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 to 5,600 rpm. Designed to optimize the trade-off between confocality and light throughput, the DSU uses the MT10 or MT20 illumination systems for maximum excitation wavelength flexibility at a reasonable cost Resolution Enhancement The DSU offers cost-efficient, semi-confocal image observation with a cooled CCD or EMCCD camera and one of the illumination systems: MT10 or MT20. This removes blur, enhances resolution and yields clear, continuous, cross-sectioned images.The DSU is compatible with inverted and upright Olympus microscopes of the IX2 and BX2 series and the water-immersion BX61WI ele...Read more
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