C11440-42U30ORCA-Flash4.0 LT PLUS Digital CMOS camera

Explore more with sCMOS

Want to make the jump from a traditional CCD but need both the increased flexibility and sensitivity of a scientific CMOS (sCMOS) camera? With established performance and an affordable price, the newly re-designed ORCA-Flash4.0 LT PLUS featuring 82 % peak quantum efficiency fits into any experiment that needs simple connectivity, moderately fast frame rates, and great sensitivity. The ORCA-Flash4.0 LT PLUS is designed to bring all the advantages of sCMOS technology—wide field of view, low-light sensitivity, and large dynamic range—to every research lab. Easy connectivity and powerful performance help you explore your pressing biological questions. Think of all that LT PLUS can help you discover.

Additional scientific CMOS cameras:
ORCA-Flash4.0 LT

PC requirements

With the introduction of the ORCA-Flash4.0, users are now able to stream 4 megapixel images to their computers 100 frames per second. The computer requirements for this high data rate can be met by using the guidelines listed this PC Recommendations for ORCA-Flash4.0.

PC Recommendations for ORCA-Flash4.0 V3/LT+ [726 KB/PDF]

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Specifications

Type number C11440-42U30
Quantum efficency 82 % @ 560 nm
Imaging device Scientific CMOS image sensor
Effective no. of pixels 2048 (H)×2048 (V)
Cell size 6.5 μm×6.5 μm
Effective area 13.312 mm×13.312 mm
Full well capacity 30 000 electrons
Readout speed 30 frames/s
Readout noise 1.5 electrons (rms)
0.9 electrons (median)
Cooling temperature +10 ℃ (Passive-air cooled, Ambient temperature: +25 °C)
Dark current 0.6 electrons/pixel/s (typ.) (Air cooled, Cooling temperature: +10 °C)
Dynamic range 33 000:1 (typ.)
Sub-array Yes
Binning 2×2, 4×4
External trigger input Edge, Level, Synchronous readout, Start trigger
Global reset (Edge/Level)
W-View mode with different exposure time (Edge/Start)
Trigger output Global exposure output, Trigger ready output
Output Signal Ports (3)
Continuous High/Low output
Multi-channel sync
Interface USB 3.0
A/D converter 16 bit
Lens mount C-mount
* Read noise is reported as both median (med) and root mean square (rms). The rms calculation of read noise is typically higher but provides the more meaningful value for signal to noise calculations and predicting image quality.

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Spectral response

c11440-42u30 spectral response 

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Instruction manual

Instruction manual [1.2 MB/PDF]

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Related information

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Publications

Publications list

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Disclaimer
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