Microscopy technology to be exhibited by Prior
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Prior will be exhibiting a range of its products at the European Microscopy congress on the 16th -21st September in Manchester.
Products on display include:
- Lumen 200S fluorescence illumination systems
- Brightfield LED illuminator
- HT1111LC stage for upright microscopes
- HLW20 well plate loader
- The motorised Z-Deck
The HT1111LC stage for upright microscopes is deal for high load and other demanding industrial applications. It can handle up to 100KG point loads and offers 108mm x 108mm travel and 1.5 micron repeatability.
The Brightfield LED illuminator claims to provide all the advantages of LED illumination in a flexible package that can be fitted to most modern upright and inverted microscope systems. Control of the unit is a choice of manual intensity control, TTL control or ON/OFF, eliminating the need for shutter mechanisms.
Designed for inverted microscopes and compatible with the Prior ProScan series controller, the HLW20 features a 20 well plate capacity and stainless steel racks for easy cleaning.
Meanwhile, the Z-Deck quick adjust platform enables users to increase their productivity by allowing them to image multiple areas of interest with speed and precision.
Prior Scientific has also announced that its new Lumen 200S Fluorescence Illumination Systems with high speed shutter control and Brightfield LED Illuminator are now compatible with leading software packages.
Prior Scientific announce the latest addition to their wide range of illumination products for microscopy.
Automated high volume slide scanning download
Prior Scientific's PL-200 Slide Loader Provides for Automation of High-Throughput Megaslide scanning on 2"x3" slides.
With the new release of Zeiss Axiovision 4.8.2 and Microtoolbox (MTB) 1.8.1, users of Axiovision can now select Prior scanning stages in combination with the Proscan III stepper motor controller.
Prior Scientific has brought out the Proscan III Microscope Automation System.
Prior Scientific has enhanced the PL-200 automatic slide loader, which can now handle 3 x 2in slides for high-throughput applications involving larger specimens such as brain slices.