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SHOW PREVIEW: LASER WORLD OF PHOTONICS


Te 520nm modules require 4.5-6VDC to operate and can be built with Laser Components’ optional integrated digital modulation circuit, allowing the laser to be turned on and off in quick succession. www.lasercomponents.co.uk


Te Prime 95B scientific CMOS being shown by Photometrics offers 95 per cent quantum efficiency. It makes use of backside illumination to maximise


light collection and incorporates computational capabilities, enabling powerful signal restoration for low-light imaging and feature detection for localisation-based super-resolution microscopy. Prime 95B is three times more sensitive than the previous scientific CMOS cameras and was designed to meet researchers’ needs to maximise light collection by converting nearly every available photon to a useful signal. It’s real-time processing features include: PrimeEnhance, which quantitatively increases the signal-to-noise ratio by 3 to 5 times, increasing the clarity and quality of images; and PrimeLocate, which dynamically evaluates acquired images and reduces the surplus of


data generated during high speed super-resolution imaging.


Te Prime 95B is best suited to low light microscopy techniques such as single molecule fluorescence, confocal imaging and super-resolution microscopy.


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Princeton Instruments will be demoing a scientific CMOS camera implementing back- illuminated sensor technology. Te camera includes Princeton


Instruments’ powerful soſtware, Kuro. Te company will also show NIRvana SWIR scientific-grade InGaAs cameras, PI-MAX4 ICCD cameras and ProEM HS high-speed EMCCD cameras, as well as IsoPlane aberration- free spectrographs. Te company’s new Fergie spectroscopy system will be on display, a compact, fully integrated, aberration-free spectrograph with a built-in, low-noise, cooled detector. Its ecosystem includes lasers, fibre optics, calibration sources, light-coupling cubes and powerful soſtware, which


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Xenics’ latest addition to its Xlin detectors, the Xlin-FC series, will be presented at its booth. Te Xlin-FC series are the company’s latest line scan SWIR InGaAs detectors, using flip-chip


type hybridisation. Two high-speed detector types will be available, the Xlin-FC R with rectangular pixels for spectroscopy applications, and the Xlin- FC SQ with square pixels for machine vision. Te detectors operate in low illumination conditions thanks to a new high-sensitivity read-out integrated circuit. Te InGaAs photodetectors also exhibit a high QE in the 900nm to 1,700nm wavelength range.


Te detectors come in different resolutions: 512, 1,024 or 2,048 pixels. Fast in-line inspection is guaranteed with a line rate of up to 400kHz, for all three resolutions. www.xenics.com


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