends itself to large dynamic range applications as well as single photon counting alike - with reduced photobleaching for cell viability. Combine it today with a resonant scanner for fast biology - on any TCS SP5. more
Revolutionary Camera Featuring Breakthrough Scientific CMOS Technology
Mar. 17, 2011

Revolutionary Camera Featuring Breakthrough Scientific CMOS Technology

Andor Technology has launched the innovative and highly anticipated Neo camera platform, based on next-generation scientific CMOS (sCMOS) technology.
The Neo sCMOS is the most significant camera launch in recent times and it stands alone in its ability to simultaneously offer ultra-low noise, extremely fast frame rates, wide dynamic range, high resolution and a large field of view, overcoming the performance trade-offs associated with traditional scientific CCD detectors. more
Feb. 21, 2011

X-Max EDS-Detector from Oxford Instruments: 1000th was installed

Oxford Instruments has completed the installation of its 1000th X-Max:
X-Max was introduced to the market over two years ago and was the world's first "Large Area" silicon drift detector with an effective sensor area of 80mm2. The installation of the 1000th X-Max took place at Atotech in Berlin, Germany. more
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