Biotechnology & Medical Products

  1. Multi-Pixel Photon Counters (MPPC) for Medical Devices
    11/1/2013

    Multi-Pixel Photon Counters, or MPPCs, are devices comprised of multiple avalanche photodiode pixels. They offer low voltage operation as well as insensitivity to magnetic fields, and are used to count photons. Hamamatsu’s line of MPPCs are particularly well suited for several different kinds of medical devices such as flow cytometers, PET (positron emission tomography) scanners, and in instruments for in vitro diagnostics (fluorescence and luminescence assays).

  2. Electro-Optical and Opto-Mechanical Assemblies for Medical/Life Sciences
    10/19/2013

    Zygo’s Electro-Group provides design, manufacturing, and assembly engineering services for electro-optical and opto-mechanical assemblies used in medical and life science applications.

  3. PixelCam™ Multispectral Snapshot Camera
    2/20/2013

    PixelCam™ multispectral cameras are ideal for applications involving aerial surveillance mapping, precision agriculture, biomedical imaging, machine vision, and authentication. The camera, or its multispectral sensor, can also be customized for integration into OEM products.

    PixelCam™ multispectral cameras provide live imaging of 3-9 spectral bands at video rates.  Simultaneous multi-channel “snapshot” acquisition delivers rich, real-time data without scene change or pixel shift.  Custom dichroic filter arrays are integrated into the focal plane array at wafer-level to create robust linear and area sensors that extract high-contrast spectral information at specific visible and infrared wavelengths.  This breakthrough technology enables easy integration into handheld, mobile and aerial cameras – all with the same frame rate, size, weight, and power consumption as monochrome cameras.

  4. Glass Fabrication & Thin Film Coatings for Bio-Tech Applications
    6/20/2012

    Abrisa Technologies' glass fabrication, specialty glass offerings, and thin film coatings expertise can support such applications as: diagnostic imaging (X-ray, CT, PET), endoscopy, ophthalmology, microscopy, and a host of other life science and medical test device applications.