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Princeton Instruments

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Princeton Instruments will introduce its Blaze Spectroscopy CCD cameras at the show, featuring revolutionary new sensors with up to three times higher NIR sensitivity and low dark current, which make the camera exceptional for demanding applications such as Raman spectroscopy, fluorescence or photoluminescence. Blaze provides spectral rates of up to thousands of spectra per second. For low light applications, Blaze delivers true -100ᵒC cooling for ultra-low dark current, ideal for long exposures.