A New Breakthrough for New Discoveries!
The new Dhyana 400BSI back-illuminated sCMOS camera achieves a paradigm shift on multiple core metrics such as sensitivity, speed and resolution. Not only does it have a 95% super-high quantum efficiency, but also achieves breakthroughs in key technologies that deliver a readout noise of less than one electron from a smaller 6.5um pixel size, that enables greater performance in, for example, ultra-high resolution microscopy.
The Dhyana 400BSI [V2.0] achieves a core breakthrough in the transmission speed compared with 400BSI [V1.0], and a high-speed data transmission rate of 74fps @ Cameralink and 40fps @ USB3.0 at full resolution. Moreover to meet the demands for accurate quantification for high-end scientific imaging such as single molecule and super resolution, the 400BSI [V2.0] calibrated DSNU & PRNU, minimized the difference between each pixel and reduced fixed pattern noise. So we are now able to achieve more accurate quantitative imaging data, providing a guarantee of reliable analysis results. The DSNU & PRNU calibration is of a great importance of quantitative analysis.
Simultaneously, the Dhyana 400BSI [V2.0] preserves all the essences of Dhyana 400BSI [V1.0], including the latest developed back-illuminated SCMOS sensor, ultra-high quantum efficiency of 95%, microscope-friendly 6.5 m x 6.5 m pixel and 1.2e- @ Median ultra-low readout noise. So, no matter of chasing for brilliant scientific images or accurate images quantitative data, 400BSI [V2.0] is easy to implement!
DSNU/PRNU calibration, more accurate quantitative analysis
To improve the overall performance of the camera, the Dhyana 400BSI (V2.0) was calibrated in DSNU (dark signal nonuniformity) and PRNU (photo response non-uniformity) characteristically. After calibration, the DSNU value reduced from 0.3e- to 0.2e-, the PRNU value reduced from 1.6% to 0.3%. Thus the new upgraded camera has a more sophisticated capabilities, making it more suitable for quantitative analysis applications.
-15°C lower temperature to reduce the impact of noise
The dark current is closely related to the operating temperature. When the camera is at a low and stable temperature, the generation of dark current will greatly reduce, thereby it reduces the influence of noise on the imaging and brings benefits to SNR for long exposure low-light applications.
Wide spectral response range, high sensitivity
With its ultra-low noise, the advantage of the quantum efficiency in Dhyana 400BSI (V2.0) is very significant. This is a huge breakthrough for scientific applications, not only in the visible region, but also in the ultraviolet and near-infrared.
74fps @ CameraLink, 40fps @ USB3.0, faster data capture
In addition to the signal to noise ratio advantage, the Dhyana 400BSI back-illuminated sCMOS Camera (V2.0) has enhanced transmission speed, on one hand though the new CameraLink interface to meet the needs of high-end imaging research for higher frame rates, on the other hand through hardware improvements that increase the USB 3.0 throughput. These have achieved the ultimate transfer rate of 74fps with CameraLink and 40fps with USB3.0 at 4.2 MP full resolution.
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See also the Dhyana 401D: https://www.axiomoptics.com/low-light-cameras/tucsen-dhyana-401d-uncooled-scientific-cmos-camera/