Gpixel GSENSE5130 Cooled Scientific CMOS camera

Gpixel GSENSE5130 Cooled Scientific CMOS camera
  • 15 Megapixels, APS-C Global shutter Front illuminated
  •  sCMOS sensor - Gpixel GSENSE5130
  • Ultra compact Scientific CMOS camera with Peltier TEC Cooling
  • Incredible speed with PCIe interface
  • High Dynamic range and extremely Low noise


Scientific grade, compact camera for Material and Life sciences:

Spinning disk confocal imaging, Genomics, High Speed Multicolor and Light Sheet Fluorescence, FRET, FRAP, FISH, TIRF, Cell Biology, Biochip reading, PALM, STORM, dSTORM, GSDIM, SPIM and Widefield Microscopy, Astronomy, Protein/Lipid Trafficking, Voltage Sensitive Dyes, Quantum Dots, Membrane Dynamics, Ion Transport Physiology, Photovoltaic inspection, Mineralogy, OCT, FCS, gSTED, CARS, Digital pathology, Ophthalmology, Electrophysiology, Biophysics, Phosphorescence, Photoluminescence Spectroscopy, Biometrics, Endoscopy and Biomedical, Nanoparticle, Intrinsic, Ratiometric, Calcium imaging.



3D Model on request



Resolution 15 MP 5056 × 2968 pixels
Sensor type Scientific CMOS (sCMOS) Front illuminated
Sensor model Gpixel GSENSE5130
Sensor size APS-C Format
Sensor active area 21.76 x 12.61
Pixel size 4.25 μm
Bits per pixel 2x 10, 11, 12 (16 Bit from API)
Readout noise typ. 1.5 e- (Rolling)
Dynamic range 83 dB (Global or Rolling)
Signal to noise ratio 41.7 dB
Frame rates 17 - 70 Fps (HDR Rolling - Global)
Image data interface PCIe or USB3
Data I/O GPIO 2IN, 2OUT, Serial Port
Power requirements 3.5 W - 16 W with Cooling
Cooling Up to -25°C (with Peltier TEC)
Lens mount C or EF Mount
Weight 170 grams
Dimensions WxHxD 50 x 50 x 55 mm
Customs tariff code 8525.80 30 (EU) / 8525.80 40 (USA)
Last Updated: 10 December 2018, 18:26

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