Princeton Instruments | Chemical & Engineering News
Volume 90 Issue 14 | p. 45 | Inside Instrumentation
Issue Date: April 2, 2012

Cover Stories: Chilly Outlook For Instruments

Princeton Instruments

Department: Science & Technology
News Channels: Analytical SCENE, Materials SCENE, Biological SCENE, Nano SCENE, Environmental SCENE
Keywords: particle-size analysis, small-angle X-ray scattering, calorimetry, electron magnetic resonance, microwave dissolution, centrifugation, ion chromatography, dissolution testing
Credit: Princeton Instruments
Princeton Instruments PIoNIR:640 InGaAs camera.
Credit: Princeton Instruments

Princeton Instruments introduced an indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) camera designed for advanced low-light near-infrared and shortwave-infrared imaging and spectroscopy. According to the company, the PIoNIR 640 is the first scientific-grade camera to use a deep-cooled InGaAs focal plane array for light detection. The camera combines a 640 x 512 array (with peak quantum efficiency greater than 80%) with thermoelectric cooling (down to –90 °C) and low-noise readout electronics to provide unusually high sensitivity for its wavelength range. A gigabit Ethernet data interface enables remote operation. Applications include nanotube fluorescence imaging, semiconductor failure inspection, singlet oxygen imaging, near-IR fluorescence and absorbance measurements, and deep-tissue imaging.

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