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an Oxford Instruments company Confocal Spinning Disk Solutions

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Meet the family Experience tells us that almost every customer is unique in their requirements, and so rarely are two Revolution systems the same. We pride ourselves in offering flexibility so that you can focus on your applications. Revolution XDi The classic high speed configuration for inverted microscopes Revolution XDh Combine XD system choice with an upright microscope Revolution XDv A focused upright solution when lab space is at a premium The only solution when life is so precious The Andor Revolution WD and XD form a family of flexible system solutions focused on live cell imaging....

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The Revolution WD is the latest spinning disk confocal system in Andor’s range. It is the ultimate solution for the diverse range of samples used in live cell imaging. Using the CSU-W1 from Yokogawa, the Revolution WD retains the pedigree expected from the Revolution systems, but offers so much more in order to meet your research needs. TuCam CSU OptoSplit KEY APPLICATIONS Regenerating cholinergic motorneurons in the nematode C.elegans. Upper Image - Dual labelled nematode. Collaboration with T. Edwards, Hammarlund Laboratory, Yale School of Medicine. Camera Piezo Stage Developmental...

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The Revolution XDi is based around an inverted microscope, the most common choice for live cell imaging. With a disk speed that supports up to 2,000 frames per second, it is the primary choice for high speed cellular dynamics and applications such as ion imaging. It delivers premium performance for speed and sensitivity at high magnifications. Power and flexibility with Borealis NEW Borealis offers many benefits resulting from its highly uniform field of illumination and improved light throughput. These include enhancements in: image quality, quantitative analysis and axial fidelity....

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Full Featured Upright Microscope System XDh has been designed to allow those who work on an upright microscope to benefit from the capabilities available from our full component range. The XDh is suitable for applications such as plant biology research, and in developmental biology models such as c.elegans and drosophila. In these cases, whilst an inverted microscope configuration is possible, an upright microscope can be more practical owing to the sample preparation with a glass coverslip more typically on the upper facing surface. Other examples of applications requiring an upright...

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Upright Scope with Reduced System Footprint Filter Wheel The Revolution XDv offers you a compact solution on an upright microscope. In keeping this system footprint small, it is well suited to labs with limited space or to fit inside a Faraday cage for electrophysiology rigs. In securing the CSU-X, filter wheel and camera to our vertical mount, you are guaranteed complete stability. Laser 4 Laser 5 Laser 6 KEY APPLICATION EXAMPLE - ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY With the Revolution XDv you can confidently combine spinning disk confocal microscopy with techniques as sensitive as patch clamping a cell....

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Revolution Custom Systems The flexibility for me to define a novel configuration for the Revolution XD allowed me to combine live cell imaging with laser tweezers. This offers new avenues of investigation for my research. At Andor we realize that, sometimes, even our adaptable and flexible off-the-shelf products are not enough to meet some of the more demanding application requirements of our customers. For this reason we provide a bespoke service to our customers, whereby a dedicated highly experienced team of engineers and application specialists provide customer specific solutions. The...

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Microscopy System Cameras EMCCD technology revolutionized spinning disk confocal microscopy. The ability to cool to -100°C and the use of EM gain effectively eliminates noise and provides routine single photon sensitivity. The key benefits of Andor’s iXon EMCCD cameras are: The Neo sCMOS camera is the perfect partner to the iXon range. Though not as sensitive as EMCCD cameras, sCMOS runs at high speeds and has extremely low read noise at 1 e-/pix/sec, giving excellent signal to noise performance. The key benefits of Neo sCMOS are: • Extreme sensitivity for working at low levels of sample...

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Software MicroManager Flexibility in your choice of software as well as hardware. Instrument Control and Data Acquisition NEW Andor iQ Andor’s iQ software is designed for multi-dimensional and multi-modal imaging. With years of experience and development behind it, iQ offers immense flexibility for a wide range of live cell imaging requirements. iQ3, the very latest version, introduces the 6D GUI (Graphical User Interface) and a user management system. protocols from other users, even from previous iQ versions. This will be of great benefit to core facility managers, helping them to manage...

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Microscopy System Components Confocal Spinning Disk Unit Confocal Spinning Disk Unit The CSU-W1 offers complete versatility, addressing a wide range of sample types due to an alternative disk design to the CSU-X1. Choose up to 2 disk patterns according to your requirements. Available in 3 models: single and dual camera, and split-view, the CSU-W1 offers a range of options according to your budget or application requirements (e.g. simultaneous dual wavelength capture). Upgrade single camera versions in the future with TuCam if you wish. (see page 23) The CSU-X1 from Yokogawa is the premier...

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Microscopy System Components Rotr™ Filter Wheel - Emission discrimination Mosaic 3 - Active Illumination Our systems use filter wheels to select by wavelength or polarisation. Our new highspeed Rotr filter wheel offers wavelength switching up to nine frame pairs/sec when fully loaded with filters (manufacturers quote unloaded times). Multiple filter wheels are sequential. The Mosaic active illumination system utilizes digital mirror device (DMD) technology to control the illumination field of a fluorescence microscope. Using laser or arc lamp sources, Mosaic achieves real time and near...

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