Self-aligning Raman Imaging Microscope

New generation of the confocal Raman microscope “alpha300 apyron” that can – thanks to the newly developed “AutoBeam” technology – self-align and self-calibrate. This substantially reduces the researcher’s experimental workload by requiring less user input, enhancing reproducibility and eliminating potential sources of error.

Faster Detection, Classification And Identification Of Microparticles

Revolutionary particle analysis tool “ParticleScout” for the “alpha300” Raman microscope series. It enables researchers to find, classify, quantify and identify particles quickly and easily and to find correlations between the physical and chemical attributes of particles.

New inverted Confocal Raman Microscope

Inverted Raman microscope“alpha300 Ri”, that combines the advantages of data acquisition from below with the established merits of 3D confocal Raman imaging. Raman Imaging is a powerful and versatile technique that can chemically characterize samples nondestructively and without labeling or other specialized preparation. The speed, sensitivity and resolution of the “alpha300” series are now available from a new angle. The new setup is directed in particular to research applications in the fields of life sciences, biomedicine and pharmaceutics.

Novel and Intuitive Operating Concept for Raman and Scanning Microscopes

New operating concept “Suite FIVE” with sophisticated features and hands-on control, enabling the researcher to move from setup to results with unprecedented ease. It offers advanced functionality, accelerated workflow and enhanced hardware control.

Raman Microscope

The “alpha300” series includes microscopes for Raman spectroscopy and imaging, atomic force microscopy and near-field microscopy. They all share a unique modularity that allows for single-technique solutions as well as correlative imaging configurations. Additional methods of analysis can be integrated with any instrument in the series at any time. The newly-developed “alpha300 access” microscope was […]