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microscope accessoriesPrior Scientific Ltd. has announced a range of high-performance stages, focus motors and automation software for the Nikon Eclipse Ts2R research microscope.

For applications requiring highly accurate and precise XY sample positioning, the H117 microscope stage delivers top performance on the Nikon Ts2R over a travel range of 114 x 75 mm, with proprietary Intelligent Scanning Technology enabling users to further increase accuracy to 10-nm resolution with a mean repeatability of ± 0.2 μm.

The PS3H122R focus motor with a focus resolution of 0.002 μm. The ProScan III Control System allows Nikon Ts2R microscope users to control the entire imaging process from a single point. For users with specialist requirements, the ProScan III Control System additionally gives access to the acceleration, speed and drive current, allowing customization of system control.

Sep 2016

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