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R&D 100 Award

R&D 100, June 2011

The Array Detection Technology for Mass Spectrometry (ADT-MS) has been selected by an independent judging panel and editors of R&D Magazine as a recipient of a 2011 R&D 100 Award.
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This award salutes the 100 most technologically significant products introduced into the marketplace over the past year.
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Pittcon, March 2010 Pittcon 2010 Award

The first of its kind, an Imagerlabs monolithic multi-channel Ion sensor was unveiled in a new ground breaking Ion Mass Spectroscopy system - The sensor's 4800 channels allow the detection of very light and very heavy ions simultaneously. Learn more about the instrument
The system won the Pittcon Editors Silver Award

Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry, January 2010

Imagerlabs presented a paper about new ultra low noise high dynamic range sensor for optical spectroscopy applications such as Laser Induced Breakdown spectroscopy. The unique programmable gain per pixel and variable geometry are especially suitable for the Echelle spectroscope. A prototype sensor was demonstrated during the presentation. Read more about the technology

The Neuroscience Conference, October 2009

An Imagerlabs high speed, low noise and extreme dynamic range imaging sensor was unveiled in the NEUR CMOS-SM camera. The camera has very large dynamic range and is capable of resolving changes in light intensity from both very bright and relatively dim regions within the same field. Read more about the technology