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Electron Multiplying Charge Coupled Devices or EMCCDs are image detectors capable of detecting single photon events while maintaining quantum efficiency. They typically feature high sensitivity and high speed especially when compared to more traditional CCDs. They find application in low light scenarios and are used in fields such as life sciences, astronomy, spectroscopy and x-ray.
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​Andor has introduced a new addition to the iXon EMCCD cameras which are ultrasensitive digital cameras specifically designed to drive the absolute best from EMCCD technology across all performance parameters and specifications.
Andor’s Newton CCD and EMCCD spectroscopy detectors have been designed specifically for fast and low-light spectroscopic applications.
The Photometrics Evolve EMCCDs are the ultimate deep-cooled, back-thinned EMCCD cameras. Years of engineering expertise have enabled Photometrics to perfect every element of the Evolve EMCCDs. The Evolve EMCCDs offers life science researchers the world’s first advanced feature set designed specifically for EMCCD cameras and for low-light-level bio-imaging applications.
QImaging is proud to introduce the Rolera EM-C2, the latest addition to its line-up of high-speed, high-sensitivity cameras. This camera is specifically designed to detect extremely low light levels at super-high frame rates with unparalleled spatial resolution. It enables life science researchers to take high-resolution, low-light video rate images capturing events never seen before.
Princeton Instruments, a pioneer in low-light-level imaging technology, has been at the forefront of EMCCD technology for the better part of this decade. The Princeton Instruments ProEM camera is the culmination of years of working with leading researchers and skillfully implementing our own ultra-low-noise electronics, deep cooling, and EMCCD expertise.