This driver has been designed for the Basic Snap-in and the Optogenetically Synchronized Fluorescence Microscope Bodies.
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This driver has been designed for the Basic Snap-in and the Optogenetically Synchronized Fluorescence Microscope Bodies. It allows for computer control over the excitation LED light source, image capturing and its broadcast at video rate to single or multiple computers via high speed Ethernet communication. It can be triggered or synchronized with external recording devices and it can trigger other devices.
|Computer requirements||Intel Core-i7, 8BG RAM, Gigabit Ethernet and Jumbo frame compatible|
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.
The Basic Snap-in Fluorescence Microscope Body is offered in two models: S or L. Both models have the dichroic beam-splitter, M3 optical connector, CMOS sensor etc. Each CMOS has a serial number stored within its cable that points to a specific set of mask correction filters recognizable to our software package.
For deeper brain regions (150 µm to 8mm depth) use the Snap-in Imaging Cannula Model L with image guiding gradient-index rod lens that brings the image from inside the brain to the skull surface. Snap-in Imaging Cannulas are compatible with all Fluorescence Microscope Bodies of the corresponding model.
For in vitro and head-fixed in vivo observations, it is desirable to have a microscope holder coaxial with microscope that fits stereotaxic instrumentation or micromanipulators.
For areas near the brain surface (<150 µm depth) use the Snap-in Imaging Cannula Model S. Snap-in Imaging Cannulas are compatible with all Fluorescence Microscope Bodies of the corresponding model.
The Optogenetically Synchronized Fluorescence Microscope or OSFM, combines fluorescence imaging and optogenetic stimulation/inhibition capabilities within the miniature fluorescence microscope.
Our vast product line allows you to assemble systems for miniaturized fluorescence microscopy, fiber pho-tometry and optogenetically synchronized electrophysiology. In order to help you implement these applications, we created an intuitive software which allows you to control the hardware and acquire all the required data...