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Olympus Europa Holding GmbH
Wendenstrasse 14 - 18
Hamburg, Germany

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Olympus Europa Holding GmbH
Wendenstrasse 14 - 18
Hamburg  20097   Germany
Phone: +49 40 23773-0
FAX: +49 40 233765
http://www.microscopy.olympus.eu
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Imaging Software seamlessly controls motorized hardware.

Imaging Software seamlessly controls motorized hardware.

Olympus Europa Holding GmbH    Hamburg, 20097
Jun 05, 2014 Able to facilitate setup of complex acquisition sequences and protocols, cellSens v1.11 features GEM interface that lets user draw their experimental schematic on-screen with drag-and-drop actions. Interface capabilities also cover control of motorized stages, enabling automation of multi-position experiments. Providing insights into biological processes, features include online ratiometric analysis, real-time results delivery, and control of rapid focusing devices for 3D applications.
Multiphoton Microscope  offers deep-imaging solution.

Multiphoton Microscope offers deep-imaging solution.

Olympus Europa Holding GmbH    Hamburg, 20097
Sep 25, 2013 Designed for electrophysiology and optogenetics studies, Olympus FluoView FVMPE-RS combines resonance scanner with galvanometer scanner, capturing 512 x 32 images at 438 fps as well as 512 x 512 full-frame images at 30 fps without any reduction in field of view. System offers 4-axis auto-alignment capability, and multiphoton excitation at wavelengths of 1,300 nm, with ability to support wavelengths up to 1,600 nm. Objectives with working distances of 2, 4, or 8 mm deliver super-deep imaging.
Optical Modules enhance live cell imaging performance.

Optical Modules enhance live cell imaging performance.

Olympus Europa Holding GmbH    Hamburg, 20097
Aug 26, 2013 Extending capabilities of customizable IX3 inverted microscope frame, interchangeable optical modules promote usability and accuracy via motorized components. Swappable deck design allows modules to be exchanged into accessible infinite light path, adapting microscope to user requirements. Functionality provided by these modules fosters optimization for range of live cell imaging applications, including in-vitro fertilization.

Modular Incubators meet live cell imaging workflow needs.

Modular Incubators meet live cell imaging workflow needs.

Olympus Europa Holding GmbH    Hamburg, 20097
Jun 20, 2013 Allowing for precise environmental condition control as well as remote monitoring for advanced live cell imaging, cellVivo flexible incubation system is fully adaptable for basic and high-end IX3 microscope systems. Enclosure types, which act as base incubator box, are available in models from light-shielded with safely laser-lock to standard plain transparent enclosure. Incubator is accessible with one hand, allowing user to simultaneously handle incubator and their specimens.
Confocal Laser Scanning Microscope minimizes phototoxicity.

Confocal Laser Scanning Microscope minimizes phototoxicity.

Olympus Europa Holding GmbH    Hamburg, 20097
Dec 05, 2012 Suited for life science applications such as FRAP, FLIP, and photo-activation, FluoView FV1200 boosts sensitivity of laser scanning microscopy with living cells or unstable fluorophores. System combines accuracy of IX83 frame with fluorescence sensitivity and simultaneous laser stimulation of cells. Reflective, silver-coated galvanometer scanning mirrors and dual-channel GaAsP FluoView PMT module maximize light transfer and detection, allowing for laser power reduction.
Microscopy Imaging Software aids materialographic analysis.

Microscopy Imaging Software aids materialographic analysis.

Olympus Europa Holding GmbH    Hamburg, 20097
Nov 19, 2012 OLYMPUS Stream v1.8 has automated multiple stage location engine and document storage feature with filters, free text search, and automatic image saving. Software can measure material porosity, especially in steel castings. Throwing power feature measures distribution of copper plating thickness, while particle distribution measurement supports size, shape, and color histograms. Measurement toolbar can include tools for calculating asymmetries, throat thickness, and multiple distances.
Inverted Research Microscopes feature open access light path.

Inverted Research Microscopes feature open access light path.

Olympus Europa Holding GmbH    Hamburg, 20097
Sep 27, 2012 Designed for live cell imaging and clinical analysis, IX3 Series includes fully automated Model IX83 for high-end research; Model IX73, which can be configured in manual, semi-motorized, or motorized modes; and Model IX53 with fluorescent capabilities for examination of tissue samples. Models IX73 and IX83 have swappable deck design, which allows optical modules to be slipped in and out as needed, including magnification changers, filter turrets, and right side port.

CLSM Software optimizes material science imaging, analysis.

Olympus Europa Holding GmbH    Hamburg, 20097
Sep 18, 2012 Compatible with Windows 7, 64-bit operation, LEXT OLS4000 Confocal Laser Scanning Microscope (CLSM) Software v2.2 includes 3D multilayer function that can measure transparent layers, allowing accurate measurement and subsequent analysis of multiple layers within single sample. CLSM design of LEXT OLS4000 facilitates non-contact measurement of surface roughness, thus maintaining sample integrity while obtaining dimensions of micro-geometries.

TIRF Objective Lens features numerical aperture of 1.7.

Olympus Europa Holding GmbH    Hamburg, 20097
Jul 30, 2012 Utilizing special sapphire glass in combination with low auto-fluorescence immersion oil, NA 1.7 APON100×HOTIRF enables imaging of intracellular molecules. Objective also provides optical performance required for super resolution applications and Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence (TIRF) co-localization studies, with extremely high spatial resolution generated by thin optical slices at surface of specimen. With magnification of 100X, objective is also suited for in-vitro TIRF microscopy.
Objective Lens images 8 mm deep into biological samples.

Objective Lens images 8 mm deep into biological samples.

Olympus Europa Holding GmbH    Hamburg, 20097
Apr 30, 2012 With 8 mm working distance, 0.9 NA, and correction collar, XLSLPLN25XSVMP SCALEVIEW 25x objective lens enables deep imaging of tissues without requiring potentially damaging micro-dissections. Product works with SCALEVIEW-A2 clearing reagent and enables crisp, clear imaging of structures, such as neurons. When used with FluoView FV1000MPE multiphoton microscope, lens lets users obtain complete system that avoids occurrence of artifacts due to slicing.


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