Artemis CCD Ltd Announces New VS Range of Cooled Scientific Cameras for OEM Integrators
Published: Apr 03, 2013
Other features include an I/O port for external triggering and sequencing, extended cooling with a -35degC delta, up to 8x8 binning and 16 bit digitization at 12MPixels/s. For the first time in an Artemis CCD camera, the VS range will include a version with an integrated filter wheel fully controlled by the inclusive software package. Compatibility with LabVIEW and open source image analysis software such as ImageJ is carried over from the existing Artemis CCD range and a comprehensive Software Development Kit (SDK) will be available for download from the ArtemisCCD.com web site. The full range of cameras will be available from June 2013 and OEM customers are invited to discuss their specific needs at their earliest convenience.
Steve Chambers, Artemis CCD’s CEO said: “Our new VS range of cameras represents a significant expansion to the number of applications our cameras are ideally matched to. Existing users have long been impressed by the performance of Artemis CCD products and we have listened closely to our customer base to design a camera which exactly meets their performance and integration requirements for low light imaging systems.”
For Further Information Contact:
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.