Synapse-i scientific CCD camera

Synapse-i

The Synapse-i scientific CCD camera is the most sensitive quantitative low light imaging camera on the market. The Synapse-i imaging camera provides real image quantification for direct correlation between the image intensity and the detected number of photons.

Synapse-i

The importance of the quantitative nature of the Synapse-i imaging camera cannot be overstated especially for imaging of labeled cells, plants and in-vivo imaging.

Thanks to its unique quick-change mounting flange, the Synapse-i imaging camera can be converted easily from an imaging mode to a spectroscopic mode for standard spectroscopy experiments. The Synapse-i imaging camera offers deep thermoelectric cooling for low dark signal operation with excellent linearity. The increased accuracy of data over the full dynamic range gives you a true 16-bit linear range without binning. The scientific grade 1 CCD makes the Synapse-i the ideal imaging quatitative camera for chemiluminescence, plant genetics, photovoltaic inspection, combustion and flow analysis.

Specifications

Synapse-i 512

Synapse-i 1024

CCD Format

512 x 512

1024 x 1024

Pixel Size

24 µm x 24 µm

13 µm x 13 µm

Image Area

12.3 mm x 12.3 mm

13.3 mm x 13.3 mm

Cooling System

Guaranteed -75°C

Guaranteed -75°C

Read Noise

20 kHz

3 e- rms

2 e- rms

1 MHz

15 e- rms

8 e- rm

Dark Current

0.004 e-/pixel/s

0.001 e-/pixel/s

Pixel Well Capacity

350 ke-

100 ke-

Register Well Capacity

1000 ke-

500 ke-

Nonlinearity

20 kHz

< 0.4%

< 0.4%

1 MHz

< 1%

< 1%

Pixel Read Out State

20 kHz, 1 MHz

20 kHz, 1 MHz

Software Selectable Gains

3 choices

3 choices

Dynamic Range

16 bits

16 bits

Vertical Shift Rate

36 µs, 8 µs

36 µs, 9 µs

Maximum Spectral Rate

20 kHz

18 Hz

8 Hz

1 MHz

185 Hz

97 Hz

Minimum Image Readout Time

20 kHz

15.8 s

63 s

1 MHz

0.32 s

1.5 s

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