Teledyne Photometrics Retiga E9 CMOS scientific camera

Wednesday, 24 January, 2024 | Supplied by: SciTech Pty Ltd

The Retiga E9 CMOS camera from Teledyne Photometrics can capture exposures from tens of microseconds up to 60 min, thus delivering detailed, high-resolution images without extraneous noise.

With a combination of low readout noise, high quantum efficiency, small pixel size and large full well capacity, the CMOS camera is suitable for imaging low-light signals for the extended periods of time required in gel documentation, DNA and RNA sequencing, qPCR, fluorescence/phosphorescence imaging, and general microscopy applications. The 9 MP, 3k x 3k array matches the field of view of many scientific imaging instruments, microscopes and other C-mount-based optical systems.

With its stacked CMOS sensor technology developed by Sony, the product’s square pixel array with 3.76 µm pixels, high dynamic range (82 dB), low noise and high QE >90% combine to create a sensitive and versatile camera ready for integration or benchtop use. As well a Standard 16-bit mode, the device features a 16-bit Extended Dynamic Range (EDR) mode, which combines a large full well capacity with a low read noise to result in ~2.5x more dynamic range than other modes, easily capturing both intense and weak signals in the same image.

The Retiga E9 platform, using the Teledyne Photometrics Citadel Sensor Chamber, isolates the sensor from the environment and allows air cooling down to below -20°C. The platform is designed for easy device integration into instrumentation, with a compact form factor, USB 3.2 10 Gbps data communication, and long camera lifetime.

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