The iBox Explorer™ Fluorescence Microscope enables visible to NIR
detection for in vivo imaging applications. The iBox Explorer monitors
tumor progression and tracks distribution of fluorescent markers. The
system utilizes a BioLite™ xenon multispectral light source and tailored
filter sets to allow for deeper detection of a broad spectrum of fluorophores.
Xenon is a very powerful light source to maximize illumination of samples.
New sCMOS Camera
The new Zyla 5. 5 megapixel scientific CMOS (sCMOS) camera is ideal for
research and OEM usage. Zyla sCMOS offers a 100 fps rate, rolling and
snapshot (global) shutter modes and ultra-low noise performance in a light,
compact and cost-effective design. Zyla achieves down to 1.2 electron rms
read noise and can read out the 5. 5 megapixel sensor at a sustained 100 fps
through a “10-tap” Camera Link interface. A highly cost-effective “3-tap”
version is also available, offering up to 30 fps.