Lumenera’s INFINITY3S-1UR is a high-speed, high sensitivity research-grade camera with a 1.4 megapixel resolution. The INFINITY3S-1UR incorporates Sony’s remarkable ICX825 CCD sensor, producing much higher dynamic range and sensitivity over the popular ICX285 sensor. Lumenera’s high-speed USB 3.0 data interface provides maximum allowable throughput and offers USB 2.0 compatibility. Full resolution images can be sent to a host computer at an industry leading 60 frames per second (fps)*. The research-grade designation of the INFINITY3S-1UR is a testament to the low noise electronics, high-grade components and unique thermal management techniques. The result is an industry-leading, high-performance, low noise digital camera, alone in its class. This microscopy camera is designed for use in a wide variety of scientific, life science, clinical and industrial applications requiring optimal color reproduction, extreme sensitivity, increased resolution and high speed.
Superior Sensitivity and Quantum Efficiency
The INFINITY3S-1UR has the unmatched light sensitivity needed for low light applications. The new ICX825 sensor with Sony’s EXview HAD II technology is 53% more sensitive than the popular ICX285 sensor. This camera offers high QE, 6.45 x 6.45 µm pixels, high dynamic range and very low noise. The INFINITY3S-1UR delivers outstanding image quality and value for challenging low light applications such as fluorescence and NIR imaging.
USB 3.0 High-Speed Plug-and-Play Interface
The INFINITY3S-1UR uses the latest USB 3.0 technology at 5 Gbits/sec to deliver the fastest image transfer - even at its highest resolution. Image captures can be synchronized using either a hardware or software trigger. 128 MB of onboard memory for frame buffering ensures dependable and reliable image delivery at full frame rate and highest resolution even in the most demanding systems. USB 3.0 is the ideal choice for microscopy as it is readily available on today’s computers, while plug-and-play connectivity makes for installation easy. Simplified I/O cabling is provided through a locking Hirose connector supporting 1 optically isolated output, 1 optically isolated input and 2 configurable I/O ports. USB 2.0 is fully supported (with reduced performance).