News & Announcements
Teledyne Imaging Introduces COSMOS – the Next Generation of High-Performance, Large-Array Cameras for Astronomy
March 9, 2021
Teledyne Imaging, part of Teledyne Technologies, is proud to introduce COSMOS™, large-format, back side illuminated (BSI) CMOS cameras optimized for astronomy. Exclusively developed by Teledyne Imaging, COSMOS draws on decades of expertise in CCD and CMOS sensor and camera development to enable new possibilities in ground-based astronomical imaging.
Teledyne Imaging to Present Latest Vision Solutions for Scientific and Industrial Imaging at Photonics West Digital Forum
February 25, 2021
Teledyne Imaging, a Teledyne Technologies company, represented by Teledyne’s Princeton Instruments, Photometrics, e2v, DALSA, Acton Optics and Lumenera will showcase their newest technologies at the SPIE’s Photonics West Digital Forum taking place March 6-11, 2021.
Teledyne Imaging Begins a New Era in Large Area CMOS Imaging
February 9, 2021
Teledyne Imaging, is proud to introduce LACera™, a significant step forward in CMOS capabilities for advanced imaging which will enable the next generation of scientific discovery. Exclusively developed by Teledyne Imaging, LACera advanced imaging technology draws on Teledyne’s decades of expertise in CMOS sensor and camera development.
Teledyne Imaging to present latest developments in ground-based astronomy instrumentation at AAS Annual Meeting
January 5, 2021
Teledyne Imaging is pleased to announce they will exhibit at the American Astronomical Society Annual (AAS) Meeting from January 11th through the 15th, 2021.
Dr. Chance Carter recognized by the Society for Applied Spectroscopy for outstanding work
September 16, 2020
Chance Carter, from the Lawrence Livermore National Lab has recently been recognized for his contribution to the field of spectroscopy.
Teledyne Princeton Instruments and Teledyne Acton Optics’ UV lenses and mirrors on board NASA’s Mars Rover Perseverance
August 11, 2020
Teledyne Acton Optics UV lenses and mirrors were incorporated into aspects of the remote sensing instrument, SHERLOC, to begin the search for microbial life on Mars.
New article in Laser Focus World, written by Peng Zou, about the use of Raman spectroscopy as a clinical tool
August 11, 2020
An article, written by Peng Zou, was published in Laser Focus World (August 2020 edition) discussing how recent technological advancements have allowed Raman spectroscopy to be used within a clinical setting.
Passing of our colleague Reinhold Schaefer
July 8, 2020
We are saddened at the news this June of the passing of our colleague Reinhold Schaefer.
New podcast series features conversations with scientific imaging experts
July 7, 2020
Science Off Camera is a new podcast, in conjunction with Teledyne Photometrics, in which leading experts from all over the globe discuss their scientific journey and the research they are currently exploring.
Improved BLAZE® Spectroscopy CCD Camera Wavelength Coverage
June 18, 2020
Teledyne Princeton Instruments, the leading developer and manufacturer of advanced scientific cameras and spectroscopy equipment, is pleased to introduce a significant improvement in the performance and wavelength coverage of the BLAZE® spectroscopy CCD camera with eXcelonTM technology.
Teledyne Princeton Instruments introduces Raman spectrometer for limitation-shattering, high-sensitivity performance in NIR
June 9, 2020
Teledyne Princeton Instruments, a Teledyne Technologies [NYSE:TDY] company, and world-renowned manufacturer of scientific imaging and spectroscopy equipment, is pleased to introduce its new TPIR-785 Raman spectrometer, a fully integrated system that leverages leading-edge spectrograph and camera technologies to optimize performance in the near-infrared (NIR) region.
Teledyne Princeton Instruments adds new aberration-free spectrograph to award-winning IsoPlane product portfolio
May 7, 2020
Teledyne Princeton Instruments (TPI), a Teledyne Technologies [NYSE:TDY] company, announces the addition of the new IsoPlane® 81 aberration-free, imaging spectrograph to their award-winning IsoPlane spectrograph portfolio. The IsoPlane 81, formerly FERGIE, features an advanced, proprietary spectrograph design integrated with a deeply cooled, research-grade CCD camera; all in a very small form factor.
Teledyne Princeton Instruments expands its groundbreaking NIRvana SWIR camera portfolio with unprecedented value-for-performance model
February 4, 2020
Princeton Instruments announces the immediate availability of its newest offering in the NIRvana® SWIR portfolio: the NIRvana HS. The NIRvana HS offers an exciting, truly innovative set of world-class performance features utilizing the advantages of the second near-infrared window (NIR-II) window to meet the increasingly diverse needs of today’s scientific, industrial, and medical communities.
NIRvana InGaAs Camera Used in Ground-breaking NIR-II Fluorescence Imaging of Colorectal Cancer
December 5, 2019
Teledyne Princeton Instruments, a Teledyne Technologies [NYSE:TDY] company and world-renowned manufacturer of scientific imaging and spectroscopy equipment, is pleased to recognize the recently published work of a multidisciplinary research team in China and the USA. The collaboration has resulted in the design, construction, and characterization of an endoscopic system to perform targeted second near-infrared window (NIR-II) fluorescence imaging of colorectal cancer.†
Teledyne Princeton Instrument’s advanced system improves high-speed, label-free imaging of living cells
September 6, 2019
Teledyne Princeton Instruments is pleased to recognize the recent work of Associate Professor Hideaki Kano of the University of Tsukuba, Japan. Earlier this year, Dr. Kano and his colleagues performed ultra-multiplex CARS spectroscopic imaging (18 colors corresponding to 18 wavenumbers; 600 cm-1 – 3600 cm-1) on live A549 cells, reporting an effective exposure time per pixel of 1.8 msec.