The Mono Fiber-optic Cannula is an assembly of a bare optical fiber, a fiber ferrule and a receptacle or a sleeve.###: Corresponds to the fiber length specified in the ordering code generator section.
The Optogenetically Synchronized Fluorescence Microscope or OSFM, combines fluorescence imaging and optogenetic stimulation/inhibition capabilities within the miniature fluorescence microscope.
The 1x1 Fiber-optic Rotary Joint is the basic and the most popular type of rotary joints. It can either transmit the light from the sources to the sample and/or from the sample to a photodetector.
Doric miniature Connectorized Laser Diode Modules have FC receptacles compatible with FC connectorized multimode optical fibers having 50 µm or larger core diameters and at least 0.22 NA.
The 1x2 Fiber-optic Rotary Joints are used to divide the light coming from a single input optical fiber on a fixed side to two output optical fibers on a rotating side.
To simplify the implantation of the cannula and maintain the precision, we have developed a Stereotaxic Cannula Holder for attaching our cannulas to the stereotaxic arm.
Doric Connectorized LEDs couple high brightness LEDs into an FC receptacle compatible with an FC connectorized fiber-optic patch cord. Each Connectorized LED is actively aligned for optimum output power and its optical design provides the maximum fiber-coupling efficiency into multimode optical fibers.
Doric programmable LED Drivers are available in 1-, 2-, and 4-channel versions. When connected to a Connectorized LED having an eprom memory, the LED Driver recognizes the LED wavelength and automatically sets the maximum current value to avoid accidental overdriving.