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Cooled CCD cameras - support page


Scientific grade cameras with the large format CCD sensors from ON Semiconductor (former Truesense, former Kodak) come equipped with USB3 interface.
Even the integrated Thermoelectrical Peltier Cooling is conveniently powered through a single USB3 cable with the help of the USB Power Delivery protocol.
The presence of active cooling on the sensor allows long exposure times and decreases the already low noise which is especially important for various Microscopy fields.
All of these factors combined result in cameras that are ideal for scientific applications requiring high Dynamic range and large Full Well Capacity.

Documents

Brochure
3D STEP - 4 Mpix models
3D STEP - 8 Mpix models
3D STEP - 16 and 29 Mpix models
Mechanical drawing - 4 Mpix models
Mechanical drawing - 8 Mpix models
Mechanical drawing - 16 and 29 Mpix models


Quantum efficiency graphs:
KAI-04070 color / KAI-04070 mono

KAI-08052 color / KAI-08052 mono

KAI-16070 color / KAI-16070 mono

KAI-29052 color / KAI-29050 mono


Scientific CMOS (sCMOS) cameras - support page


Knowledge base

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

Hardware

Bracket - mechanical drawing
Trigger cable - description

Software

xiCOP - control panel software
CamTool- viewer like application
XIMEA API Software Package
XIMEA Linux Software Package
XIMEA macOS 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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