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Dhyana95 V2

Dhyana95 V2   Smaller size but more functions

Dhyana95 V2 adopts Tucsen’s new technology and performance standard. The smallest dimension among peers for scientific imaging makes it more popular for demanding compact space. The water-cooling method and CameraLink interface apply the camera for conditions requiring high stability.

Faster readout by doubling speed

Dhyana95 V2 adds a STD high speed readout mode, of which the frame rate is up to 48fps@4.2MP which is twice as the normal mode. It can be achieved grogressively by using ROI function for applications demanding special frame rate.

Superior background with accurate calibration

Dhyana95 V2 now can provide a superior background for quantitative analysis applicaitons. The DSNU/PRNU have reached the international optimum of 0.2e- and 0.3% respectively, as the problems from sensor production process, such as edge glow, dead pixels as well as pixel non-uniformity, all have been calibratied accuratly.

95% quantum efficiency, and excellent SNR

The Dhyana95 V2 uses backside-illuminated sCMOS thinned chip technology to avoid light interference from the wiring layer. It has excellent response capabilities in the ultraviolet, visible and near-infrared bands, with a peak quantum efficiency of up to 95%@560nm, and when the number of incident photons are more than 3 , it can have a better SNR performance than the typical EMCCD camera of 97% peak QE .

100Ke- Full Well Capacity, High Dynamic Range

Thanks to the 11um large pixel , Dhyana95 V2's full-well capacity can be up to 100,000 electrons. Advanced High Dynamic (HDR) mode, through dual-channel gain conbined, it can present high-quality images with rich details of dark and bright in real time, which is very useful in applications such as life science.

2" area, large field of view

The 2" array can not only adapt to more optical interfaces and deliver a greater field of view, but also results in fewer lens switches to find the area of interest on the sample.

Customer Reviews

STORM Imaging: “Extensive tests and comparisons with other top-of-the-line EMCCD and sCMOS cameras have been performed in our laboratory. We found Dhyana 95, the new sCMOS camera stood its own ground remarkably well and offered satisfactory performance across the board”.
—Professor Ning Fang at Georgia State University
Soft X-ray Detection: “The distinctive features of Dhyana95 make it an excellent alternative to back-illuminated CCDs which are commonly applied in soft X-ray applications of previous-generation synchrotrons, such as coherent scatter experiments. They would greatly benefit fully from the Dhyana95's high frame rates.
—Kewin Desjardins, from the French SOLEIL synchrotron