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H117P2NN Microscope Stage

Photonics.com
May 2011
Prior Scientific Inc.Request Info
 
ROCKLAND, Mass., May 12, 2011 — Prior Scientific Inc. has introduced the H117P2NN flattop motorized stage for the Nikon Ti series inverted microscopes. Although suitable for use in all high-precision biomedical and materials science scanning operations, it is specifically designed to assist the researcher who is doing prolonged live-cell studies.

The stage maximizes access to the nosepiece for correction collar adjustment. Miniaturized drive boxes occupy a fraction of the space of previous models and provide easy access to the nosepiece area of the microscope. Because all of the drive components are mounted below the top plate, the stage also provides easy access for micromanipulators, environmental chambers and robotic loaders.

It enables scanning via a broad range of sample holders, including microtitre plates, slide holders, petri dishes, well plates, flasks, hemocytometers and metallurgical sample holders. Stages can be driven by proprietary motor controllers or compatible systems in existing OEM configurations.


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GLOSSARY
microscope stage
The component of a microscope on which the sample or slide to be examined is placed. Depending on the design of the microscope, the stage may play a passive role of just supporting the sample or slide being viewed, or it may be moved as part of the focusing process.
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