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Princeton Rolls Out PI-MAX3-MG Cameras for UV-Blue Applications

Princeton Instruments (PI) has added new PI-MAX3-MG variants to its existing series of intensified CCD (ICCD) cameras. The new models feature a MCP Grating technology that offers enhanced gating speed and sensitivity. The cameras are ideal for UV-Blue applications.

PI-MAX3-MG Camera

The PI-MAX 3 camera series features an inbuilt SuperSynchro timing generator that facilitates in simplifying the complicated time-resolved imaging experiments. Researchers can utilize the timing generator to accumulate an array of gate delays and implement them swiftly to produce time vs. intensity data.

The SyncMaster technology helps in decreasing the lab clutter by eradicating the requirement for a timing generator. The technology enables the camera to output two pulse trains to trigger the pulsed lasers without any interruption. The PI-MAX 3 camera’s gate widths and delays are produced from the master clock. The Gigabit Ethernet interface allows the camera to function from distances that are more than 50 meters away.

The PI-MAX3-MG models come in both 1024x256 and 1024x1024 formats. The cameras utilize a windowless design for enhanced light throughput. It also has photocathode cooling for single-photon imaging and for particle imaging velocimetry applications.



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