Nüvü Camēras HNü1024 EMCCD camera for low-light imaging

Thursday, 05 September, 2019 | Supplied by: SciTech Pty Ltd

The HNü1024 EMCCD camera by Nüvü Camēras is sensitive enough to observe individual photons at high frame rates up to 20 MHz in full frame. With a background noise below 0.001 ē/pix/frame as well as an EM peaking at 5000, the camera is set to bring precision and sensitivity to several biomedical research fields.

The EMCCD camera is suitable for ultralow-light applications including fluorescence and bioluminescence imaging, FRET and BRET imaging, small animal imaging, spectroscopy and super-resolution microscopy, as well as clinical applications such as nuclear medicine, fluorescence guided surgery, multimodal imaging and Cerenkov luminescence imaging. With Nüvü Camēras’ technology, the product provides high-quality optics enabling quantum efficiency of >90% at 600 nm; intuitive NüPixel software for control, acquisition and analysis; a variety of drivers for third-party software; and a a software development kit (SDK) for customisability.

The EMCCD camera also has low clock-induced charges (CIC) levels, the dominant noise source of EMCCD technology. This gives rise to high SNR, as does stabilised on-chip thermoelectric cooling down to -80±0.01°C by air for minimal background signal. Technology optimised for true photon counting enables both linear and photon counting modes in EM operation.

Communication interface is via PCIe Camera Link (min 4X) or GigE Vision (Gigabit Ethernet). The operating system is Windows (XP, 7 and 10) or Linux.

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