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Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopes

Nikon now has a confocal solution to suit virtually every research need. From the all-new state-of-the art A1R/A1 to the modular and flexible C series, Nikon can configure a confocal system that's ready to take on virtually any advanced research application.
C1 Plus
The Eclipse C1 Plus is a modular confocal system that gives you the highest-quality digital imaging with an ultra-compact and lightweight design. The improved scan head optics of the C1 Plus boost optical performance to 400nm and its bi-directional scanner provides faster image acquisition. The system also includes support for X and Y scan axes rotation and new laser options for improved control over laser illumination intensity.
As research demands continue to grow, the need for greater detection of even more spectral information has become necessary, especially when discerning very similar or closely spaced spectral colors. The innovative C1si Confocal Microscope System gives you a level of flexibility, speed and spectral capability not available in conventional confocal systems, with detectors for both traditional fluorescence and spectral imaging in a wide range of applications.
A1 series
The A1 is Nikon's powerful new fully-automated confocal imaging system, capable of capturing high-quality confocal images of cells and molecular events at high speed and enhanced sensitivity. Ideal for facilities with a broad range of users, the A1 has been designed with groundbreaking new optical and electronic technology innovations to provide unprecedented system quality and flexibility.
Livescan SFC (Swept Field Confocal)
Nikon Livescan Swept Field Confocal Microscope (SFC) enables dynamic live cell confocal imaging through an innovative new optical design that combines pinhole and slit scanning modes into one microscope. Slit scanning produces faster acquisition, while pinhole mode produces higher spatial resolution. Now researchers have the imaging power and flexibility to choose the scanning feature that best suits the application at hand.
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