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New FERGIE Distributor in UK and Ireland

November 9, 2017

Princeton Instruments Appoints Quantum Design UK and Ireland Ltd as Distributor for FERGIE Spectroscopy Product Segment

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Princeton Instruments Direct detection CCD + Software for McPherson SXR Spectrometers

November 8, 2017

McPherson Press Release:

New software support for McPherson deep UV and soft x-ray spectrometer systems and Princeton Instruments soft x-ray cameras.

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BLAZE Spectroscopy Cameras Offer New Levels of Performance

November 6, 2017

Super Sentive | Blazing Fast | Deepest Cooling

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MIT Researchers Use Deep-Cooled Princeton Instruments FPA Camera To Advance In-Vivo Imaging in the SWIR

May 31, 2017

/products/NIRvana-InGaAs-cameraPrinceton Instruments hails the introduction and evaluation of a new class of high-quality, indium-arsenide (InAs)–based, short-wave infrared (SWIR)–emitting quantum dots for use as in vivo imaging agents by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. A state-of-the-art Princeton Instruments NIRvana® camera featuring a thermoelectrically cooled indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) focal plane array (FPA) was employed in the quantum dot evaluation.

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Fastest and highest resolution 1M pixel electron-multiplying CCD camera for high-resolution imaging and spectroscopy

May 23, 2017

Princeton Instruments is pleased to introduce the fastest and highest resolution 1M pixel, 10 µm x 10 µm pixels EMCCD camera, the ProEM-HS:1KBX3-10µm. This addition to the popular ProEM®-HS product line utilizes both the latest low-noise readout electronics and Princeton Instruments’ patented eXcelon®3 (X3) fringe-suppression technology to deliver single-photon sensitivity.

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