Artemis CCD Limited Adds 9.2m Pixel Sensor to Complete FS Camera Range
6/19/2013 9:53:35 AM
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Norwich, UK: Artemis CCD Limited, a leading manufacturer of cooled CCD cameras for low-light applications today launches the FS92 featuring 9.19 million effective pixels in a Type 1 3388 x 2712 pixel array. A combination of high resolution and high sensitivity increases significantly the application options for the scientific user and OEM customer. As with all members of the FS range of cameras a typical read noise of 5 electrons makes the FS92 a perfect choice for low light applications including fluorescence and chemi-luminescence imaging and with the asymmetric pixel binning function, a highly effective detector in optical spectroscopy.
As with previous Artemis CCD Cameras®, the FS92 is fully compatible with all software downloads available on www.artemisccd.com. This includes a comprehensive software development kit (SDK) together with LabVIEW drivers and a plugin for the open source image editor, ImageJ.
The FS92 is Peltier cooled to a delta of -25°C below ambient and is available with either a monochrome or colour sensor. By specifying the alternative rectangular body design for those particularly demanding applications, an additional -10°C cooling performance may be achieved. Steve Chambers, Artemis CCD’s CEO said: “The FS92 has been developed in answer to our customer’s requests for the highest resolution chips in the slim-line body style which is the hallmark of the FS range. This camera represents the pinnacle of achievable performance in such a compact package and is available for immediate delivery.”
Chris Andrews, Sales & Marketing Manager Artemis CCD Limited 8 Lodge Farm Barns New Road, Bawburgh, Norwich, NR9 3LZ, UK.
Tel: +44 (0)1603 740397
Fax: +44 (0)1603 340600
Artemis CCD is a leading manufacturer of cooled low-light application cameras for the scientific and industrial sectors. Artemis CCD’s camera ranges are integrated into Raman spectroscopy equipment, microscopy, gel documentation and chemi-luminescent imaging systems and are successfully delivering results in many of the world’s top life science companies and major research institutes.
Artemis CCD was founded in 2000 and is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Scientific Digital Imaging plc headquartered in Cambridge, UK. The firm has an Operations and R&D facility based in Norwich, UK and a manufacturing base in a dedicated factory in Lisbon, Portugal.-
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