Application Note

In-Vivo Imaging In NIR-II / SWIR (600-1700nm)

Source: Raptor Photonics Limited
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Non-invasive fluorescence imaging of small animals has been a technique widely used for years as a method in preclinical research. Techniques have developed considerably in recent years, but still face a number of limitations. Raptor has been developing InGaAs cameras for years. The Ninox family of cooled InGaAs cameras enable longer integration times. These cameras are available in various resolutions and pixel sizes. As well as being compact and low power, they provide high sensitivity, ultra-low noise images in visible and SWIR wavelengths. Raptor has worked closely with Nirmidas to develop the right camera choice for DeepVision, the Ninox 640-II. For more information, download the full application note.

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