The Nuance® SNIR near-infrared multispectral imaging system is designed for use on microscopes configured for looking at modern fluorophores that emit in the near-infrared.
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The Nuance® SNIR near-infrared multispectral imaging system is designed for use on microscopes configured for looking at modern fluorophores that emit in the near-infrared. It also has a standard copystand/tripod threaded attachment point for imaging off the microscope. Applications such as remote-sensing, historical document analysis, and forensics can benefit from the system’s ease of use and high spectral resolution, as well as image quality.
The Nuance SNIR utilizes PerkinElmer’s award-winning solid-state tunable filter technology to acquire images anywhere within the 650 to 1050 nm wavelength range, and comes with software to build custom spectral libraries that enable characterization and quantitation of multi-labeled components in each sample. You can save datasets containing full spectral information at each pixel and export standard image files for visualization and publication. inForm® advanced image analysis software is an available option for trainable analysis and batch processing of user-specified regions across multiple datasets.
Disclaimer: For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
|21 CFR Part 11 Compatible||No|
|Detection Method||Fluorescence, Brightfield|
|Optical Imaging Classification||Brightfield, Fluorescence|
|Product Brand Name||Nuance|
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