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Key wavelengths for super-resolution microscopy to support improved resolution

The gem 640

The gem 640

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January 30th 2020

Stockport, UK: Super-resolution microscopy has its challenges and obtaining strong contrasting images is a major one. Laser Quantum, A Novanta Company, is now offering key wavelengths for super resolution microscopy, including 473, 532, 561 and 640 nm amongst others, to excite a variety of fluorophores.

A high-power output system, with all wavelengths available at 500 mW or more, such as the gem laser family, can support widefield illumination and the generation of higher contrast images. With an M 2 close to unity, the gem family supports direct fibre coupling solutions and sharper images.

The gem 640, the newest product to the gem family, launching at Photonics West, offers up to 500 mW of red light in a compact platform for easy OEM integration. For a demonstration, please visit Booth #1133 at Photonics West to see the gem 640 and speak to our experts about the benefits it can bring to your experiments.

For more information, please visit Laser Quantum – gem family








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