The PROGRES GRYPHAX® ARKTUR from Jenoptik is made for routine microscope applications, using a back-illuminated CMOS sensor made by SONY. This camera provides fast live images at short exposure times, brilliant Jenoptik colour reproduction at 2/3” sensor format with 8 MPix or 2 MPix record resolutions.
Scitech is proud to introduce the OS10-V3-4K Digital High Speed Camera by IDT.
Scitech has been appointed the authorised distributor for the CrestOptics range of products in Australia and New Zealand.
Image-Pro Premier by Media Cybernetics is a 2D Image Analysis software package that offers intuitive tools that make it easy to capture, process, count, measure, analyze and share your images and valuable data. The new Image-Pro Premier v9.2 offers 64-bit support, a user-friendly interface and a suite of 2D measurement solutions.
Photometrics, a manufacturer of high performance scientific cameras for life science applications, is proud to introduce the Prime 4.2 megapixel sCMOS camera.
Scitech has been appointed the authorized distributor for the Photometrics range of products in Australia and New Zealand.
The Retiga R1 camera is the latest addition to the portfolio of CCD Scientific cameras from QImaging.
Image-Pro Premier by Media Cybernetics, offers intuitive tools that make it easy to capture, process, measure, analyze and share your images and valuable data. The new Image-Pro Premier offers 64-bit support, a user-friendly interface, intuitive macros and app building tools, new and improved ways to automatically segment, classify and measure objects, and more tools for customizing your workflow.
B&WTek’s NanoRam is a compact, lightweight handheld Raman spectrometer and integrated computing system designed for rapid raw material verification.
The i-Raman® portable Raman spectrometer is a high resolution TE cooled fiber optic Raman System. It is the latest addition to the Raman Spectrometer range from B&WTEK, Inc. Combining high resolution with field-portability, the performance is comparable to large bench-top Raman systems and weighs less than 7lbs.
Microstar Laboratories produces a line of Data Acquisition Processor (DAP) boards, each with an onboard processor, memory, and a dedicated, multitasking, real-time operating system: DAPL.
The Microstar Laboratories’ DAP 5200a data acquisition board brings more real-time data acquisition and control applications within the scope of Windows systems. Its on-board 400 MHz processor substantially increases the real-time processing power of the top end of the DAP line. Real-time processing functions include smoothing, filtering, FFT, PID control, and responding to alarm conditions. The DAP 5200a can also scan high-speed data for trigger events in real time to capture pre-trigger as well as post-trigger data.
Applied Scientific Instrumentation (ASI) has developed a new form of light sheet microscopy. The Dual Inverted Selective Plane Illumination Microscopy (diSPIM) system utilizes two water emersion objectives mounted at 45 degree angles above the sample on an inverted microscope.
The Exemplar® is the latest addition to the line of miniature CCD spectrometers from B&WTek.
The Jenoptik PROGRES GRYPHAX® microscopy cameras are ideal for use in industry for quality control and controlling manufacturing processes as they are equipped with sensitive CMOS sensors for fast live images.
The PCO.edge sCMOS 4.2 LT camera is the latest addition to the portfolio of PCO edge sCMOS cameras.The PCO.edge 4.2 LT offers 4.2MP and is equipped with an innovative scientific CMOS sensor providing crisp images and precise measurements. It is designed for users who require highest quantum efficiency, best 16 bit dynamic range, long exposure times and extremely low readout noise.
The nanoIR2-s is the latest addition to the Anasys Instruments portfolio of award winning products that provide nanoscale probe based analytical techniques while providing high quality atomic force microscope (AFM) imaging.
The pco.edge CLHS sCMOS camera from PCO combines an advanced scientific CMOS technology sensor with an ultra-fast Camera Link High Speed interface for high data throughput. The pco.edge CLHS sCMOS camera with its data transmission rates of up to 1.1 GByte/s, is the perfect complement to the high data rates of the pco.edge family and is compatible with the pco.edge 4.2 & 5.5 sCMOS cameras.
The PROGRES GRYPHAX® NAOS 20 MP microscopy camera is the latest addition to the portfolio of Jenoptik PROGRES cameras made for routine microscopic applications. Using a back illuminated, sensitive, scientific grade 1” CMOS sensor, USB 3.0 interface and included software, this camera provides fast live images and is ideal for use in science, research and industry.
The NanoWizard 4 BioScience Atomic Force Microscope from JPK Instruments allows users to follow dynamic processes with outstanding resolution though an extremely flexible design.
CerePlex™ Direct is Blackrock Microsystem’s newest easy-to-use direct digital recording data acquisition system for neuroscience research. Combined with the CerePlex™ family of digital head-stages and the CerePlex™ analogue amplifier CerePlex™ Direct offers the best low-noise solution in the industry and outstanding flexibility for digital or analog head-stage test setup.
This article is dedicated to Terasense Group, Inc., our good partner that is truly keen on Terahertz imaging technology. They invented their unique way to capitalize on Terahertz waves capability of seeing through the matter and penetrating optically opaque materials. Terasense now successfully provides cost-effective customer-oriented solutions for a variety of applications in science and industry.
Scitech is delighted to be exhibiting at the 25th ISN-APSN Meeting which will be held in Cairns, Australia from August 23–27, 2015.
AIP 2014 Conference
7 - 11 December 2014
Manning Clarke Complex, Australian National University, Canberra
CAMS 2014 Conference
Wednesday 26 – Friday 28 November 2014
Charles Perkins Centre at The University of Sydney
CAMS2014 is Australia’s largest interdisciplinary technical meeting on the latest advances in materials science, engineering and technology. Including world-renowned invited speakers, an intensive scientific program featuring six concurrent streams, and exciting social events – this is the premium event of the Australian materials calendar.
...the ‘supercharged’ iXon Ultra 888, represents a massive 3x performance boost for the largest available EMCCD sensor, as well as the first USB3 enabled EMCCD camera.
The 14th Hunter Meeting is being held from March 25th – 28th at the Sebel-Kirkton Park, Pokolbin, Hunter Valley, NSW.
The Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Society, together with the Australian Nanotechnology Network, are pleased to present the 23rd Australian Conference on Microscopy and Microanalysis (ACMM23) and the International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICONN 2014), to be jointly held at the Adelaide Convention Centre, South Australia, 2-6 February 2014.
The 34th Annual Meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society is being held in Adelaide from 28 – 31 January 2014 at the Adelaide Convention Centre, South Australia.
Scitech is proud to be exhibiting at the Pathology Update 2013 Conference.
Pathology Update 2013 will be held at the Melbourne Convention Centre, South Wharf, Melbourne from February 22-24, 2013.
The 33rd Annual Meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society is taking place in Melbourne from 3 – 6 February 2013 at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.
The 20th Australian Institute of Physics Congress (AIP2012) is being held from 9-13 December 2012 at the University of New South Wales and will be the biggest and most diverse scientific meeting on the Australian physics calendar. This year the Congress is co-located with the 37th Australian Conference on Optical Fibre Technology (ACOFT).
Scitech is a leader in scientific imaging, spectroscopy solutions, nanotechnology and microscopy systems and will be participating in the ACMM 22, APMC10 and ICONN 2012 Conference in Perth, Western Australia from Sunday 5th to Thursday 9th February 2012.
Scitech is a leader in scientific imaging, spectroscopy solutions, nanotechnology, electrophysiology and microscopy systems and will be participating in the 36th Annual Meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society at Jupiters Hotel, Gold Coast, Queensland from Sunday 29th January to Wednesday 1st February 2012.