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April 16, 2014

New features optimize the SymPhoTime 64 software

PicoQuant has released version 1.6 of the fluorescence lifetime software package

PicoQuant has released a new version of the system software SymPhoTime 64 for all time-resolved microscopes (MicroTime Series, FLIM & FCS Upgrade Kit for LSM). Version 1.6 includes an optimized online analysis for FLIM and FCS as well as several workflow improvements of FLIM, FCS, grouped analysis, and file handling along with bugfixing. A new demo-workspace and numerous step-by-step tutorials are also available.

New features optimize the SymPhoTime 64 software

March 18, 2014

Integrating sphere add-on for FluoTime 300

Precise quantum yield measurements can be routinely performed in a few minutes even by untrained users

PicoQuant has released an integrating sphere add-on for the FluoTime 300 spectrometer. It has been thoroughly designed and calibrated and is able to reproduce published literature data of selected quantum yield standards such as Rhodamin 6G, Coumarin 153, and Ru(bpy)3.The complete workflow for quantum yield measurements is included in the EasyTau software as a dedicated quantum yield wizard. Therefore, precise quantum yield measurements can be routinely performed in a few minutes even for untrained users.

Integrating sphere add-on for FluoTime 300

January 28, 2014

PicoQuant will showcase the new picosecond pulsed supercontinuum Solea at Photonics West 2014

The spectrum of the tunable laser source spans from 480 nm to 700 nm

PicoQuant GmbH will present the new supercontinuum laser Solea at Photonics West 2014, held February 1-6 in San Franscico, CA, USA. The tunable picosecond laser source gives users unprecedented capabilities such as full wavelength tunability and free triggering. It can be operated at a number of user-selectable internal repetition rates or even be externally triggered at any repetition rate between 1 MHz and 40 MHz. Any single wavelength between 480 nm and 700 nm can be selected.

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PicoQuant will showcase the new picosecond pulsed supercontinuum Solea at Photonics West 2014

January 8, 2014

PicoQuant teams up with NKT Photonics for a new freely triggerable tunable laser

The new laser system Solea gives users unprecedented capabilities such as full wavelength tunability and free triggering

PicoQuant, the global leader in pulsed laser systems, Time-correlated Single Photon Counting electronics (TCSPC) and time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy systems, has chosen NKT Photonics A/S (NKT), the pioneer of nonlinear fibers and supercontinuum lasers as a strategic partner for the new Solea laser, a tuneable picosecond pulsed laser.

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PicoQuant teams up with NKT Photonics for a new freely triggerable tunable laser

December 20, 2013

New TCSPC system software for PicoHarp 300

A programmable time offset in the new version 3.0 replaces adjustable cable delays

A new data acquisition software is now available for the PicoHarp 300 Time-Correlated Single Photon Counting (TCSPC) system from PicoQuant. The new version 3.0 provides a programmable time offset in the sync input to replace adjustable cable delays (4 ps resolution, ±100 ns) and a programmable time offset in all PHR 800 router channels to tune for relative delay (4 ps resolution, ±8 ns). It also provides a new future proof file format and export of histograms directly to ASCII files as well as various improvements in usage and user interface.

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New TCSPC system software for PicoHarp 300

Important Dates

Register now for the next Microscopy Course in March 2018

It will be held from March 6-8, 2018 in Berlin, Germany. Deadline for early bird registration: November 13, 2017.


Register now for the 18. SymPhoTime Training Day 2018

It will be held in March 9, 2017 in Berlin, Germany.


Registration for International Symposium on Single Photon based Quantum Technologies is open

It will be held from May 30-June 1, 2018 in Berlin, Germany. Deadline for early bird registration and a submission of abstracts: February 5, 2018.


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