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  1. Anti-Glare Glass and Specular Gloss Units Datasheet
    1/28/2015

    Abrisa’s anti-glare glass and specular gloss coatings are ideal for flat panel displays, touch and gesture recognition, vis-IR imaging and surveillance applications, advanced instrumentation, and more.

  2. Anti-Glare Glass and Specular Gloss Units
    1/28/2015

    Abrisa’s anti-glare glass allows its users to focus solely on the displayed image without interference from reflected images. It’s manufactured via a controlled acid etch process yielding uniform diffused surfaces for anti-glare and high resolution.  They can be used for vision panels, doors, windows, display cases, and much more.

  3. HD MWIR Camera: A8300sc Datasheet
    1/28/2015

    The A8300sc is an MWIR camera designed to prevent image blurring when monitoring fast moving objects – something that uncooled thermal imaging cameras cannot do.

  4. EMCCD Camera for Scientific Imaging and Spectroscopy: ProEM-HS Datasheet
    1/28/2015

    The ProEM-HS is an EMCCD camera that can deliver more than 60 full frames per second at 20 MHz. Its high speed makes it ideal for capturing low light and fast kinetics, but it can also enter a slow scan CCD mode for an application like precision photometry.

  5. EMCCD Camera for Scientific Imaging and Spectroscopy
    1/28/2015

    Princeton Instrument’s ProEM-HS is an EMCCD camera that provides enhanced QE and fringe suppression when compared to standard back-illuminated sensors. Its 20 MHz speed and >60 fps EM mode makes it an ideal imaging solution for the capture of low light and fast kinetics, while a slow scan CCD mode with a very low readout noise lends itself well to precision photometry applications.

  6. SWIR InGaAs Linescan Camera: GL2048R Datasheet
    1/27/2015

    The GL2048R is a short-wave infrared (SWIR) camera whose specifications make it ideal for  OCT, high-resolution spectroscopy of intense spectra, silicon wafer microscopy, SWIR machine vision of moving objects or parts, thermal MV imaging (greater than 150oC), and integrated circuit microscopy.

  7. SWIR InGaAs Linescan Camera: GL2048R
    1/27/2015

    The GL2048R SWIR InGaAs linescan camera’s high-resolution, stability, and reliability make it especially ideal for optical coherence tomography (OCT) applications studying blood flow or large tissue volumes at 1.04, 1.32, and 1.55µm. It features a 2048 x 1 pixel array with a 10µm pitch and high QE from 0.99µm to 1.65µm.

  8. Visualizing The Invisible: The Future Of Fluorescence Microscopy — Part 2
    1/21/2015

    In Part 1 of Visualizing the Invisible, I provided a background on fluorescence microscopy, including an overview of current and future fluorescent probes, and a discussion of the various components of a microscopy system. In this article, I will delve into the major factors to take into consideration when selecting a camera for a fluorescence microscope system. I will also provide an in-depth discussion of other super-resolution fluorescence microscopy techniques. Finally, I will provide an overview of where fluorescence microscopy is headed, and I will highlight the areas in which the technique will need improvement in the near future for widespread adoption.

  9. Using Thermal Imaging To Detect Small Nerve Fiber Dysfunction
    1/21/2015

    It is estimated that about 2% of the world population suffers from small nerve fiber dysfunction, which can result in neuropathic pain; diabetic patients represent a large portion of this population. While the dysfunction of large nerve fibers can be assessed using standard neurological examination and electromyography (EMG), currently no noninvasive techniques exist to detect and quantify small fiber dysfunction.

  10. IR Detectors for Minimizing Out-Of-Band Radiation: SCD-B Series
    1/15/2015

    Lead salt detectors were first used for infrared imaging applications in military research during the 1930s. Since their introduction, they’ve proven to be an effective infrared photodetector for a wide range of analysis, spectroscopy, high-speed infrared imaging, and defense applications. They’re not without their shortcomings, however.

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