Combining ultra-high resolution image intensifiers with double pulsing
techniques and no-compromise optical design the SIM02 multi channel
framing camera from Specialised Imaging provides the leading edge
performance and capabilities required by scientists and engineers
expanding the boundaries of research.
Specialised Imaging have upgraded the SIM02 to now be available in a
new multi-spectral imaging configuration. This facility, coupled with
the ability to take images at exposures down to 3ns with zero
interframe time, enables researchers to accurately study wavelength
dispersion of stressed materials, measure rapid colour changes and
analyse transient temperature fluctuations.
Proven in leading research labs around the world the SIM02 offers up to
16 separate channels giving 32 separate images without compromising on
image quality. Effects such as parallax and shading, inherent in other
framing camera designs, are eliminated and the high spatial resolution
(> 30 lp/mm) is the same frame to frame and in both
axes. Individual ultra-high resolution intensified CCD
detectors, controlled by state-of-the-art electronics, offer almost
infinite control over gain and exposure allowing researchers total
freedom to capture images of even the most difficult phenomena.
The -8 and -16 channel version of this innovative imaging system also
incorporate a secondary optical view port, which allows other
analytical instruments such as high-speed video, streak camera or time
resolved spectrometer to share the camera's optical input making the
SIM02 the most versatile ultra high-speed framing camera commercially
Full remote control using Ethernet comes as standard, while an integral
TFT monitor allows users to 'see what the camera sees' in real-time,
thus allowing easy optimisation of focus and lighting to achieve
spectacular results. Comprehensive triggering facilities, highly
accurate timing control, and a wide range of output signals, coupled
with a powerful software package simplifies quality image capture.
For further information please visit www.specialised-imaging.com/