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Compact, high-performance microscope camera

The new Digital Sight 1000 is an economical color camera solution that can directly display high-definition microscope images on a full HD display without the need for a PC. As with the DS-Fi3 and DS-Ri2 cameras, the Digital Sight 1000 can also be connected to a tablet PC to save space and simplify operation.


Equipped with a 2 megapixel CMOS image sensor, the Digital Sight 1000 can display, capture and save full HD, 1920 x 1080 pixel images at 30 frames / second.


For further information please contact us or download the datasheet.


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High Resolution AFM Imaging

The NanoWizard 4 XP Nanoscience atomic force microscope delivers atomic resolution and a large scan range of 100µm in one system. It enables fast scanning with rates of up to 150lines/sec and seamless integration with advanced optical techniques. A wide range of modes and accessories for environmental control, mapping of nanomechanical, electrical, magnetic or thermal properties, makes it the most flexible system available on the market today.


For further information please contact us or read more.

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Webinar : Cryogenic Sensor Installation Techniques

Friday 19 June, 12am, AEST


Interested in knowing more about how to correctly install a sensor in a cryogenic application and to avoid common installation errors ? Then be sure to join this webinar presented by Dr Scott Courts, Lake Shore Senior Scientist/Metrologist.

This webinar will cover helpful, practical tips on how to choose the right type of sensor and packaging for a specific application and then summarise best practices for minimising installation errors and ensuring superior thermalisation in a cryogenic application.

Topics will include:

  • Considerations for choosing a sensor (including resistance to magnetic fields, ioning radiation, UHV and others)
  • The role of packaging and adapters for shielding, mounting, stability and optical thermal contact
  • Considerations for sensor installation (placement, mounting method, materials, electrical connections, heat sinking, thermal contact medium, etc)
  • A look at the choices for fastening materials, wire leads, thermal mediums and adhesives


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WPI End of Financial Year Sales Now On !

The WPI End of Financial Year Sale starts today !


10% discount is available on all microdissection instruments and extends to a wide range of their instrumentation. It is a great opportunity to restock your labs as many labs reopen.


Download the Laboratory Equipment and Surgical Instruments catalogues.


For further information please contact Tim Watts.


Sale ends Tuesday 30 June 2020.

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Epithelial Volt/Ohm (TEER) Meter

The new EVOM3 from WPI delivers improved workflow efficiency, more stable and repeatable measurements versus traditional Trans Epithelial Electrical Resistance (TEER) meters. Providing users with vital feedback during experiment measurements, the EVOM3’s large screen offers a range of informational views. The new graphical displays for trend analysis and measurement values helps scientists deliver simple, stepwise methodology during experimental measurements. The touch screen interface provides users an intuitive, easy-to-use menu for configuration.



  • Low noise design offers greater resolution and accuracy
  • Automatic 20X sample averaging improves accuracy and stability
  • Adjustable fixed measurement currents (2, 4 or 10μA)
  • Resistance auto ranging from 1Ω to 100,000Ω or with three fixed current ranges
  • Reliable low current, low voltage design prevents metal ion transport
  • Fast resistance stabilisation on low levels under 200Ω with resolution to 0.1Ω
  • Ergonomic tilt stand for low glare operation

For further information please contact us or download the datasheet.

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