Following the immense success with the Dhyana high performance sCMOS camera range, Tucsen are now planning the release of an addition to the range that will represent the first truly disruptive event in life science imaging for several years.
After Dhyana 95, Tucsen will release a new 95% quantum efficiency (QE) sCMOS camera, the Dhyana 400BSI. Different from Dhyana 95, the 400 BSI has a smaller 6.5umx6.5um pixel size and 1.2-inch chip size which will provide a full 4 MP image on a standard C-mount microscope. This new solution will improve resolution, offering information rich images at reduced capital cost.
Peter Chen, founder and CEO of Tucsen said, “We are very proud to once again offer our customers a world leading product that represents great value. In an environment of diminishing life science funding we are glad to be the vendor of choice for the supply of high performance products which combine both quality and value.” Chen continued, “Taking the unusual step of announcing the new product now, will give customers the opportunity to make input that will influence our final design to suit their individual needs.”
Parallel to the hardware development, Tucsen’s Image Signal Processing (ISP) group will be implementing high speed embedded algorithms for advanced features to enhance performance and increase user productivity.
A USB3.0 version camera is planned to be available in Q4 2017, with a high speed camera link version released shortly afterwards.