Breakthrough Technology in BLAZE® Scientific CCD Cameras Greatly Enhances Near-Infrared Quantum Efficiency and Enables Superior, Quantitative, Spectroscopic Measurements.
Featuring two revolutionary back-illuminated deep-depletion sensors, Teledyne Princeton Instruments BLAZE cameras for spectroscopy provide the highest near-infrared quantum efficiency, fastest spectral rates, and deepest thermoelectric cooling available in a CCD platform. Lower thermally generated dark noise, combined with the use of low-read-noise electronics, raises the signal-to-noise ratio and further improves sensitivity. Applications for BLAZE cameras include nanotechnology, 2D materials, carbon materials, biosensing, and life science. These next-generation cameras deliver the highest performance for scientists using measurement techniques like Raman, photoluminescence, and fluorescence spectroscopy, as well as micro-spectroscopy and pump-probe spectroscopy.