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IMA is a hyperspectral global microscope delivering spectral and spatial information in the VIS, NIR and/or SWIR spectral ranges (400 nm - 1620 nm).
This system produces large maps (up to 1 mm x 1 mm and even more) of photoluminescence, fluorescence and electroluminescence, reflectance, and transmittance. Based on high throughput global-imaging filters, IMA is faster and more efficient than standard point-by-point or line-scan based systems. IMA is designed for both life sciences and materials science
Two models of the IMA can be offered:
|Spectral range||400-1000nm||900-1620 nm|
|Spectral resolution (FWHM)||<2nm||< 4 nm|
|Spectral channels||Continuously tunable||Continuously tunable|
|Spatial resolution||Sub-micron - limited by the microscope objective NA||Sub-micron - limited by the microscope objective NAv|
|Camera||CCD, EMCCD, sCMOS||Photon etc. InGaAs camera (ZephIR™ 1.7 or Alizé™ 1.7)|
|Excitation wavelengths (up to 3 lasers)||405, 447, 532, 561, 660, 730, 785, 808 nm (other wavelenghts available upon request)||405, 447, 532, 561, 660, 730, 785, 808 nm (other wavelenghts available upon request)|
|Microscope||Upright or inverted, scientific grade||Upright or inverted, scientific grade|
|White light illumination||Diascopic, episcopic, Hg, halogen||Diascopic, episcopic, Hg, halogen|
|Illumination options||Epifluorescence module, darkfield module (oil or dry)||Epifluorescence module, darkfield module (oil or dry)|
This product is manufactured by Photon etc.