Photon etc. provides scientific imaging solutions for a vast array of applications. From solar cells to live cells, our fast and integrated hyperspectral imaging systems provide solutions to industrials challenges, and give researchers access to the latest innovations in optical and photonic instrumentation. In addition to our recognized hyperspectral microscopy and wide-field systems, we have developed unique near infrared cameras specifically adapted to industrial applications. If you cannot find what you are looking for in our standard products, let us know, our innovative team is always ready to transform ideas into solutions!

OUR LATEST INNOVATIONS

 

IMA™ IR

IMA™ PL IR is the only hyperspectral imager optimized from 900 nm to 1700 nm. It offers a unique, non-invasive approach to spectral imaging in the second biological window. Distribution maps of IR probes can be obtained at remarkably high speeds, as IMA™ IR enables simultaneous acquisition of data from millions of points.

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LLTF CONTRAST X

The LLTF Contrast™ X is a high resolution widely tunable filter, it provides sub-nm bandwidth with a custom spectral range.

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NANO LABELS

Photon etc. as a Nano division that offers the latest innovation in nanoparticles, from exceptional Raman labels to unconventional fluorophores. These nanomaterials are engineered by top researchers for your most innovative applications. 

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NEWS & UPCOMING EVENTS


 

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229th ECS MEETING
May 29 - June 2, 2016│San Diego, CA

Sébastien Blais-Ouellette, Photon etc’s president and CEO will attend the next ECS meeting (The Electrochemical Society) in San Diego. If you wish to set a meeting with our CEO, email us at: sales@photonetc.com.
 


PHOTON ETC. IS NOW PART OF SIMON THIBAULT’S RESEARCH CHAIR

Photon etc. is proud to announce that it is now part of Simon Thibault's research chair in Optical Design. Professor Thibault and his team from the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics and Optics at Université Laval will help Photon etc. develop new optical systems in the near infrared range for which their is a growing demand in industrial vision system and biomedical research.

More details on the research chair are available on the NSERC website.
 


 


New article

HYPERSPECTRAL MULTIPLEX SINGLE-PARTICLE TRACKING IN LIVE NEURONS

To improve our capability to investigate complex mechanisms of synaptic signaling and remodeling, we designed a fluorescence hyperspectral imaging platform to simultaneously track different subtypes of individual neurotransmitter receptors trafficking in and out of synapses. This imaging platform allows simultaneous image acquisition of at least five fluorescent markers in living neurons with a high-spatial resolution.

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New application note

HYPERSPECTRAL STUDY OF PEROVSKITE
CRYSTALS

The search for flexible, cheap, and easy to process photovoltaic materials took a new turn in the past years with the rapid evolution of organometallic perovskite solar cells. If research groups want to take to the market this new star of photovoltaics, a better understanding of the photophysics and the degradation mechanisms is essential. Photon etc’s global hyperspectral imaging platform (IMA™) is perfectly suited to find the answers to the questions scientists have been asking themselves about perovskite’s outstanding properties.

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New article

PHOTOLUMINESCENCE HYPERSPECTRAL IMAGING OF LIGHT-INDUCED THERMOPOWER IN SEMICONDUCTORS

[W]e report a local optical measurement of carrier populations which are not in thermal equilibrium with the lattice of the material. This contactless method enables access to the local gradients of the two fundamental thermodynamical properties, namely the temperature and the electrochemical potential. Therefore, we can determine the Seebeck coefficient related to the light-induced thermoelectric properties of the material. Moreover, we demonstrate the linear relationship between voltage and temperature gradients at a micrometer scale.

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New article

CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PERFORMANCE OF A PLASMON WAVEGUIDE RESONANCE SENSOR (PWR)

A plasmon waveguide resonance (PWR) sensor is proposed for studying the interaction between gold nanoparticles and proteins. [In order to characterize the performances of the PWR sensor, a] super continuum laser beam (Fianium SC-450) is passed through a tunable filter (Photon Etc) and a single mode optical fiber.

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