Poplarville, MS (PRWEB) January 15, 2013
Quantum Scientific Imaging, Inc. today announced the addition of the QSI RS Series of deep cooled CCD cameras to their award-winning family of scientific cameras.
The QSI RS Series features a broad range of full-frame and interline transfer CCDs from 768x512 pixels up to 8.3MP. A variety of options and accessories are available making the RS Series ideal for a wide variety of life science and research applications including Fluorescent Microscopy, Gel Documentation (Geldoc), Chemiluminescence, Spectroscopy, drug discovery and protein analysis.
Dual read rates of up to 8 MHz with high-speed USB 2.0, deep cooling to greater than 45C below ambient and full 16-bit pixel depth allow QSI RS Series cameras to produce high quality images with high frame rates, extremely wide dynamic range, excellent linearity and exceptionally low noise.
RS series cameras are available with no-coverglass CCDs and fused silica windows for maximum transmission across a broad spectrum of light, from as low as 240nm in the ultraviolet (UV) through the visual band up to 1100nm in the near infrared (NIR). Electronic input and output triggers with latency as low as 5µsec allow precise exposure timing and triggering of external events such as strobes. RS 4.2 and RS 2.0 models support Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) exposure mode for flow visualization with two exposures as close together as one millisecond.
Cooling on the RS Series is achieved with a custom 2-stage thermoelectric cooler (TEC) providing regulated cooling to greater than 45C below ambient, or greater than 50C with the optional Liquid Heat Exchanger.
QSI cameras are renowned for providing exceptionally low noise and wide dynamic range. QSI cameras are relied upon today by leading commercial organizations, universities and government research labs around the world. QSI’s proprietary ResearchSpec™ profiling inc
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