Fully automated, easy-to-use, class-leading Raman imaging system “apyron” combining unrivaled spectral resolution in 3D confocal Raman imaging and extremely sensitive laser power determination with a mouse click. The device is presented for the first time at Pittcon 2015 in New Orleans, the major fair for lab instrumentation worldwide.
New camera in the “ORCA II” which is pushing the limits in ultra-low light detection and now comes with a 1M pixel Back-thinned CCD (BT-CCD), cooled down to -90°C and programmable trigger signal output.
Scientific sCMOS camera “ORCA-Flash4.0 LT Gen II” scientific CMOS camera with excellent image quality and high reliability. It delivers 2x the speed, 3x the field of view and up to 5x the signal-to-noise of even the best interline CCD cameras.
Ultra-small laser module “RGBeamlight” which precisely couples three wavelengths to be used directly or carried to the customer’s application through a multimode-fiber.
Addition to the popular portfolio of Peltier temperature controllers, the miniature “TEC-1091” controller. It delivers true bipolar ±4 A / ±19 V DC, resulting in a power density of >2 W/cm³.
Ultra-small laser module “RGBeam” which precisely couples three wavelengths to be used directly
or carried to the customer’s application through a multimode-fiber.
Crystal-optical components and units, mostly customer-specific products in the spectral range of 190 nm to 8 µm. The heart of the company’s production is the manufacture of mica waveplates.
Completly new camera „ImagEM X2“ featuring a back-thinned electron-multiplying CCD sensor (EM-CCD) with even faster speed than previous „ImagEM“ cameras. The new camera offers maximum speed and precision performance for low-light imaging.
New versatile camera „ORCA-Flash4.0 V2“, a 4-megapixel scientific CMOS camera that offers unrivalled flexibility across a wide range of microscopy applications. The camera has many new features such as two scan speeds, a readout mode for light sheet microscopy, and USB 3.0 and Camera Link interfaces.
Ultra-broad tunable, very compact quantum cascade laser-based „MIRcat“ to dramaticalle simplify absorption spectroscopy in the „finger print region“.