OctoPlus, a flexible range of OCT line scan cameras
  • Improved signal roll-off for higher automated segmentation performance
  • Significantly higher axial resolution than Swept-Source OCT (SS-OCT)* for precise tissue/structure thickness measurement
  • Minimal polarisation dependence to identify birefringent and depolarizing tissues

* SS-OCT that are currently FDA approved

  • Significantly increases the field of view compared to Swept-Source OCT (SS-OCT)* with up to 250K Ascan/s acquisition speed
  • Reduces artefacts due to motion e.g. in elderly patients, children, animals
  • Enables real time B-scan display, even with an average of 15 images

* SS-OCT that are currently FDA approved

  • Design your own camera
  • 64 combinations, with the same mechanical form factor
  • Low cost models to support the development of lower price OCT applications
  • 50% smaller volume versus Teledyne e2v’s previous OCT camera generation
  • 75% power savings versus Teledyne e2v’s previous OCT camera generation
  • Available as an OEM product to fit complex shapes or new applications
  • Match existing exam database taken at 800nm-900nm
  • Not sensitive to temporal instability of Swept-Sources, for tracking
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Why OctoPlus?

Teledyne e2v has developed and manufactured OCT CCD cameras for the last decade, supporting the transition from Time-Domain OCT to Spectral Domain OCT. The intense research activity and broadened use of OCT  for medical practices, has generated a number of new uses to improve patient care (e.g. functional imaging or large field of view imaging), which existing OCT CCD camera technologies are unable to address (in particular fast A-scan rates). With OctoPlus, Teledyne e2v brings a solution to future generations of OCT by providing a dedicated camera platform using CMOS technology to speed up image acquisition while also improving image quality.

Real life example: B-scans of a nailfold

Images captured using Wasatch Photonics Cobra S spectrometer
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Leading OCT CMOS camera from competitor

Teledyne e2v Proprietary Sensor Technology

Teledyne e2v spent 2 years developing a CMOS sensor specifically for OCT. This resulted in the launch of OctoPlus, which has a specially designed pixel architecture that improves sensitivity and reduces signal roll-off to improve image quality by several dB vs state-of-the-art CMOS cameras, especially in deep structures (see graph on the side).

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Images captured using Wasatch Photonics Cobra S spectrometer

OCT Applications

Eye Care
Cancer diagnosis
Quality control