Live cell camera

Monday, 10 October, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.scitech.com.au/



The Ixon DV885 is the latest addition to the Andor family of EMCCD (electron multiplying) cameras. The Ixon camera features high sensitivity, which makes it suitable for live cell imaging applications.

The camera features EMCCD gain of up to 1000, thermo electric cooling down to -90°C, rapid frame rates with a readout speed up to 35 MHz, resolution of 1004 x 1002 for sharp images, plus a 14/16 bit dynamic range.

The camera can be used with the EMCCD gain turned off for maximum dynamic range, which makes it a versatile microscope camera for fluorescence imaging applications.

The Ixon also features a maintenance-free hard metal vacuum seal. This protects the EMCCD sensor and enables the camera to be cooled to such low temperatures, hence resulting in very low noise. A single window design also enables minimal data loss compared with a dual window design. The Ixon is compatible with most popular third-party image analysis programs. It is also available with the Andor iQ imaging program or Image Pro Plus.

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