Spectricon

LUMNIA-FLHS

lumniaFLHS
Digital, 6 - 20 Megapixel Camera
combined with superb optics offers unparalleled imaging quality.
Hyperspectral Imaging Monochromator:
able to capture 150 narrow spectral bands in seconds offering up to 20 million spectra
Zoom Optics:
Continuously tunning magnification up to X60 with just one objective
PolyLine Laser Ring
For real - time, multicolor excitation.
Long Working Distance Objective (3.4cm):
Emersion oil free, upright and inverted operation
Computer Controllable LED Illumination:
For both transmission and epi-illumination
Breadboard basis:
with multiple threaded holes for mounting sample manipulators and experimental tools
Touch-screen:
For image display and for system operation through a graphical user interface
Powerful Computer Unit:
Controlling and Documenting Imaging Procedures
 

LUMNIA-FLHS is a modular, long working distance zoom microscope. When coupled with the MUSES9-HS or HS 1700 cameras, submicron spectroscopy is enabled. The microscope is equipped with both broadband sources and multiple laser lines, offering transmission, reflection and fluorescence live spectral imaging and micro-spectroscopy.

LUMNIA-FLHS advances microscopy to a powerful analytical tool by merging together microscopy, spectroscopy and digital imaging.

Key innovations

  • Zoom optics for broadly varying magnification using a single objective-custom magnification ranges
  • 34mm working distance
  • Transmission and reflection broadband LED illumination, combined with polarized and dark field operation modes
  •  Fluorescence microscopy using up to 5 laser lines (selectable) (optional)
  • High definition color imaging
  •  Hyperspectral imaging in the spectral range 370-1100nm or 370-1700 nm (using the MUSES9-HS or the -HS1700 respectively) ,for sub-micron scale micro-spectroscopy(optional) 
  •  Slide position sensors tagging inspection point coordinates, enabling accurate localization the saved images (optional)
  • Software for image handling and processing

Indicative Applications

Non destructive testing, analysis of historic manuscripts, pigment identification, analysis of deterioration effects, art conservation, remote sensing, quality control, biological samples, microscopy.

NEWS & EVENTS


 

06-December-2020

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