Six-position turret upgrade kit from Prior Scientific

Prior Scientific HF6NTK six-position turret upgrade kit

The HF6NTK turret upgrade kit from Prior Scientific (Rockland, MA) for Nikon Ti-FLC-E motorized six-position turrets enables control by the company's ProScan III controller and compatibility with most imaging software packages. The kit, when coupled with the controller, controls the Ti-FLC-E at speeds of up to 300 ms between adjacent cubes, and enables motorization without the need for the HUB-B motorization hub. The kit is also compatible with the company's PS3J100 interactive control center (ICC).

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Introducing the HF6NTK Nikon Turret Upgrade Kit from Prior Scientific

Rockland, MA. (December 14, 2011) - Prior Scientific has unveiled the new HF6NTK Nikon Turret Upgrade Kit for new or existing Nikon Model Ti- FLC-E motorized six position turrets. The HF6NTK Nikon Turret Upgrade Kit enables users to upgrade their Nikon Model Ti-FLC-E turret so the unit can be controlled by the Prior ProScanTMIII controller, therefore making the system compatible with most major imaging software packages. The HF6NTK combined with the ProScanTMIII controller controls the Ti-FLC-E at speeds of up to 300ms between adjacent cubes.  

The HF6NTK Nikon Turret Upgrade Kit also enables the motorization of the Nikon Ti without the need for the HUB-B motorization hub. The HF6NTK is compatible with Prior's PS3J100 Interactive Control Center (ICC) and can be easily retroverted back to the Nikon Ti six position motorized turrets original manufacturers specifications.

For more information on the HF6NTK Nikon Turret Upgrade Kit or other Prior Scientific, Inc. products, contact Prior Scientific Inc., at 800-877-2234 or fax 781-878-8736. Write to Prior Scientific, Inc., 80 Reservoir Park Drive, Rockland, MA. 02370, send an email to or visit our website at

Prior Scientific is the leading manufacturer of high precision motorized microscope stages, nanopositioning Piezo Z stages, automated slide loading systems, laser autofocus systems, fluorescence illumination systems, fiber optic inspection equipment, motorized filter wheels, microscopes, custom optical systems and a wide array of microscopy accessories for a variety of applications. Prior Scientific's dedication to customer service has positioned Prior as a trusted supplier for the industrial, scientific, educational and OEM markets.


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