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The Ganymede OCT line from Thorlabs includes the GAN610C1 and GAN620C1 complete imaging systems, both offering an A-scan rate of 248 kHz.

The spectral-domain OCT systems provide a new standard for high-speed, high-sensitivity 2D and 3D imaging of moving samples with reduced motion artifacts. They are available in both general-purpose GAN610 and high-resolution GAN620 3-μm axial resolution variants, each of which offers the same low roll-off and high-sensitivity performance as the other members of Thorlabs’ OCT family.

For both new systems, the user can switch between different A-scan rate presets ranging from 5 to 248 kHz to achieve an optimum balance between sensitivity and imaging speed. Users can choose to purchase a complete, preconfigured system, which includes a standard scanner with dedicated imaging objective, scanner stand, and sample manipulation stage, or to opt for a user-configurable solution where the customer chooses from a large selection of modular components.

Sep 2018

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