QV2 Multi-Channel Imaging System

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QV2 Multi-Channel Imaging System
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The QV2 allows simultaneous acquisition of up to four emission channels in a single exposure. It uses a series of beamsplitters to split the emission light from the microscope into four separate channels. Each channel is then projected onto one quadrant of the CCD at exactly the same moment in time. Simultaneous multichannel imaging is essential to achieve quantitative ratiometric imaging. QV2 Multi-Channel Imaging System Features: Simultaneous acquisition of up to four images Can split the emission by wavelength, polarization, or amplitude Easily mounts to most microscopes Uses standard 25-mm-diameter emission and polarization filters Bypass mode permits no-hassle, full FOV imaging Removable filter cube makes configuring different experiments simple Precision optical and...Read more

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The QV2 allows simultaneous acquisition of up to four emission channels in a single exposure.

It uses a series of beamsplitters to split the emission light from the microscope into four separate channels. Each channel is then projected onto one quadrant of the CCD at exactly the same moment in time. Simultaneous multichannel imaging is essential to achieve quantitative ratiometric imaging.

QV2 Multi-Channel Imaging System Features:

  • Simultaneous acquisition of up to four images
  • Can split the emission by wavelength, polarization, or amplitude
  • Easily mounts to most microscopes
  • Uses standard 25-mm-diameter emission and polarization filters
  • Bypass mode permits no-hassle, full FOV imaging
  • Removable filter cube makes configuring different experiments simple
  • Precision optical and mechanical design allows subpixel image registration and minimizes light loss

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