LabSmith SVM340 Synchronized Video Microscope
New!: 5MP USB3 mono, colour or EPI fluorescense cameras.
SVM340 Synchronized Inverted Video Microscope
The LabSmith SVM340 is a research-grade, inverted fluorescence video microscope for microfluidics and microbiology. The SVM340 microscope excels precisely where it counts: getting high-quality experimental data onto a hard drive. Extensive filter, camera, illumination and objectives options let you tailor the system for your research. Motorized traverse and focus, and software-configurable image-based "soft triggers" make the SVM340 perfect for µTAS prototypes and miniature process automation.
- Chose between 1 MPixel USB2 or 5Mpixel USB3 Monochrome or Color camera options
- Choose between brighfield or EPI-fluorscence camera modules
- High-contract Chroma interference fluorescence filter sets
- 10X DIN objective included
- Synchronous pulsed illuminator fights blur and photo-bleaching
- Inverted microscope configuration
- Fixed stage for unperturbed microsystems
- Simple coordination with external apparatus.
- Auto-acquisition with multiple triggering modes
- Time lapse capability
- Lossless recording to disk with post-save and instant replay
- Particle Image Velocimetry probes
- Intensity measurement and profiling
EPI-Fluorescence camera module
The SVM340 is delivered with a monochrome or colour camera module for use with the included ring LED illuminator module. The 4-channel ring illuminator is available with 3 blue, green or red channels and one white channel. Custom modules with any colour combinaltion are available.
The sealed, self-contained EPI module includes a camera, a high-power LED and an excitation/emission interference filter set, matched to blue/green or green/orange fluophores. Custom filter/LED combinations are available on request.
The 5MP EPI camera module is ideal for low speed or static applications that that require precise wavelength discrimination, improved signal-to-noise ratio, and quantitative intensity measurements, including microfluidics and biological applications such as cell imaging. Epifluorescence capabilities let researchers visualize and record flows using greater selectivity, limits of detection, and resolution.
Multiple software control options
The SVM340 is controlled by the stand-alone uScope software or by LabView with the VI Library included with the instrument.
The SVM340 can also be controlled through the LabSmith uProcess flow automation software, which includes a plug-in for automated control of the SVM340. With uProcess, you can write sequences to control SVM340 stage position, illumination, snapshots, and videos. When used in combination with the uProcess automated fluid handling devices (syringe pumps, valves, and pressure sensors), the uProcess software provides complete experiment and imaging control.
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