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ProScan II Motorized Stage

Photonics.com
Feb 2008
Prior Scientific Inc.Request Info
 
For Zeiss Laser-Scanning Microscopes
ROCKLAND, Mass., Feb. 27, 2008 -- Prior Scientific said its new H117LSM ProScan II flat-top motorized stage is designed specifically for Carl Zeiss laser-scanning microscopes (LSM).

The ProScan II was developed in close collaboration with the development group at the Advanced Imaging Microscopy division at Carl Zeiss MicroImaging GmbH in Jena, Germany, Prior Scientific said, and is a new inverted stage specially adapted to Axiovert 200 and AxioOberver microscopes.

ProScanII.jpgThe stage seamlessly integrates with the MCU28 motor controller from Carl Zeiss and has been designed to work with LSM 510 Meta, LSM 5 Exciter or LSM 5 Live (for life sciences applications) confocal systems, the company said.

The stage is based on Prior’s H117 ProScan II flat-top design for inverted microscope stages. Following evaluation at Carl Zeiss MicroImaging, the H117LSM has been approved as an optional accessory to Zeiss' range of LSM solutions. A range of different sample holders is also available.

For more information, visit: www.prior.com; e-mail: info@prior.com

Prior Scientific Inc.
80 Reservoir Park Dr.
Rockland, MA 02370
Phone: (781) 878-8442
Fax: (781) 878-8736



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