We specialize in technology for Time-Gated Imaging of Long-Lifetime Fluorescent and Phosphorescent Probes. Examples of Long-Lifetime Probes include:
Europium and Terbium Complexes
Luminescent Oxygen and Temperature Sensors
Inorganic Crystalline Phosphors
All Our Imagex™-TGi and Imagex™-nanoCCD cooled CCD Cameras are complete ‘Turnkey’ Time-Gated Imaging systems with integrated programmable Frequency, Lamp Pulse, Gate Delay and Gate Width generators all accessible via a USB 2.0 port from a simple but comprehensive Windows application. With the Imagex Programmer's Library you can develop your own custom application with 3rd Party Development systems such as LabView™ or Visual Studio™. Imagex Systems are fitted with an industry standard C-Mount lens mounting allowing them to be used in a wide range of optical configurations from distance imaging to microscopy.
We have now introduced our New PRSL series of TTL modulated high power light sources. With fast switch-ON/switch-OFF and comprehensive optical interfacing capabilities via the 30mm Cage format the PRSL light source is an ideal companion to the Imagex Time-Gated Imaging system.
In addition to our new light source range we are now offering integrated Turnkey Packages combining Imagex System, PRSL light source, camera lens, camera filter holder and programming library for a great price. Our new price list is available now on the Downloads page!
Latest News from PRS
Our latest pricelist has been uploaded. Please see our Downloads page for more information.
New Imagex/PRSL Packages available: Please see our Pricelist on the Downloads page for more information.
New Product Announcement: Our New high power light sources are now available. Please visit the Products page for more information.
New Product on its way from PRS! We have now developed a higher resolution version of our Imagex Time-Gated Imaging System with 1400 x 1040 pixels in a single readout, faster per-pixel readout rates and new improved software package. Please see our Products page for more information.
We've made a video! See our Introduction to Time-Gated Imaging on YouTube. The link is below...