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Go-21
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The QImaging Go-21 is a 12-bit CMOS camera offering offers variable resolutions using up to 21 million pixels, thus providing the flexibiltiy to make the most of microscope optics. State of-the-art design combines engineering excellence with innovative subpixelshifting technology to enable more accurate color imaging.

The 5120 x 4095 pixel sensor is capable of speeds of 15 frames per second at 1280 x 1024 resolution and up to 60 fps with Binning or Region Of Interest (ROI). High-speed, low-noise electronics provide linear digital data for rapid image capture.

The USB 2.0 interface provides convenience and simple plug-and-play installation via a single cable. The Go-21 includes QCapture software (Windows) for real-time image preview and capture. A Software Development Kit (SDK) is available upon request for interfacing with custom software.

The Go-21 digital camera is suited for documentation and archiving in clinical, pathology, histology, life science, material science, brightfield microscopy, Stop-image animation, industrial, publication and many more applications where high resolution, high bit depth, and high speed are required.

 

Model Go-21
Resolution 5120 x 4095
Sensor 1/2" Colour CMOS
Pixel Size 5.2 x 5.2µm
Digital Output 8 or 10 bit
Video Output USB 2.0
Max. Frame Rate 15 fps @ 1280 x 1024 resolution
Pixel Scan 24MHz
Mount Type C-mount optical format
Operating Temp 0°C - 50°C
Power Requirements 6V, 900mW
Dimensions

104 x 78 x 64 mm

Weight

300g

QImaging Go-21 Camera Datasheet

 

 

 

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