The compact, fully automated system provides easy access to the world of time-resolved luminescence spectroscopy.
Berlin (Germany), 10 December 2018 – PicoQuant will present its plug and play time-resolved spectrometer FluoTime 250 for the first time to the public at Photonics West, February 2-7, 2019 in San Franscico, CA, USA. Besides this fully automated system, PicoQuant will also present the new event timer MultiHarp 150 and the smart picosecond pulsed diode laser driver Taiko PDL M1.
The FluoTime 250 is a luminescence spectrometer that makes acquiring time-resolved data as simple as plugging it in and start measuring. Thanks to a 25 year long experience in developing high-end diode lasers, spectrometers, and microscopes, PicoQuant distilled the essentials for time-resolved spectroscopy into a compact, fully automated device.
The MultiHarp 150, a high throughput event timer, features 4 or 8 independent detection channels. By combining very high data throughput with outstanding picosecond timing precision and ultra short dead times, it is the ideal device for any application requiring high precision photon counting and time tagging using multiple detectors. This powerful yet easy-to-use event timer is perfectly suited for performing fluorescence lifetime imaging at high frame rates when using multiple detectors.
Another highlight at the Photonics West show is the new smart picosecond laser driver Taiko PDL M1 that offers unmatched operational flexibility for the most demanding applications in life and materials science, semiconductor diagnostic as well as laser-ranging. Featuring both an intuitive local one button control scheme and a versatile remote user interface, operating a laser has never been easier.
Visitors will be able to see PicoQuant's latest developments and to discuss projects with the company's senior scientists at BiOS booth #8638 and at Photonics West booths #4869/4875 (North Hall) and #926 (South Hall).
PicoQuant is a leading research and development company specializing in optoelectronics, which was founded in 1996. The company, based in the science and technology park of Berlin-Adlershof, Germany, is a worldwide leader in the field of single photon counting applications. The product portfolio encompasses picosecond pulsed diode lasers and LEDs, photon counting instrumentation, fluorescence lifetime spectrometers, FLIM and FCS upgrade kits for laser scanning microscopes as well as time-resolved confocal and super-resolution microscopes. Since April 2008 Sales and Support in North America is handled by PicoQuant Photonics North America Inc. The PicoQuant group employs currently around 80 people.