News & Announcements
New KURO™ Camera Is First in World To Utilize Back-Illuminated Scientific CMOS Sensor Technology for Ultra-Low-Light Imaging and SpectroscopyNovember 11, 2016
Princeton Instruments is pleased to introduce its KURO:1200B, the world’s first scientific CMOS camera system to implement back-illuminated sensor technology. Until now, this key technology had been leveraged almost exclusively by CCD camera systems, which despite their excellent sensitivity are unable to match CMOS frame rates.
SOPHIA-XO – A VUV and direct x-ray detection camera designed for ultra-sensitive measurements in the 10 eV to 30 keV energy range.November 10, 2016
Princeton Instruments is pleased to introduce its SOPHIA-XO:2048 high-speed, ultra-low-noise camera, which is engineered to address even the most demanding very low flux scientific applications. The camera features a 2048 x 2048, 15 µm2 pixel CCD and provides >3 fps with 16 MHz readout speed at full resolution.
Princeton Instruments introduces the world’s first aberration-free spectroscopy sytem - FERGIE - to Chinese researchers.
New compact, research-grade spectroscopy system that delivers aberration-free imaging and can be set up for a multitude of different experiments in minutes.September 19, 2016
Princeton Instruments announces the launch of the FERGIE™ spectroscopy system. FERGIE is a fully integrated, aberration-free spectrograph with a built-in, low-noise, cooled detector.
Princeton Instruments releases LightField® 6.0 – Next generation scientific imaging and spectroscopy software with Windows 10 supportSeptember 15, 2016
Princeton Instruments is pleased to announce a major upgrade to its acclaimed LightField software with support for the Windows 10 operating system.
From Astronomy to X-ray Applications: Next-Generation, Ultra-Low-Noise SOPHIA™ Cameras Ready to Revolutionize ResearchFebruary 16, 2016
Princeton Instruments is pleased to introduce its SOPHIA series, a line of next-generation, ultra-low-noise cameras engineered to address even the most demanding low-light-level scientific applications. These cameras feature Princeton Instruments’ proprietary new ArcTec™ thermoelectric cooling technology and will be shown publicly for the first time at SPIE Photonics West in San Francisco, February 16–18.
Princeton Instruments is pleased to introduce the new incarnation of its extremely popular PI-MTE in-vacuum x-ray camera line, now featuring specially designed higher-sensitivity CCDs.
Researchers affiliated with the Department of Medical Physics and Bioengineering, University College London, designed and tested a NIR spectroscopy system, which includes an Acton LS-785 spectrometer and PIXIS 512 CCD camera, to aid in the diagnosis of neonatal brain injury.