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Sistema di microscopia confocale

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Laser unit

LU-N3: installed laser 405 nm, 488 nm, and 561 nm, Cannot be used with C2-DUS spectral detector

LU-N4/N4S: installed laser 405 nm, 488 nm, 561 nm, and 640 nm, Use LU-N4S when using C2-DUS spectral detector

LU-NV series: mountable laser 405 nm, 445 nm, 458 nm, 488 nm, 514 nm, 532 nm, 561 nm, 594 nm, 640 nm and 647 nm

Standard detector Wavelength: 400-750 nm, Detector: 3PMTs, Filter cube: 2 filter cubes
Diascopic detector (option) Wavelength: 400-700 nm, Detector: 1 PMT
Scan head

C2+/C2si+ scan head: when configuring with C2-DU3 standard fluorescence detector

Scanner: galvano scanner, Pixel size: 2048 x 2048

Scanning speed: Standard mode; 2 fps (512 x 512 pixels, bi-direction), 18 fps (512 x 32 pixels, bi-direction), Zoom: 1-1000x

Fast mode; 8 fps (512 x 512 pixels, bi-direction), 100 fps (512 x 32 pixels, bi-direction)*, Zoom: 8-1000x

C2si+ scan head: when configuring with C2-DUS spectral detector

Scanner: galvano scanner, Pixel size: maximum 1024 x 1024 pixels

Scanning speed: 0.5 fps (512 x 512 pixels, single direction)

7 fps (512 x 32 pixels, single direction)

Scan mode

X-T, Y-T, X-Y, X-Y-T, X-Y-Z, X-Y-Z-T, Mirror Image (X, Y),

Reciprocation image, Rotation image, ROI image, Line sequential acquisition

Pinhole Circular shape, 6 size
Spectral detector (option)*2

C2-DUS spectral detector unit

Number of channels: 32, Wavelength detection range: 400 - 750 nm, Spectral image acquisition speed: 2 fps (256 x 256 pixels), Maximum pixel size: 1024 x 1024 (Spectral mode/Virtual filter mode), Wavelength resolution: 2.5/5.0/10.0 nm, Wavelength range variable in 0.25 nm steps

C2-DUVB GaAsP detector unit

Number of channels: 1 GaAsP PMT with variable emission plus 1 optional GaAsP PMT (C2-DUVB-OP) with a user-defined dichroic mirror and barrier filter, Wavelength detection range: 400 - 720 nm, narrowest: 10 nm, broadest: 320 nm, Maximum pixel size: 2048 x 2048 (CB mode/VB mode), Wavelength resolution: 10 nm, Wavelength range variable in 1 nm steps

FOV Square inscribed in a o18 mm circle
Image bit depth 12 bits
Compatible microscopes Inverted microscope ECLIPSE Ti2-E/Ti2-A/Ti2-U, Upright microscope ECLIPSE Ni-E (focusing nosepiece type/focusing stage type)/Ni-U, Fixed stage microscope ECLIPSE FN1, Multi-purpose zoom microscope AZ100
Z step Ti2-E: 0.02 μm, FN1 stepping motor: 0.05 μm, Ni-E: 0.025 μm
Software Software: NIS-Elements C
Display/image processing/analysis
2D/3D/4D analysis, time-lapse analysis, 3D volume rendering/orthogonal, spatial filters, image stitching, multipoint time-lapse, spectral unmixing, real-time unmixing, virtual filters, deconvolution, AVI image file output
Application: FRAP, FLIP, FRET, photoactivation, colocalization, three-dimensional time-lapse imaging, multipoint time-lapse imaging
Control Computer

OS: Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64 bit SP1, CPU: Intel Xeon Duo Processor E5-1630v3 (3.70 GHz/10 MB/2133 MHz/Quad Core) or higher, RAM: DDR4 2400MHz 8GB, Chipset: Intel C612 chipset, HDD: Serial ATA 6 Gb/s (7,200 rpm) 146 GB or greater, Graphics: NVIDIA Quadro M2000 4GB, Drive: Super Multi drive (Slimline), Expansion slots: PCI Express (x16) (for graphics) slot x2 etc., Interface: USB2.0 RS-232C, LAN port: 10/100/1000 network interface x1,

Monitor: LCD2 monitor with 1600 x 1200 or higher resolution, dual monitor, Configuration is recommended

Dimensions and weight

C2+/C2si+ scan head 145 (W) x 236.5 (H) x 70 (D) mm, Approx. 2 kg

Controller 225 (W) x 404 (H) x 382 (D) mm, Approx. 12 kg

Standard detector 225 (W) x 154 (H) x 224 (D) mm, Approx. 3.5 kg

Spectral detector C2-DUS: 289 (W) x 323 (H) x 593.5 (D) mm, Approx. 23 kg, C2-DUVB: 360 (W) x 91 (H) x 595.5 (D) mm, Approx. 9.5 kg


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