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LDR User's Guide

PL09000LDR Spec Sheet

PL16803LDR Spec Sheet

Scientific Camera Brochure


Software Development

FLI’s Software Development Kit is provided to customers free of charge. You can download it here:

Windows SDK

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Custom Application

ProLine imaging systems can accommodate specialized lenses such as the Linos XV Heligon 4k-S and others.

 

Our design team has achieved back focus distances approaching 0 mm!

 

Contact FLI for your custom applications.


Sample Images

Veterinary Images

(MicroLine ML09000)

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Medical Images

(ProLine PL16803LDR)

Shoulder X-Ray C-Spine X-Ray Knee X-Ray Hand X-Ray Neck X-Ray Chest X-Ray


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High Performance Imaging Systems for X-Ray Applications


FLI’s DR Line of cameras are specifically designed for Digital Radiography applications. The ProLine PL09000LDR and ProLine PL16803LDR systems feature small back-focus requirements, FLI’s proprietary anti-ghosting technology, excellent linearity, fast download speeds, precision regulated cooling and expertly matched sensor electronics result in the highest quality, low-noise images available.

 

Typical performance and features include:

  1. Fast download speed, 8 MHz (user selectable)
  2. Excellent linearity and charge transfer efficiency (CTE)
  3. Stable, precise regulated cooling
  4. Low-noise 16-bit operation at all down load speeds
  5. RBI Anti-Ghosting Technology standard
  6. Guaranteed sensor accuracy (orthogonal & x,y location)
  7. PL16803LDR : 9 micron, 16MP sensor, readout noise as low as 8 e- rms (@ 1 MHz)
  8. PL09000LDR: 12 micron, 9 MP sensor, readout noise as low as 8 e- rms (@ 1 MHz)

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