TOPTICA’s laser combiner engine iChrome CLE includes 4 laser so

  • TOPTICA’s laser pointer combiner engine iChrome CLE includes 4 laser sources in one compact container. presenting 405, 488, 561 and 640 nm with up to 20 mW each, the iChrome CLE is a brilliant laser mild supply for microscopy, specifically optimized for confocal microscopy. The mixture of those colorations enables excitation of nearly all of general fluorophores with only one entirely integrated equipment. The small footprint, low heat load and low vigour consumption make the iChrome CLE very economic and straightforward to integrate.

    All wavelengths of the iChrome CLE are controllable by the use of a unified user interface analog and digital inputs, in addition to RS232 and Ethernet. TOPTICA additionally provides a able-to-expend, consumer-affable control utility and a magnificent command set for full OEM integration. The multi-laser system features wonderful modulation capabilities up to 1 MHz analog and digital modulation frequency. TOPTICA’s automated alignment method COOLAC ensures an easy plug & play installation and an unsurpassed balance over the equipment’s lifetime.

    The iChrome CLE is the primary all-diode real laser pointer combiner, including a diode-primarily based 561 nm FDDL Frequency Doubled Diode Laser laser supply. This pleasing design ensures similar modulation conduct for all laser traces. complete-Off is one other talents of this all-diode design, considering it guarantees that all lasers together with the 561 nm line do not emit any residual gentle in the ”Off” state – despite the fact that modulated at 1 MHz.

    The iChrome CLE is the third member of TOPTICA’s “iChrome” product line. This portfolio contains the compact and economic iChrome CLE with four pre-defined hues, the iChrome MLE with 4 selectable colours, as well because the iChrome SLE that integrates as much as 8 exchangeable colors. All iChrome methods have a unified person interface, pleasing modulation knowledge and an automatic alignment algorithm. they're optimum tools for a broad range of biophotonics purposes, together with microscopy, circulation-cytometry and excessive-content screening.