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Photon Counting Measurement

StrobeLock is a time-correlated single-photon counting measurement option. The imaging modes include fluorescence lifetime imaging and time-resolved luminescence microscopy, which can be integrated with the alpha300 and alpha500 microscope series.

Olympus

HCS Station

The scan^R 2.4 high-content screening station is based upon the IX3 inverted microscope frame. The updated screening station can now be incorporated with the fully automated IX83, combining a modular frame design with scan speed. This new system ca

Prior Scientific

Microscope Filter Wheel Deck

The HF108IX3 filter wheel deck is designed for the Olympus IX3 inverted microscope systems. The HF108IX3 provides a compact high-speed filter wheel option, accommodating up to eight 32 mm diameter filters. The unit is mounted below the nosepiece, w

Leica Microsystems

Microscope Camera for Fluorescence Applications

The DFC3000 G, a grayscale USB 3.0 microscope camera for routine fluorescence applications, features a passive cooling architecture and correlated pixel double sampling for clear fluorescence signals and low background noise. With its CCD sensor, i

Leica Microsystems

Microscope Camera for Brightfield Applications

The DMC2900 is a USB 3.0 microscope camera equipped with a 3.1 megapixel CMOS sensor for standard brightfield applications. To expedite the capture, documentation, and analysis of color images, the camera uses a sensor capable of producing live ima

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