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Princeton Instruments

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At booth 2017, Princeton Instruments will introduce its CMOS camera system that implements back-illuminated sensor technology, the Kuro:1200B. Until now, this key technology had been used almost exclusively by CCD camera systems, which, despite their excellent sensitivity, are unable to match CMOS camera frame rates. Front illuminated CMOS cameras, meanwhile, cannot meet the high sensitivity requirements of today’s ultra low light scientific imaging and spectroscopy applications. 

The Kuro:1200B, however, delivers both the fast frame rates and the exceptional sensitivity needed for applications such as hyperspectral imaging, astronomy, cold atom imaging, quantum imaging, fluorescence spectroscopy, and high speed spectroscopy, all while eliminating the drawbacks commonly associated with front illuminated scientific CMOS cameras. Princeton Instruments will also exhibit its wide variety of other scientific cameras and spectroscopy solutions.