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Improve Microscope Imaging

A scientific digital microscope camera of the ProgRes®-family is based on decades of experience in development and production of high-end solutions for digital imaging. The integration of a ProgRes® microscope camera into the laboratory is easy. For all contrast methods in light microscopy you find a suitable model out of the ProgRes® microscope camera family at best price-performance-ratio. Scientific applications in the biological, medical and industrial fields such as: general Microscopy, fluorescent Imaging, forensic Analysis, chemiluminescent Gel Imaging, Particle tracking, Haematology, Histopathology, Cytology, Routine Pathology, Microbiology, Bacteriology, Mycobacteriology, Virology, Mycology, Parasitology, Immunology, Serology. Clinical and routine Pathology, Surgical Pathology, Cytopathology, Dermatopathology, Neuropathology, Forensic Pathology, Clinical Chemistry, Microbiology, Medical Education.

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JENOPTIK | Optical Systems
Ludwig Eckl, Director of Sales and Marketing
1 Industrial Parkway, Easthampton, MA 01027
Phone: 413-527-0079 Ext. 300, Cell: 413-262-5940

High Power Laser Diodes in Cooled Packages

  • Low cost and high brightness
  • Wide spectrum of wavelengths
  • Fiber optical output
  • Integrated cooling
  • Integrated fiber sensor and pilot beam
  • Easy to engineer-in

Frankfurt Laser Company presents new fiber-coupled laser diodes for medical applications, e.g. Dental Treatment, Surgery, Otorhinolaringology (ENT), Obstetrics, Skin Diseases and Photodynamic Therapy.

The laser diodes come in hermetically sealed HHL housings featuring integrated TEC, thermistor to temperature stabilize/wavelength tune laser emission and monitor photodiode to stabilise power output. Integrated fiber sensor and pilot beam come as an option. Available wavelengths range from 622nm to 2000nm with output power from 0.2W to 30W. They are available with 62.5µm to 1000µm core diameter multimode fiber terminated with SMA-905 connector.

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Come to our booth Hall 1, booth # 8126 at BIOS
24-25 January, 2009 in San Jose (CA) to discuss your projects.

mirao™ 52-e Electromagnetic Deformable Mirror

The mirao™ 52-e Electromagnetic Deformable Mirror enables OCT, multiphoton, confocal and optical microscope users to correct for wide-ranging specimen induced aberrations. mirao’s unprecedented 50 µm stroke, exceptional optical quality (0.01 µm rms), near-perfect linearity (95%) and virtual lack of hysteresis (<2%) enable you to image deeper and with greater precision than ever before. The AOKit™ – bio, which combines mirao with a HASO™ wavefront sensor and CASAO™ adaptive optics command & control software, is an all-in-one solution that provides all the features you need for demanding bioimaging applications. Visit Imagine Optic on BiOS stand 8341 for a demonstration.

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BiOS stand 8341, Photonics West stand 527
+33 (0) 1 64 86 15 60,

Compact DPSS laser at 594 nm

The Cobolt Mambo™ is perfectly suited for demanding fluorescence applications, in particular for excitation of Alex Fluor 594, Texas Red as well as the fluorescent proteins mCherry & mKate.

The Cobolt Mambo™ is a continuous-wave DPSS laser at 594 nm with an output power of up to 50 mW. Built into a hermetically sealed compact package using the proprietary HTCureTM technology for extreme robustness, the Cobolt Mambo™ provides single-mode operation, low noise (<0.3 % rms) and exceptionally high beam quality (M2<1.1).

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Other wavelengths available in the sames series include 457, 473, 491, 515, 532 and 561 nm.

Vretenvagen 13, SE-171 54 Solna, Sweden
Phone: +46 8 545 912 30, Fax: +46 8 545 912 31

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