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BD CARV II Confocal Imager from BD Biosciences - Bioimaging

ProductsBD CARV II Confocal Imager from BD Biosciences - Bioimaging
Company BD Biosciences - Bioimaging
Item BD CARV II Confocal Imager
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Description The BD CARV II Confocal Imager delivers high resolution CCD confocal imaging in an easy to use and cost effective optical package that fits on your existing microscope. High speed multi-point confocal scanning, combined with high quantum efficiency CCD cameras, minimizes photobleaching and allows real-time imaging and recording at up to 100 fps. A long life arc source coupled to the instrument via an alignment free light guide allows for full spectrum (360nm - 700nm) confocal imaging of virtually any fluorescent probe. Automation of internal multi-position excitation, dichroic and emission filter wheels permits fast multi-dimensional imaging of up to five or more fluorescent probes in the same sample.

  • Multipoint confocal scanning
  • Direct viewing and imaging of confocal and wide field
  • Full spectrum confocal
  • Automated filter selection
  • Fluorescence Recovery After Photobleaching ( FRAP) capabilities
  • Microscope compatibility
  • Application specific cameras
  • 3D Software Options
Info BD Biosciences - BioimagingBD Biosciences - Bioimaging
15010 Broschart Road
Rockville, MD 20850
USA
Customer Service: +1 800 245-2614
Fax Number: +1 301 340-9775
Web Site: http://www.bdbiosciences.com/bioimaging
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