ORCA-Fusion BT Digital CMOS camera
The ORCA-Fusion BT camera is the pinnacle of scientific CMOS (sCMOS) performance. The specifications are without compromise: ultra-low readout noise, CCD-like uniformity, fast frame rates and back-thinned enabled high QE. But the beauty of the ORCA-Fusion BT is what this combination of exceptional photon detection and collection can do for you. See the dimmest whisper of signal, acquire visually stunning, high S/N images from the fewest photons, capture previously unresolved temporal events and perform computational methods with confidence. The ORCA-Fusion BT is the camera that makes the difficult experiments easy and previously impossible experiments possible.
Exclusive industry leading BT sCMOS performance with trusted Hamamatsu quality and reliability
A practical and functional replacement for expensive EM-CCDs with uncompromising sensitivity, speed and versatility
Sample: H9c2, Objective lens: Apo TIRF 60XC (NA1.49), ND: 8, Interval: 15 sec
HCS NuclearMask Stains / Exposure 20 ms
MitoTracker / Exposure 500 ms
CellMask Plasma Membrane stains / Exposure 500 ms
With the introduction of the ORCA-Fusion BT, users are now able to stream 5 megapixel images to their computers 89 frames per second. The computer recommendations for this high data rate can be met by using the guidelines listed this PC Recommendations for ORCA-Fusion BT.
|Imaging device||Scientific CMOS image sensor|
|Effective number of pixels||2304 (H) × 2304 (V)|
|Pixel Size||6.5 μm × 6.5 μm|
|Effective Area||14.976 mm (H) × 14.976 mm (V)|
|Full well capacity||15 000 electrons *1|
|Readout speed||Fast scan, Full resolution, CoaXPress : 89.1 frames/s
Fast scan, Full resolution, USB 3.0 : 31.6 frames/s（16 bit）, 42.2 frames/s（12 bit） , 63.3 frames/s（8 bit）
Standard scan, Full resolution, CoaXPress : 23.2 frames/s
Standard scan, Full resolution, USB 3.0 : 23.2 frames/s
Ultra quiet scan, Full resolution, CoaXPress : 5.42 frames/s
Ultra quiet scan, Full resolution, USB 3.0 : 5.42 frames/s
|Readout noise||Fast scan : 1.6 electrons rms *1
Standard scan : 1.0 electrons rms *1
Ultra-quiet scan: 0.7 electrons rms *1
|Exposure times||Fast scan : 17 µs to 10 s
Standard scan : 65 µs to 10 s
Ultra quiet scan : 280 µs to 10 s
|Cooling method||Peltier cooling|
|Cooling temperature||Forced-air cooled (Ambient temperature: +25 ˚C) : −8 ˚C
Water cooled (Water temperature: +25 ˚C) : −8 ˚C
Water cooled (Max cooling (Ambient temperature: +20 ˚C, water temperature: +20 ˚C)) : Less than −15 ˚C
|Dark current||1.0 electrons/pixel/s (cooling temperature: -8 ˚C , Ambient temperature: +25 ˚C)*1*3
1.0 electrons/pixel/s (cooling temperature: -8 ˚C , Water temperature: +25 ˚C)*1*3
0.7 electrons/pixel/s (cooling temperature: Less than −15 ˚C , Ambient temperature: +20 ˚C, water temperature: +20 ˚C)*1*3
|Dynamic range||21 400:1 *1*2*4|
|External trigger mode||Edge, Level, Sync readout, Start, Global reset edge, Global reset level, Programmable|
|External trigger signal routing||SMA|
|External trigger delay function||0 μs to 10 s (1 μs step)|
|Trigger output||Global exposure timing, Trigger ready, Low, High, 3 programmable timing outputs|
|External signal output routing||SMA|
|Interface||CoaXPress (Dual CXP-6) and USB 3.0 Super Speed *5|
|A/D converter||16 bit, 12 bit, 8 bit|
|Lens mount||C-mount (standard), F-mount (C15440-20UP01)|
|Power supply||AC 100 V to AC 240 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz|
|Power consumption||Approx. 155 VA|
|Ambient operating temperature||0 °C to +40 °C|
|Ambient storage temperature||-10 ℃ to +50 ℃|
|Ambient operating humidity||30 % to 80 % (With no condensation)|
|Ambient storage humidity||90 % or less (With no condensation)|
*1 Typical value
*2 Calculated from the ratio of the full well capacity and the RMS read noise
*3 Dark current depends on cooling temperature
*4 In ultra-quiet scan
*5 Equivalent to USB 3.1 Gen 1 (SuperSpeed USB 5 Gbps)
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