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Cameras with the newest Scientific CMOS (sCMOS) sensors from Gpixel (GSENSE400, GSENSE2020, GSENSE5130, GSENSE6060) including their Backside illuminated versions come in two combinations.
First is a fusion of the highly sensitive sensors with USB 3.0 interface and Thermoelectric Cooling using Peltier - ideal for decreasing the already low noise.
Second is utilizing the fast PCIe interface to utilize the full potential of high speed and Global shutter feature while keeping remarkable Dynamic range and Full Well Capacity.
Thus, the cameras are designed with consideration for both the Scientific applications requiring long exposures as well as industrial systems taking advantage of image quality and minimal motion blur.

Documents

Brochure
3D STEP model
Mechanical drawing

Quantum efficiency graph - GSENSE400 / BSI, GSENSE2020 / BSI

Knowledge base

USB3 Zone
ADC - Bit readout explained
CCD, CMOS or sCMOS
FAQ

Hardware

Bracket - mechanical drawing
Power cable

Software

xiCOP - control panel software
CamTool- viewer like application
XIMEA API Software Package
XIMEA Linux Software Package
XIMEA Mac OSX Software Package
Python
Vision Libraries

Applications

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, Solar polarimetry, Protein/Lipid Trafficking, Voltage Sensitive Dyes, Quantum Dots and Optics, OCT, FCS, Mineralogy, Membrane Dynamics, Ion signaling and Transport Physiology, gene expression analysis, Photovoltaic inspection, gSTED, Digital pathology, Bose-Einstein Condensation, neutron tomography, CARS, Ophthalmology, Electrophysiology, BEC dynamics, Biophysics, Phosphorescence, Corona detection, Biometrics, Photoluminescence Spectroscopy, Endoscopy and Biomedical, Nanoparticle, Intrinsic, Ratiometric, Calcium, Pulsar imaging, Space debris and NEO tracking

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