iMIC Live Cell Imaging Solutions – Application-specific, complete, modular and affordable packages
November 12, 2010 – The iMIC digital microscope is the fastest, most precisely controlled scientific imaging platform on the market. With its modular concept it is the core unit of the TILL Photonics imaging packages; the best-value turnkey solutions for general fluorescence imaging and special applications.
State-of-the-art fluorescence imaging means much more than just a microscope. A range of sophisticated methods requires a variety of peripheral equipment, including highly sensitive cameras, fast stabilized light sources, lasers and special optical features.
TILL introduces six application specific packages. All can be upgraded individually and at any point to suit your own unique applications.
MICroscopy redefined: the iMIC Digital Microscope
The Multi-Color Fluorescence iMIC is a versatile entry-level package for fast time-lapse and z-stack acquisition. It is an affordable entrance to advanced applications, tailored for tight budgets.
• Simplified, photon-efficient, light path design for the highest sensitivity
• Ultra-stable light source for the best quantitative data.
The Structured Illumination System provides optical sectioning with advanced spatial resolution in addition to multi-color fluorescence imaging. This upgrade to the basic iMIC system will eliminate the need for lasers, thus reducing overall cost for your lab.
• Motorized grid with automatic switching to match objective NA
• Fast switching between Structured and Standard illumination
The revolutionary Andromeda iMIC Spinning Disk Confocal is designed for high-speed, high-resolution 3-D imaging with living cells.
• New optical design for vastly improved resolution when using 20x-60x objective lenses
• Higher excitation improving speed
• Perfect light management and camera synchronization reducing photo-toxicity
TILL now offers the basic TIRF and General Fluorescence iMIC System for high quality TIRF optics with a new and affordable pricing structure. It can be upgraded with a laser combiner for multi-line applications as well as with all other iMIC modules.
• No compromises on regular epi-fluorescence illumination
• Switch between epi-fluorescence and TIRF in <5msec
• Save TIRF angles in LA software for later use
The High-Speed iMIC System is the ultimate high speed acquisition machine that delivers up to 90 dual-color image pairs @ 125×500 pixels. Using the fast scanning monochromator Polychrome V, high speed camera and microsecond real-time control TILL Photonics accomplishes in two colors where others fail with monochromatic imaging.
• Switch wavelengths in ~1 msec
• LA software provides control over analog and digital I/O with sub-msec timing
Very exciting for TILL and the iMIC is the Small Molecule Workstation Tool Kit. This system allows users who have needs beyond the standard to individually build their own single molecule microscope based on the iMIC. In other words, Super-Resolution at a cost that is several times lower than its nearest competitor!
• Enabling single-molecule resolution by simultaneously acquired, two-color single molecule collection with photo-switchable dyes
• Locates and separates molecules as individual entities.
• Super affordable!
Meet with your regional sales manager at the Neuroscience Exhibition in San Diego, November 14th – 17th at booth #3117 to learn more about these systems and your options.
TILL was founded in 1993 as systems provider for fluorescence microscopy. From its very beginning TILL had placed its focus on the development of innovative, enabling technologies for the study of live cells. Setting out with a novel light source for ratio imaging and the first real-time imaging system on the market, TILL developed a novel, award-winning microscope platform concept, which allows integrating an unprecedented number of functionalities into a single instrument. Based on this technology TILL has subsequently become a provider for complete microscope systems, and the new TILL intends to step into these footsteps and plans to extend the platform concept in order to grow into a wide range of markets, both in basic research, screening and medical diagnostics.
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