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New Basler Video Recording Software Available for the Basler PowerPack for Microscopy


Camera manufacturer Basler is now off ering a soſt ware solution to enhance the possibilities of microscopic imaging. Taking single images, recording videos, as well as image or video sequences, becomes very simple and intuitive. T e recording soſt ware even off ers camera


control features to improve image quality, to set up diff erent options for recording, and to use hardware trigger signals. Basler Video Recording Soſt ware enables the capture of slow-motion videos.


Basler AG www.baslerweb.com/VideoRecordingSoftware


New Precision Linear Motor Stage Family with Magnetic Direct Drive and Absolute Encoders


T e new V-508 PIMag® family of


high-dynamics linear motor stages consists of 18 models of compact linear positioning stages with high-force 3-phase linear motors and crossed-roller guides. T e V-508 family is off ered with 80 mm, 170 mm, and 250 mm travel range. Two motor options are available: ironless for the highest resolution and


smoothest motion, and iron-core for highest force, acceleration, and velocity up to 1m/sec.


PI (Physik Instrumente) www.pi-usa.us


Scalable Platform for Imaging and Spectroscopic Analysis of Nano-Objects with SEM and Dual SEM/Focused Ion Beam Microscopes


HORIBA Scientifi c announced four new detectors in its CLUE Series for scanning electron microscopes (SEMs) and dual SEM/focused ion beam (FIB) microscopes. T e CLUE (Cathodo- Luminescence Universal Extension) series is designed for use in materials science, mineralogy, geology, life sciences, and forensics applications.


T ey interface with any SEM, are fully automated, are modular for easy upgrade, and off er the widest spectral range available (UV-Vis-IR).


HORIBA Scientifi c, a Division of HORIBA Instruments, Inc. www.horiba.com/scientifi c/products/cathodoluminescence


New Generation of ZEISS EVO Scanning Electron Microscope Introduced


ZEISS is now offering a new generation of its high-performance scanning electron microscope (SEM): the new instruments of the ZEISS EVO family come with a variety of improvements regarding usability, image quality, and seamless integration into multimodal workflows. With its comprehensive range of available options, the ZEISS EVO family can be tailored precisely to require- ments in life sciences, material sciences, or routine industrial quality assurance.


Carl Zeiss Microscopy www.zeiss.com


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Andor Adds Dragonfl y 200 to its High-Speed Confocal Imaging Platform


Andor announced the launch of Dragonfl y 200. Dragonfl y integrates Andor’s industry-leading cameras with patented illumination technologies and optimized optical design to deliver image quality characterized by low noise, wide dynamic range, high resolution, and exceptional sensitivity. Up to twenty times faster than conventional confocal microscopes,


Dragonfl y is a highly productive imaging platform, with superior spatial and temporal resolution, oſt en revealing previously undetected information in microscopic specimens.


Andor, an Oxford Instruments company www.andor.com/dragonfl y


SEM Chamber Plasma Cleaning System


Rave Scientifi c introduced its new ibss GV10x plasma cleaning system to mitigate chamber and sample contamination. T e GV10x Downstream Asher’s ability to remove carbon contamination is superior to the traditional methods of contami- nation elimination. T e GV10x is an inductively coupled design. T is guarantees much less energy and heat on the sample surface during cleaning,


maintaining the true morphology of the sample. T e GV10x design works at low pressure, enhancing the down streaming eff ect of radicals.


Rave Scientifi c ravescientifi c.com/about-sample-preparation/plasma-cleaners


New High-Resolution Addition to Basler’s Microscopy Camera Portfolio


Basler’s Microscopy ace 12.2 MP camera delivers up to 15 frames per second and features the latest rolling shutter CMOS sensor IMX226 from Sony’s STARVIS line. This innovative sensor works with a new technology, using back side illuminated pixels, and offers very low dark noise of three


electrons, combined with a quantum efficiency of over 80%. The camera delivers detailed images even in low-light conditions.


Basler AG www.baslerweb.com/MicroscopyPowerPack


The High-Performance Apollo II™ Raman Microspectrometer from CRAIC Technologies


CRAIC Technologies introduced the new Apollo II


designed for routine research. T e Apollo II


UV-visible-NIR absorbance, refl ectance, and photoluminescence microspectroscopy and imaging.


a CRAIC Technologies 20/30 PV™ microspectrophotometer to give it the ability to collect Raman microspectra™, in addition to


features high sensitivity, high resolution, a broad spectral range, and rapid sampling times. T e Apollo II


™ is reliable, robust, and powerful. It ™ can be added to


CRAIC Technologies, Inc. www.microspectra.com


doi: 10.1017/S1551929517001328 www.microscopy-today.com • 2018 March ™ Raman microspectrometer,


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