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LABVOLUTION 2019, 21 - 23 May
Logo Photometrics

Photometrics

CMOS, EMCCD & CCD CAMERAS FOR LIFE SCIENCES

Logo Photometrics
Exhibition stand
Hall 20, Stand A06/1
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Company Data

Photometrics

100 3440 East Britannia Drive
Suite 100
Tucson, AZ 85706
United States of America
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Fax: +1 520 5731944

Facts

Type of company
Manufacturer

Year founded
1978

No. of employees
101-250 (Status: 2017)

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Company profile

Photometrics is the established leader in the global scientific community for high performance cameras that support demanding, quantitative bio-research. The original architect of the first scientific-grade EMCCD, Photometrics maintains its leadership role with the release of Prime, the only sCMOS camera with built-in computational intelligence for image restoration and Prime 95B, the first and only Scientific CMOS camera with 95 percent QE for the highest sensitivity available. Photometrics entered a partnership with QImaging, a company that designs compact, versatile and cost efficient cameras. Together, they launched OEM Imaging, an online product development portal for OEM customers. Biomedical instrumentation builders now have access to technologies from two of the worlds leading scientific camera suppliers for fluorescence and chemiluminescence imaging.Additional information is available at www.photometrics.com, www.oemimaging.com or visit Hall 20, Stand A06/1.

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Products

The QI Series CCD Cameras

The QI Series CCDs support a variety of imaging requirements. The QI695 is a 6 MP CCD camera uses the latest USB3.0 computer interface and provides a USB2 compatibility for hardware design. The QI695 is affordable, even for routine, bench top instruments. The QI 674 is a 2.8 MP CCD camera that is ...read more

Photometrics Prime sCMOS Camera

Prime sCMOS Camera Datasheetread more

Prime 95B Scientific CMOS Camera

Prime 95B is the Scientific CMOS with extreme sensitivity using high Quantum Efficiency (QE) Backside Illumination (BSI), a first for Scientific CMOS cameras. The sensor converts up to 95% of incident photons into a measurable signal. Unlike microlens approaches to increasing QE, which lose effectiveness ...read more

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