Carl Zeiss Pty Ltd
Carl Zeiss offers a suitable spectrum of light micoscopes, laser scanning microscopes, digital imaging systems, microtomes, histology instruments, micromanipulators, laser ablation products and others for your specific user requirements. Carl Zeiss represents suppliers such as Microm, MetaSystems, Eppendorf, J & M, PCO, Micropoint, Narishige, Cellomics and Autoscan, that offer a variety of quality products with unmatched performance, reliable results and ease of operation.
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The VivaTome is an optical sectioning tool for fluorescence microscopes. It has been designed to enable developmental and cell biologists to examine the dynamics of living specimens without extensive prior knowledge of optical sectioning.
The Axio Lab.A1 microscope has been optimised for microbiology laboratories. The microscope has been ergonomically designed for daily use with all of the main operating elements covered in soft-touch materials and conveniently positioned within reach of the user’s fingers.
The Carl Zeiss Intermediate LED tubes S offer very good fluorescence homogeneity in a large stereo field. The fluorescence brightness and high contrast make them suitable for routine dissections of marked model organisms or for the screening of dyed cell cultures.
The flexible Axio Scope.A1 microscope system from Carl Zeiss is now being offered in a version for polarisation microscopy. With minimum effort, six different versions of the microscope can be specially and economically configured for polarisation techniques.
Carl Zeiss has introduced an integrated hardware/software interface to connect light and scanning electron microscopes for materials analysis and correlative microscopy in the life sciences. The Shuttle & Find interface enables users to recall regions of interest in fixed specimens in an electron microscope, which were previously identified in a light microscope and vice versa. The entire process takes only a few seconds.
The multidiscussion system for Axio Scope and Axio Imager light microscopes enables up to 21 persons to view the same object microscopically at the same time. The image generated under the microscope is seen by all observers with an identical image orientation in a 23 mm field of view.
The Axio Imager 2 has 10 stand versions and is suitable for advanced routine to high-end research in the life and materials sciences.
Added to the LSM 7 range of laser scanning microscopes, the LSM 780 with GaAsP detector technology is claimed to significantly increase sensitivity.
Carl Zeiss has enhanced the performance of its Stemi DV4 stereomicroscope with an illumination system.
Conventional wide field fluorescent imaging is hindered by the detection of out of focus light above and below the specimen plane being examined. This has limited traditional fluorescent microscopes to a Z-direction resolution of approximately 1 µm. This limitation has spurred the adoption of the laser scanning microscope (LSM) into examination of subcellular biology with the capability of Z-resolutions below 0.5 µm.
The LSM 5 DUO, the combination of the LSM 5 Live laser scanning microscope optionally with the LSM 510 Meta or the LSM 510, combines all current high-end confocal microscopy techniques.
Carl Zeiss presents two new digital cameras for photomicrography in biomedical research: the AxioCam HRm digital camera with optimum resolution, 14 bit digitisation and microscanning feature, and the AxioCam MRm high-resolution, scientific digital camera with 12 bit digitisation.
Clearly defined images, sturdy and hard-wearing technology, and easy operation of all function controls are all features of the new line of small stereomicroscopes from Carl Zeiss.
Documentation of microscopic examinations in life science, materials analysis and quality inspection must be reliable and objective. The Axiovision module Autofocus is useful when working with digital cameras, as it automatically focuses on the specimen and leads to razor sharp images every time.
Axioplan 2 imaging MOT is claimed to offer the research and routine microscopist a number of new features. This specifically applies to examinations which are mainly performed using fluorescence techniques, eg, the examination of chromosomes and living cells in genetics and cell biology. The microscope's benefits include its high-speed shutter, the motorised double TV tube, improved operation, and optimised motor control.
Carl Zeiss has two new modules for the AxioVision software that will improve presentations of microscope images.