Andor’s Revolution family of microscopic products provide the framework for laser-illuminated microscopy solutions, including spinning disk confocal, TIRFM and photo-bleach and activation modalities.
There has been significant growth in the popularity of confocal microscopy due to the relative ease with which extremely high-quality images can be obtained from specimens. Confocal microscopy offers several advantages over conventional microscopy such as better imaging through the rejection of out-of-focus information, the ability to collect serial optical sections from thick specimens and the ability to control the depth of field.
In the case of TIRFM, extremely high contrast, low background images are produced, suitable for detection with the EMCCD iXon camera. Microscopes from Leica, Nikon, Olympus, TILL and Zeiss are supported.
Automotive LED drivers and controllers 29 January 2020, Future Electronics
ON Semiconductor has launched a new family of four devices that facilitate the high levels of performance and innovative functionality that vehicle manufacturers and consumers now expect from automotive ...
Read more...Image sensor evaluation kits 25 November 2019, Future Electronics
Ams has released the NanoVision and NanoBerry evaluation kits, which provide a ready-made platform for the development of innovative solutions based on the ams NanEyeC miniature image sensor.
The NanEyeC ...
Read more...VentoFlex modular LED lighting system 23 October 2019, Mimic Components
Visual Communications Company (VCC) launched its VentoFlex flexible modular lighting system. The system is made up of flexible copper clad laminate (FCCL) sheets with 90 CRI Luxeon LEDs. VentoFlex was ...
Read more...LED flicker, and how to prevent it 28 August 2019, Avnet South Africa
With the growing popularity of LED lighting, especially now that very cheap LED luminaires are coming to the market, flicker is becoming more of a problem.
Flicker, a repetitive switching on and off ...
Read more...Digital fibre-optic sensor 28 August 2019, Vepac Electronics
The DFS digital fibre-optic sensor series from Tri-Tronics is designed to provide reliable detection using plastic fibre-optic light guides.
The slim-line housing with protective lid will fit in a variety ...
Read more...All-in-one light pipe system 28 August 2019, Vepac Electronics
Bivar’s Zero Light Bleed adaptor technology, with built-in surface-mount LED, channels light directly to the lens, eliminating disruptive light bleed.
The all-in-one adaptor system is built with optimum ...
Read more...High-intensity colour LEDs 31 July 2019, Würth Elektronik eiSos
Würth Elektronik has expanded its LED portfolio with a particularly compact model family. The WL-SMCC series of SMT chip LEDs, available in 0402 and 0603 packages, is characterised by a full-surface lens ...
Read more...RGB LEDs for decorative lighting 26 June 2019, Würth Elektronik eiSos
Würth Elektronik’s new WL-SFTW and WL-SFTD series of RGB LEDs are targeted at accent and decorative lighting, optical displays as well as industrial applications. Thanks to their PLCC contacting design, ...
Read more...4,3” TFT LCD module 26 June 2019, iCorp Technologies
The RFE430W-AYW-DNN from Raystar is a 4,3” TFT display with a resolution of 480 x 270 pixels. It has a built-in SC7283 driver IC and supports an RGB 24-bit interface, with brightness of 500 nits, an aspect ...