News & Announcements

Teledyne’s COSMOS 66 Megapixel Large-Array Cameras for Astronomy Available to Order

July 18, 2022

The camera provides unprecedented performance—up to 81 mm x 81 mm imaging area, BSI technology, sub electron read noise and >90% peak quantum efficiency

Teledyne brings its Engineering Innovation to SPIE’s Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation Conference

July 5, 2022

Teledyne brings its Engineering Innovation to SPIE’s Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation Conference

The Center aims to advance a global network of quantum computers, processors, and sensors for the quantum internet

April 14, 2022

Teledyne announces partnership with Center for Quantum Networks

New, CCD Cameras extend Teledyne’s spectroscopy portfolio into system integrator and OEM market

March 29, 2021

Princeton Instruments announces new series of CCD cameras for Original Equipment Manufacturers

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.