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Nikon Early Spring Sale is Now On !

This one will put a smile on your dial !

Significant savings are available on the following upright, inverted, stereomicroscopes and digital cameras.

Please contact us today for a quotation. Sale ends Monday 30 September 2019.

 

FN1 Fixed Stage Microscope Ti2-A/U/E Research Inverted Microscope
Ni-U Ni-E Research Upright Microscope Ts2R Research Inverted Microscope
SMZ18 SMZ25 Research Stereomicroscope Ts2 Routine Inverted Microscope
SMZ800N SMZ1270 Routine Stereomicroscope Ri2 Qi2 CMOS Digital Cameras

 

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RM5 Raman Microscope

Edinburgh Instruments has recently announced the release of the new RM5 Raman Microscope.

A compact and full automated Raman Microscope, the RM5 is suitable for analytical and research purposes. The truly confocal design of the RM5 is unique, and offers uncompromised spectral resolution, spatial resolution and sensitivity.

Edinburgh Instruments is a specialist in the research, development and manufacturing of state-of-the-art spectroscopic instrumentaiton for over 40 years. They are well reknowned for advanced spectroscopic systems for measuring steady state fluorescence, fluorescence liftime, phosphorescence lifetime and transient absorption.

For further information please contact us or read more.

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Bruker AFM Probes Promotion

Receive 20% discount when purchasing 10 or more packs of selected silicon probes, listed below. Take advantage of this great offer on Bruker's highest performance silicon probes, which have the tightest specs and highest consistency and data reproducibility in the industry.

VTESPA-300, TESP-V2, TESPA-V2, RTESP-300, RTESPA-300, FESP-V2, FESPA-V2, RFESP-75, RFESPA-75, ESP-V2, RESP-20, RESPA-20

Contact Christian Gow for a quotation today. Offer expires 30 September 2019.

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Solid State Illuminator for Colour Light Microscopy

The LIDA light engine is Lumencor's newest offering in a portfolio of high-performance, solid state illuminators for life sciences applications. It is designed from the ground up to work hand-in-hand with the latest monochrome cameras to generate RGB colour transmitted light images with unprecedented sensitivity, spatial resolution, speed and colour fidelity.

Conventionally, transmitted light colour images have been acquired using white light sources and colour cameras. However single-exposure acquistion of colour information comes at the expense of lower speed, less spatial resolution, reduced dynamic range and increased noise in colour cameras compared to grey-scale cameras.

The LIDA light engine integrates three solid state sources, including Lumencor's exclusive green luminescent light pipe, with the sophisticated control electronics required for high speed synchronisation of light output with camera exposure time. Transmitted light images are captured in one electroncially controlled high speed sequence.

Lumencor is excited to enable this synergistic combination of new illumination and camera technologies for histologists, clinical pathologists and anyone seeking improvements in the speed, sensitivity and precision of colour tranmistted light microscopy.

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New UV-Vis Spectrophotometer

Edinburgh Instruments has recently launched the high performance DS5 Dual Beam UV-Vis Spectrophotometer that measures absorption and transmission as a function of wavelength.

Designed and manufactured in the UK, the DS5 provides a modern, user-friendly and accurate UV-Vis spectrophotometer for a wide range of sample types and measurements.

Utilising a dual lamp and Czerny-Turner configuation monochromator, the DS5 features a compact, reliable and high throughput optical system which ensures impressive spectral performance. Additional benefits include stray light, baseline flatness, wavelength and photometric accuracy and reproducibility.

For further information please contact us or read more.

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