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The EFIS UV EMCCD is a scientific frame transfer EMCCD camera

The EFIS UV EMCCD is a scientific frame transfer EMCCD camera. The 1004x1002 sensor size enables optimum data resolution while the frame transfer technology adds the benefit of not requiring shuttering of the incident light.   
   
The EFIS UV EMCCD camera combines high sensitivity, speed and high resolution. It uses a peltier cooled Texas Instruments' 1 MegaPixel Frame Transfer Impactron device which provides QE up to 65%. The front fused Silica window allows data acquisition down to 180nm.   
   
EFIS uses a 16 bit A/D converter and offers a standard CameraLink output to offer the best, most reliable and cost effective interface solution.    
   
Mounted on a microscope or packaged with our broad line of spectrometers, the EFIS camera offers outstanding performance for low light applications such as fluorescence imaging and spectroscopy, astronomy, electrophoresis, LIBS and hyperspectral imaging.   
   
For imaging applications, the camera is fully compatible with the image analysis software XCAP from EPIX and Micro-Manager software that provides a comprehensive and free software platform for automated microscopy. Connected to an HORIBA Spectrometer, the EFIS camera is fully compatible with VSPEC-PRO software, a high performance software that provides sophisticated spectroscopy and imaging capabilities.
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General Specifications
Depth 76 mm
Height76 mm
Width 109 mm
Additional Specifications

1002 x 1004 pixels   
High data resolution   
EMCCD Technology   
Up to 1000x on-chip gain for low light applications   
Frame Transfer   
No shutter required   
Spectral range   
From 180 nm up to 1100 nm   
Peak QE   
65% at 530 nm, 24% at 200 nm

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