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Osprey sCMOS

Cooled 4MP Scientific CMOS


The Osprey Scientific CMOS camera, model OS4MPc-CL, features a 2K x 2K low noise Scientific CMOS sensor that stands out with its extreme sensitivity, high resolution, high speed and excellent Quantum Efficiency.  The camera is Peltier cooled, uses a 12 bit A/D converter and offers a standard CameraLink output.

Osprey Scientific CMOS 4MP features:

  • 4.2MP Scientific CMOS sensor – Enables large field of view imaging
  • Available in monochrome and colour (RGB) versions
  • 5.5μm x 5.5μm – Enables ultra sharp image resolution
  • 12-bit CameraLink output – Provides wide dynamic range
  • Quantum Efficiency: >63% @ 500nm and >34% @ 850nm. Optimum Photon collection
  • TE cooling – Optimises dark current
  • True CDS for global shutter using 7T technology
  • On-board Non-Uniformity Correction (NUC). Enables highest quality images
  • High frame rate imaging: 37.5Hz full frame. Enables capture of fast events
  • Ultra compact and rugged. Ideal for OEM integration into Life Science Instruments
Monochrome
Sensor CMOSIS Scientific CMOS
Sensor Type 1” Scientific CMOS
Active Pixel 2048 x 2048
Pixel Size 5.5μm x 5.5μm
Active Area 11.26mm (H) x 11.26mm (V)
Full Well Capacity 12,000 electrons
Non Linearity < 1%
Readout noise < 9 electrons (Global Shutter)
Dynamic Range 65 dB (single shot)
Exposure time 27.7μs to 30min
Frame Rate 37.5Hz, higher through Binning & ROI
Dark Current <9 eles/pix/sec @ +5°C
Digital Output Format 12 bit CameraLink, Base configuration 2-tap
Peak Quantum Efficiency >46% @ 500nm, >34% @ 850nm
Spectral response 350 - 1100nm
Shutter mode Global Shutter (Snapshot%

 

Osprey

Osprey RGB

  • Adaptive Optics and Astronomy
  • Bio & Chemi-luminescence
  • Calcium signaling
  • Flourescence imaging / spectroscopy
  • Flow cytometry
  • FRET / FRAP / TIRF
  • Genome sequencing
  • High content screening
  • High resolution fluorescence imaging
  • Hyperspectral imaging
  • LIBS
  • Live Cell Imaging
  • Single molecule detection
  • Solar Cell Inspection
  • X-ray tomography
  • Image of solar eclipse November 3 2013 in Gabon. Courtesy of Philippe Lamy, Laboratoire d’Astrophysique

  • Solar eclipse November 3 2013 in Gabon. Courtesy of Philippe Lamy, Laboratoire d’Astrophysique

  • Solar eclipse November 3 2013 in Gabon. Courtesy of Philippe Lamy, Laboratoire d’Astrophysique

  • Solar eclipse November 3 2013 in Gabon. Courtesy of Philippe Lamy, Laboratoire d’Astrophysique

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