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Lambert

The Netherlands Lambert
iCMOS Camera /
Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscopy (FLIM) Systems

 

Lambert Instruments was founded by Bert van Geest in 1992, who wanted to apply his knowledge of image intensifiers. He started to use image intensifiers in CCD cameras that had to be very sensitive to light and that are used in scientific applications.

 

TRICAM iCMOS Camera
Key Features:

High-resolution image intensifiers
Image intensifiers offering the world’s highest resolution
and sensitivity in the UV, Visible or Near Infrared
Small gate widths
Down to less than 3 ns (FWHM) with minimal jitter
Single-chip digital synthesizer for fracquisition
For high dynamic range fluorescencthe lowest possible phase noise
Compact camera design
For an easy fit to a microscope body or imaging
spectroscope
LI-Capture software
For complete camera control; the SDK enables
integration with third-party software

 

TRICAM

Applications:

• Time-resolved imaging and spectroscopy
• Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV)
• Laser Induced Fluorescence (LIF)
• Time-gated luminescence
• Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscopy (FLIM)
• Förster Resonance Energy Transfer (FRET)
• Oxygen imaging
• Viscosity imaging
• Single molecule imaging
• Bio- and Chemiluminescence Imaging
• Solar PV and LED characterization
• Combustion
• Time-gated Raman
• Plasma physics
• X-ray Imaging

 


 

LIFA-TD/LIFA Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscopy (FLIM) Systems
With the Lambert Instruments FLIM Attachment (LIFA), you record quantitative lifetime data in a matter of seconds. It's easy to connect our FLIM camera and light source to your microscope. And our specialized software records the images, analyzes the data instantly and presents the results visually for easy interpretation.

 

Key Features:

Easy coupling
Flexible and efficient coupling to all major-brand
fluorescence microscopes.
Fast acquisition
Record lifetime images in a matter of seconds.
High resolution image intensifiers
Gen II and Gen III image intensifiers offering the world’s
highest resolution and sensitivity in the UV, visible or
near infrared.
Accurate lifetime determination
Fluorescence lifetimes from 0–300 ns with an accuracy
of 30 ps r.m.s.
 

Applications:

• Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscopy (FLIM)
• FRET Efficiency Mapping
• Protein Interactions
• Biosensors
• Oxygen Concentration Imaging
• NADH/FAD Fluorescence Dynamics
• Membrane Dynamics
• Molecular Interactions

LIFA

LIFA-TD

 


 

High-Speed Imaging
 
High-Speed Camera HS540
 

The Lambert HS540M and the Lambert HS540S offer simple and efficient high-speed imaging for scientific research, R&D, machine vision and other industrial applications.

Key Features:

• High-Speed Imaging
• CoaXPress Streaming Interface
• CE, RoHS and GenICam
 

Applications:

• Research and Science
• Semiconductor Inspection
• Robot Vision
• Chip Manufacturing
• 3D Laser Triangulation

 

High-Speed Intensified Camera Attachment HICATT

Designed for use with a high-speed camera

The HiCATT increases the sensitivity of a high-speed camera and allows low-light-level imaging applications at framerates up to 200000 fps.

 

 

Key Features:

Easy coupling
Flexible and efficient lens coupling to all major brand
high-speed cameras (up to 300 000 fps)
High-resolution image intensifiers
Gen II and Gen III image intensifiers offering the world’s
highest resolution and sensitivity in the UV, visible or
near infrared
Small gate widths
Gate width down to less than 3 ns (FWHM) with minimal
jitter
High gate repetition rates
Up to 300 kHz/2.5 MHz burst
Compact design
For an easy fit to your imaging or spectroscopy setup
Overexposure protection
User-definable anode current limitation

 

Applications:

• Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV)
• Laser Induced Fluorescence (LIF)
• Combustion
• Single photon imaging
• Bio- and Chemiluminescence Imaging
• Plasma physics
• Astronomy
• Time-resolved imaging and spectroscopy