Non-tactile Measurement of 3D-Topography
The LSM 700 with Axio Imager is used for many different materials research applications, such as metal and non-metal surfaces, transparent materials, synthetic and organic polymers. Measure topography, waviness, roughness and layer thickness of your samples. This confocal laser scanning microscope operates quickly and accurately without tactile contact.
LSM 700 from Carl Zeiss simplifies materials research with its fully automated hardware and high scanning speeds. The focus linear sensor measures the exact z-position automatically.
The Nikon A1si is a confocal system equipped with a point-scan scan head, 5 standard PMT detectors and a 32-channel PMT spectral detector. The A1si's highest resolution mode is up to 4096 x 4096 pixels. The system is mounted on a Nikon Ti2000E inverted, fluorescence microscope with DIC optics. NIS Elements imaging software is used to control acquisition and analysis.
Aramis Confocal Raman Imaging System Horiba Jobin Yvon’s Raman Spectrometer is a confocal system capable of x,y mapping and depth profiling. The advanced optical technology and software on the LabRAM ARAMIS provides access to faster and more detailed chemical images. While not every sample is an efficient Raman scatterer, the ARAMIS ensures that samples such as pharmaceuticals, minerals, polymers and semiconductors can routinely be mapped using fast point acquisitions.
The Olympus FluoView™ FV1000 is a next-generation imaging system designed for high-resolution, confocal observation of both fixed and living cells. The FV1000 offers advances in confocal system performance while providing the speed and sensitivity required for live cell imaging with minimal risk of damage to living specimens.
The Olympus FluoView™ FV1000 confocal microscope opens new frontiers in live cell imaging with advanced technologies that provide improved sensitivity and high scan speeds for imaging live organisms with minimal specimen damage.
The ScanArray 3000 (Packard BioChip Technologies) is a confocal laser scanning device used to detect and quantify hybridization signals and is specifically designed to scan DNA microarrays fabricated on 25mm x 75 mm glass slides using Cy3 and Cy5 fluorescent labels. The ScanArray 3000 is operated using a dedicated Gateway GP6- 400 and ScanArray image acquisition software.