EMCCD Cameras

(EMCCD Cameras) Electron Multiplying Charge Coupled Devices are extensively used in low light level fluorescence imaging.

Unlike conventional intensified cameras the photoelectron multiplication stage occurs after the sensor chip, allowing high gain to be applied without the reduced Quantum Efficiency of intensifiers.

  • Andor iXon Ultra 888


    • Sensor array 1024 x 1024
    • 95% Quantum Efficiency
    • 26 fps (670 fps with Crop Mode)

  • Photometrics Evolve Delta


    • 62.5 Frames per Second
    • Quantitative Performance
    • 20MHz 512×512 EMCCD

  • Andor iXon Ultra 897


    • Active Pixels 512 x 512
    • Pixel Size 16µm x 16µm
    • Image Area 8.2mm x 8.2mm

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