Confocal Microscopes

A confocal microscope is a kind of fluorescent microscope used to obtain high-quality 2D and 3D images. The device is most commonly used to view cells and cell structures, but can be used to obtain an image of any 3D fluorescent specimen. Extremely popular in the scientific and industrial communities, it is typically employed in life sciences, material science, and semiconductor inspection.

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Built on a reputation of incredible stability coupled with superior optical technologies, the C2+ with its host of functions and various analytical capabilities is the perfect tool for a new microscope, or as a new accessory to a Nikon imaging system.
Andor Revolution XD Spinning Disk Confocal is a highly configurable and modular Olympus microscope that can expand and adapt to ever evolving research needs.
Thorlabs' Confocal Laser Scanning (CLS) Microscopy Systems are compact imaging modules designed to bring powerful confocal imaging tools within the reach of any research lab.
The A1 is Nikon's powerful fully-automated confocal imaging system, capable of capturing high-quality confocal images of cells and molecular events at high speed and enhanced sensitivity.
The Olympus DSU (Disk Scanning Unit) represents a breakthrough in spinning disk confocal technology. The DSU disk contains a pattern of slits that creates a virtual pinhole as the disk spins at 3,000 rpm.
Nikon’s A1R MP is a unique multiphoton imaging system featuring a fast, high resolution galvanometer scanner and an ultra-high speed resonant scanner that is capable of frame rates from 30 fps at 512 x 512 pixels to as fast as 420 fps in band scan mode.
The Opterra Multipoint Scanning Confocal Microscope combines the resolution of traditional confocal systems with the speed normally associated with wide-field imaging.
The Leica TCS SPE confocal is a true point-scanning, spectral system at an affordable price for fluorescence imaging of live or fixed cells.
The CellVoyager CV1000 provides renowned Yokogawa spinning disk confocal imaging technology in an easy to use, incubated bench-top solution for live cell imaging.
The FLUOVIEW FV1200 biological laser scanning microscope builds on renowned Olympus optics, enhancing sensitivity through new galvanometer coating and GaAsP detector technology. With the new IX83 microscope, the FV1200 is optimized for some of the most challenging live cell imaging experiments, implementing real time Z-drift compensation and touch panel control.
The FV10i-DOC and FV10i-LIV are the next generation of the FV10i. Its compact design can fit on a desktop or lab bench, without the need for a dedicated darkroom.
The Leica TCS LSI macro confocal is the first super zoom confocal that offers high resolution plus a large 16mm field of view for in vivo imaging.
Nikon’s A1 MP is a unique multiphoton imaging system featuring a high resolution galvanometer scanner. New 4 channel non-descanned detectors with higher sensitivity, reduced dark current and broad spectral range allow for real time unmixing of closely spaced probes for accurate and high-contrast spectral imaging.
Leica HCS A provides great flexibility for individual experiments and unbiased image acquisition. It ensures the necessary freedom demanded by high throughput research.
The innovative Leica HCS LSI application solution offers the flexibility to efficiently scale up in vivo assays: Aligned acquisition, automation and analysis quickly leads to reproducible, statistically relevant results at minimal effort.