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Scitech  introduces Andor’s new Zyla 5.5 megapixel sCMOS cameras designed as a low light camera solution for research and OEM environments.
 
Offering high speed, high sensitivity imaging performance in a remarkably light, compact and cost-effective design, the new Zyla sCMOS cameras suit the needs of cutting edge applications with sustained frame rate performance of up to 100 fps. A highly cost-effective 30 fps version is also available.
 
The cameras are ideal for microscopy, fluorescence microscopy and physical science applications, offering maximum flexibility with rolling and global (snapshot) shutter readout modes. The global shutter mode provides an important ‘freeze frame’ exposure mechanism that emulates an interline CCD, overcoming the transient readout nature of the rolling shutter mode.
 
Key features and benefits of Zyla sCMOS cameras:
 
  • Compact and lightweight design integrates easily into space restricted set-ups
  • Rolling and global shutter modes for maximum exposure and readout flexibility across all applications
  • 1.2 e-rms read noise offers lower detection limit than any CCD
  • '10-tap' camera link and high speed data processing harness 100 fps frame rate performance from sensor
  • 5.5 megapixel sensor format and 6.5 μm pixels deliver extremely sharp resolution over a 22mm diagonal field of view
  • Dual gain amplifiers for maximum well depth and low noise simultaneously, affording extended dynamic range of 25,000:1
  • TE cooling to 0ºC in 35ºC ambient temperature ideal for OEM integration into enclosed systems
  • Extensive FPGA on-head data processing ensures high image quality and quantitative fidelity from sCMOS technology
  • FPGA generated timestamp with 25ns accuracy
  • Dynamic baseline clamp ensures quantitative accuracy across the image area and between successive images of a kinetic series
  • Real-time FPGA filter identifies and compensates for spurious high noise pixels
  • Single input window with double AR coating ensures maximum photon throughput
  • Data flow monitor
  • iCam market leading exposure switching with minimal overheads
  • Comprehensive trigger modes and I/O communication and synchronisation within intricate experimental set-ups
  • Cameralink interface permits high bandwidth data spooling to PC, allowing fast continuous kinetic series

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