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Princeton Instruments has introduced a new member to the PI-Max4 family of scientific ICCD cameras. The PI-Max4:2048f, is a 2,000 x 2,000 resolution fibre-optically coupled, intensified camera.

In addition to the technological advancements of the precise and intelligent PI-Max4 platform, the PI-Max4:2048f provides four times the resolution of other available intensified CCD cameras, the company claims.

The PI-Max4:2048f, with Gen II or Gen III filmless intensifiers, offers high frame rates at 6MHz/16-bit digitisation, and a 1MHz sustained gating repetition rate. An integrated programmable timing generator, SuperSynchro, built into the camera makes it ideal for time-resolved imaging and spectroscopy applications. Other application areas include shock wave physics, neutron research, combustion studies, and planar laser-induced fluorescence.

The latest Princeton Instruments LightField data acquisition software is available as an option, and affords complete control over all PI-Max4 hardware features via an intuitive user interface. LightField provides precision exposure control and a host of functions for easy capture and export of imaging and spectral data.