Analytical instrumentation > Imaging systems

Hyperspectral imaging sensor

10 June, 2009

Headwall’s Hyperspec VIS family of integrated hyperspectral imaging sensors for the 380 to 825 nm spectral range claims to provide the foundation for using hyperspectral imaging to achieve superior spectral sensing and chemical imaging.


Blue light transilluminator

09 June, 2009 by

The Safe Imager 2.0 Blue Light Transilluminator is claimed to eliminate safety concerns and minimise damage to samples.


Oxidative reaction analysis

09 June, 2009 by

ACL Instruments’ range of chemiluminescence analysis systems has been designed for the study of oxidative effects in aging, stability and high-precision calculation of shelf life.


Chemiluminescent imaging system

05 June, 2009 by

The Syngene G:BOX iChemi range of intelligent chemiluminescent imaging systems has been designed for fully automated set-up, allowing both novice and experienced molecular biologists to rapidly produce good quality results from any chemiluminescent blot. The range of four G:BOX iChemi chemiluminescent imaging systems contains a high-resolution, 16-bit, CCD camera with intelligent control software specifically for chemiluminescence and low-level, light-emitting samples.


Video tracking for animal behaviour

05 June, 2009 by

The Smart System is a user-friendly video tracking system for evaluating behaviour in experimental animals.


Automated cameras

08 April, 2009 by

Leutron Vision’s PicSight gigabit-ethernet and modular cameras are fitted with a fully integrated socket enabling motorised lenses with C or CS mountings to be connected directly to the system, allowing them to automatically zoom, focus and adapt an image to different object sizes.


Anatomical imaging technology

08 April, 2009 by

The Visual Sonics Vevo770 provides real-time visualisation and quantifiable assessment of anatomical and haemodynamic function with resolution down to 30 µm.


Cell imaging

08 April, 2009 by

Cellavista, by innovatis, is an image-based system that can be used for rapid visualisation of a broad range of cellular assays, while simultaneously performing image analysis.


CCD detector

08 April, 2009 by

The Saturn A200 is a large aperture CCD detector designed to provide faster readout times and better sensitivity than earlier models.


Magnifying lamp

08 April, 2009 by

The Wide Screen Magnifier lamp offers a large work screen with a 187 x 155 mm wide screen lens with 3-dioptre magnification. The stand features a steel cantilever arm and two swivel joints, allowing the magnifier lens to be positioned at any angle desired.


Small imaging systems

07 April, 2009 by

CRi’s imaging solutions may be used to reveal hidden signals and structures in biological samples. Signals are detected, distinguished and quantitated with sensitivity and resolution.


Dolphin-Doc Plus gel documentation system

07 April, 2009

Dolphin-Doc Plus is a high-performance gel documentation image system suitable for fluorescent DNA and protein gel visualisation. A compact darkroom with a fully openable door and a UV-transilluminator on a slide-our frame makes the image system extremely user friendly.


Gel documentation systems

07 April, 2009

The FUSION FX7 is the latest addition to the range of gel documentation systems from Vilber Lourmat, France.


Microarray scanners

07 April, 2009 by

The Axon GenePix 4300A and 4400A scanners have a range of features designed to provide high-resolution, multispectral imaging with reliable performance.


Pocket-sized magnetic resonance imaging

06 April, 2009 by

Research scientists have developed small portable MRI scanners that perform their services in the field; for example, to examine ice cores.


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