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Photometrics Iris 9™ Scientific CMOS Camera
Iris 9 Scientific CMOS camera is designed to deliver extremely high-resolution images for live cell microscopy applications. Iris 9 delivers a 9 Megapixel sensor with a 17.8mm field of view ensuring it can maximise the number of cells captured in a single frame.
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9 Megapixel Sensor | 17.8mm Field of View
Maximise the imaging area and increase the number of cells acquired per frame
Optimized 4.25µm Pixel Size
Image the finer details of your samples and maintain proper spatial sampling at 40X magnification
Fast Frame Rates
Capture dynamic cellular events with high temporal resolution
High Quantum Efficiency
Maximises the ability to detect signals, enables shorter exposure times and minimizes photo-toxicity
Low Read Noise
Maximise ability to detect extremely faint fluorescence signals
Large Dynamic Range
Measure both bright and dim signal levels within the same image
The 4.25µm pixels provide highly detailed images across the imaging plane and allow for Nyquist spatial sampling at 40X magnification. The camera can capture dynamic cellular events at 30 frames per second for the full frame, and at thousands of frames per second with regions.
The Iris 9 has a high quantum efficiency and low noise levels to maximise dim signal detection and allowing for the use of shorter exposure times to minimise cellular photo-damage.
The Iris 9 is the ideal camera to deliver high resolution images at high frame rates for live-cell microscopy applications.
- Light Sheet Microscopy
- Multi-Color Fluorescence
- High Content Screening
- Tiling Applications
SensorGPixel GSense 5130 Scientific CMOS sensor
|Active Array Size||
Active Array Size2960 x 2960 (9 Megapixel)
Pixel Area4.25µm x 4.25µm (18.06µm2)
Sensor Area12.61mm x 12.61mm | 17.8mm diagonal
Readout ModeRolling Shutter | Effective Global Shutter
Binning2x2 (on FPGA)
Cooling PerformanceSensor Temperature | Dark Current
Air Cooled0ºC @ 30ºC Ambient | 0.5e-/pixel/second
Mounting Points¼ 20” mounting point on each side
|Input Trigger Modes||
Input Trigger ModesTrigger-First: Sequence triggered on first rising edge | Edge: Each frame triggered on rising edge
|Output Trigger Modes||
Output Trigger ModesAny Row: Expose signal is high while any row is acquiring data | All Rows: Effective Global Shutter – Expose signal is high when all rows are acquiring data | Signal is high for set Exposure time | Rolling Shutter: Effective Global Shutter – Expose signal is high when all rows are acquiring data | Signal is High for set Exposure time – Readout Time
|Output Trigger Signals||
Output Trigger SignalsExpose Out, Read Out, Trigger Ready