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Luminescence Imaging

IMA™ is an ultrafast and all-in-one customizable hyperspectral microscopy platform of high spatial and spectral resolution. The completely integrated system rapidly maps diffuse reflectance, transmittance, photoluminescence, electroluminescence and fluorescence in the VIS-NIR-SWIR spectral range. Based on high throughput global imaging filters, IMA is faster and more efficient than scanning spectrograph-based hyperspectral systems. 

Applications examples

Material science
IMA enables complex material analysis by providing spectrally and spatially luminescence maps. Those maps can be use to study the composition, stress and inhomogeneities in a given sample. IMA can help monitor spectral information, changes in intensity of single emitters, wavelength shifts or spectral bandwidth variations. Imaging from 400 to 1700 nm, Photon etc.’s IMA  is capable of measuring optoelectrical properties such as Open Circuit Voltage (Voc) and External Quantum Efficiency (EQE) and allows precise detection and characterization of defects in materials which is ideal for the quality control of semiconductor devices.

Life science
The spectral range covered by IMA is ideal for the spatial and spectral identification and measurement of fluorophores that emit in the second biological window. With the possible integration of a darkfield illumination module, it becomes an exceptional tool to detect the composition and the location of nanomaterials embedded in cells or the complex analysis of live, in vitro and unstained biological samples; the properties of organic and inorganic substances. For example, single wall nanotubes (SWNTs) emission bands are narrow (~ 20 nm) and each band corresponds to unique species (chiralities). With IMA, it is possible to separate these species with single SWNT spatial resolution on surfaces or in live cells. This system provides attenuated tissue absorbance, higher depth of penetration and limited autofluorescence and is ideal for non destructive analysis...


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