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Princeton Instruments

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Princeton Instruments will be demoing a Scientific CMOS camera implementing back-illuminated sensor technology. The camera includes Princeton Instruments' powerful software, Kuro.

The company will also show NIRvana SWIR scientific-grade InGaAs cameras, PI-MAX4 ICCD cameras and ProEM HS high-speed EMCCD cameras, as well as IsoPlane aberration-free spectrographs. The company's new Fergie spectroscopy system will be on display, a compact, fully integrated, aberration-free spectrograph with a built-in, low-noise, cooled detector. Its ecosystem includes lasers, fibre optics, calibration sources, light-coupling cubes and powerful software that allows researchers and educators to set up complete experiments in minutes.