Navigation Links
QSI Announces RS Series of Deep Cooled CCD Cameras
Date:1/15/2013

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
'/>"/>

Source: PRWeb
Copyright©2012 Vocus, Inc.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3

Related biology technology :

1. Photonics21 Group Announces Prize for Photonics with Industrial Impact
2. Cieri Media Announces New Science Series 'Bright Ideas' Focusing on Latest Inventions
3. Mobility and Big Data Analytics Provider NuWare Announces the Appointment of Rohit Shyam as Chief Strategy & Marketing Officer
4. My Cleaning Products Announces its Rusterizer New Year Discount of 30%
5. DuPont Tate & Lyle Bio Products Announces Innovation Award Program
6. The Veterinary Bioscience Institute Announces its January 2013 Webinar Schedule
7. The Veterinary Bioscience Institute Announces an Amazing Series of 41 Webinars for 2013
8. BioTechniques Announces the Publication of 'Transfection' – The First Issue of a New, Digital-Only Spotlight Series
9. Spartan Bioscience Announces 6,000-Patient Study of Personalized Medicine for Cardiac Stents
10. The Conference Forum Announces A New Medicaid Rebate Summit for Early 2013
11. Bayer CropScience Announces Registration for use of Alion on Grapes in California
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:11/24/2014)... , Nov. 24, 2014  Spherix Incorporated (Nasdaq: ... committed to the fostering and monetization of intellectual ... VTech Telecommunications Ltd.,  Case No. 3:13-cv-03494-M and  Spherix ... 3:13-cv-03496-M, both in the United States District Court ... . On November 21, ...
(Date:11/22/2014)... (PRWEB) November 21, 2014 Two new educational ... what comes next for ALS research and how the pharmaceutical ... After the Ice Bucket Challenge: Where Does the ALS Money ... Tuesday, 2 December 2014, Time: 1:30pm ET, Register ... expert speaker Dr. Merit Cudkowicz, Julianne Dorn Professor of Neurology ...
(Date:11/22/2014)... Colo. (PRWEB) November 21, 2014 ... proprietary cloud based analytics and scientific testing methodologies relating ... commitment for a $750,000 line of credit from an ... extremely pleased to have secured this commitment from one ... Executive Officer of CannLabs. “This capital will help accelerate ...
(Date:11/22/2014)... The “Chiral Chromatography Columns Market by ... Glass, Plastic), by Application [GC, LC (HPLC, UHPLC, ... 2018” analyses and studies the major market drivers, ... Asia, and Rest of the World. , Browse ... through 135 pages and in-depth TOC on “Chiral ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Markman Hearing Held as Scheduled in VTech and Uniden Cases 2DrugDev Webinars in December to Explore What Comes Next for ALS Research and How We Can Make Life Easier for Clinical Sites 2CannLabs Secures $750,000 Line Of Credit 2Chiral Chromatography Columns Market worth $87.8 Million by 2018 - New Research Report by MarketsandMarkets 2Chiral Chromatography Columns Market worth $87.8 Million by 2018 - New Research Report by MarketsandMarkets 3Chiral Chromatography Columns Market worth $87.8 Million by 2018 - New Research Report by MarketsandMarkets 4Chiral Chromatography Columns Market worth $87.8 Million by 2018 - New Research Report by MarketsandMarkets 5
... 4 Peregrine,Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Nasdaq: PPHM ), a ... of cancer and,hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection, today announced ... results ended July 31, 2007 on September,10, 2007, and ... the,results at 11:30 a.m. EDT on the same day. ...
... Sept. 4 Osteotech, Inc.,(Nasdaq: OSTE ), ... repair,of the musculoskeletal system, announced today that Sam ... an overview,of the Company,s strategic direction and market ... Investor Conference. Mr. Owusu-Akyaw is,scheduled to present at ...
... global pharma/biotech industries, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and Biotechnology Middle East (PABME) 27-29 ... ... Emirates, Sept. 4 The Middle East,market for pharmaceutical manufacturing and biotechnology, ... digits. The market,drivers are: -- Dubai is the commercial, scientific and ...
Cached Biology Technology:Peregrine Pharmaceuticals to Announce First Quarter FY 2008 Financial Results 2
(Date:11/10/2014)... shelves in early 2010, and people have used them ... be tossed into a washing machine without ever having ... though, has come with risks for young children. , ... found that from 2012 through 2013, U.S. poison control ... years of age swallowing, inhaling, or otherwise being exposed ...
(Date:11/6/2014)... Most cancer deaths occur because of metastasis, yet ... has been slow. , "It,s been particularly challenging ... Taran Gujral, research fellow in systems biology at ... aren,t detected until after they,ve already metastasized." , ... culprit that should help researchers better understand how ...
(Date:11/5/2014)... Janeiro, Brazil -Individuals show great diversity in their ability ... and females greatly differ in their perceptual evaluation of ... smell tests. , Sex differences in olfactory ... and may be connected to one,s perception of smell, ... Thus, women,s olfactory superiority has been suggested to be ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Study finds laundry detergent pods, serious poisoning risk for children 2Migration negation 2Migration negation 3The female nose always knows: Do women have more olfactory neurons? 2
... recently developed mouse model of brain,tumors common in ... human condition and provides unique insight,into tumor development, ... School of Medicine in St. Louis.,After validating their ... blood vessels and immune system cells may be ...
... at the Marine Biological,Laboratory (MBL) has published ... that supports her hypothesis that, when combined, ... as BCE--can act synergistically to alter a ... have previously studied the effects,of these pollutants ...
... crystallized form of a molecular machine that can cut ... for treating diseases such as some forms of cancer ... University researchers froze one of these molecular machines, which ... at mid-point in its work cycle. When frozen, crystallized ...
Cached Biology News:Mouse brain tumors mimic those in human genetic disorder 2Mouse brain tumors mimic those in human genetic disorder 3Clam embryo study shows pollutant mixture adversely affects nerve cell development 2Clam embryo study shows pollutant mixture adversely affects nerve cell development 3Molecular machine may lead to new drugs to combat human diseases 2Molecular machine may lead to new drugs to combat human diseases 3