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.
DETAIL SPECIFICATION AND GRATING SELECTION
Focal Length 0.67-meter, Czerny Turner design Spectrometer with Patented "Snap-In" gratings
Slit Locations Axial and lateral with optional extra entrance and exit port selection mirrors
f No. 4.7 (5.8 with smaller grating)
Grating Size 120 x 140-mm (or 110 x 110-mm) - Echelle gratings up to 220-mm wide
Accuracy 0.05 nm (with 1200-g/mm grating)
Reproducibility ±0.005 nm (with 1200-g/mm grating)
Focal Plane 50-mm maximum width, multiply dispersion by the width of your detector for range
SteREO Lumar.V12 has been designed to provide exceptional performance for the diverse applications in stereomicroscopy. In contrast to comparable imaging systems, SteREO Lumar.V12 enables for the first time fluorescence imaging of light microscopy quality. New optics provide the basis for this accomplishment – optics distinguished by the fact that all important components such as zoom attachment, objectives and tubes have been rigorously designed to meet the demands of fluorescence microscopy.
Capture images that are crisp and rich in contrast, have excellent color fidelity and simply contain more information. SteREO Discovery.V12 enhances resolution and contrast in biology and quality assurance.
•Motorized 12:1 zoom
•Seamless integration into the modular system of SteREO microscopes
•Motorized components for reliable results
•Illumination and contrast methods based on cold light or LED
•Excellent depth perception even at high magnification levels
The TriboScope nanomechanical test instrument utilizes an in-situ Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) imaging capability to realize the benefits of SPM imaging and quantitative nanoindentation in a single system. The synergy offered by interfacing the industry-leading sensitivity of the Hysitron transducer to an SPM provides superior testing capabilities previously unavailable to the materials characterization community.