General Purpose Microscopy Cameras

The SCE-series is Mightex’s entry level general purpose microscopy camera. The SCE-series is a low-cost imaging solution featuring a 1/3″ MP CMOS sensor with 5.2um x 5.2um size pixels. SCE-series camera has a 20fps frame rate at full resolution and higher framre rates can be achieved in ROI mode. Applications include, transmitted light microscope and wide-field imaging in research or teaching lab environments. The low-cost of the SCE_series camera makes it a great choice as a general purpose microscopy camera.

Applications:

  • Transmitted light microscopy
  • Live-cell imaging
  • Teaching lab equipment
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Performance Specifications

ModelsSCE-B013-U
Number of GPIOs4
Resolution1,280 x 1,024 Monochrome
CMOS Chip½" (5:4) Micron MT9M001, Rolling Shutter
Pixel Size (µm)5.2 x 5.2
Active Imager Size (mm)6.66 x 5.32
Scanning SystemProgressive
Dynamic Range (dB)68
Sensor SNR (dB)45
Responsivity (V/lux-sec)2.1
Frame Rates* (@48MHz Clock) (fps)20 @1280 x 1024
31 @1024 x 768
45 @800 x 600
52 @752 x 480
52 @640 x 480
120 @320 x 240
Shutter Speed (Exposure Time) (ms)1 ~ 750
Hardware Gains0.125x ~ 8x
Trigger ModeWith external trigger
Trigger CableACC-CAM-CON8
Strobe OutYes
Lens MountC– mount or CS-mount 
(M12.5-mount or custom-defined lens mount supported)
Built-in FiltersIR-cut (factory standard), No filter, or IR-pass
Power Consumption (W)< 1.0
Dimension (mm)40 x 40 x 25 (CS-mount) 
40 x 40 x 30 (C-mount)
Weight (excluding lens) (g)60

Recommended Configurations

ProcessorPentium III 900 MHz or better, or a compatible processor
Operating SystemWindows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 10
RAM256MB or greater
Hard Disk Space30MB for software installation, plus additional space for storing capture images
Display24 bit True Colour
USB2.0 Host ControllerIntel Integrated USB2.0 Host Controller is recommended

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