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Confocal Microscopy Systems & EMCCD, sCMOS & CCD Cameras

At Andor, it matters to us that the products we develop make a real difference to our customers and contribute significantly to their research across Immunology, Microbiology, Neuroscience, Cells & Tissues, Pharma and much more. It excites us that our ground-breaking low light imaging microscope cameras, microscopy systems and software are widely used in papers published in high-impact journals like Nature, the Journal of Cell Biology and many more.

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EMCCD, CCD and sCMOS Microscope Cameras

Andor's range of high-performance imaging microscope cameras are suited to a wide variety of microscopy applications, from extremely challenging single molecule tracking to routine wide-field fluorescence microscopy. With an ever-expanding product portfolio, we have your application covered, whether your samples are fixed or living, large or small, static or dynamic.

  • Our market-leading iXon EMCCDs for microscopes are the platform of choice for an array of light starved microscopy applications .
  • sCMOS cameras allow you to radically upgrade the performance of your fluorescence microscope and is also the perfect detector for Light Sheet microscopy
  • Deep-cooled iKon CCD cameras are the best solution available for long exposure luminescence experiments
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ZL41 Cell sCMOS & Sona sCMOS

Unrivalled Confocal Microscopy Systems

Dragonfly, our spinning disk confocal microscopy system, provides an unrivalled combination of speed, sensitivity, confocality and resolution. Our BC43 benchtop confocal utilizes imaging technology from our award-winning Dragonfly confocal. BC43 allows for fast and flexible routine 2D/3D imaging from brightfield to confocal at the push of a button.

Applications ranging from single molecule to live cell confocal, TIRFM to whole embryo and thick tissue imaging all benefit from our system’s enhanced features.

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Photostimulation Tools for Microscopy

Our flexible and field-proven photostimulation tools are ideal for use across a range of applications.

  • MicroPoint, supplied with a patented compact, pulsed nitrogen pumped tunable dye laser, it is capable of ablation, bleaching and uncaging over a wavelength range of 365 to 656 nm.
  • Mosaic is the perfect tool for photostimulation applications such as Optogenetics, optophysiology, photobleaching/activation and uncaging. This patented combination of digital mirror device used with a microscope, delivers high speed targeting of complex light patterns to your sample.
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Imaris Microscopy Image Analysis Software

Imaris is the world’s leading microscopy image analysis software. Serving customers in all parts of the world, our team is dedicated to building fast, stable and intuitive products. Imaris specialises in intuitive workflows, combined with high performance rendering and processing, to help you reach your research goals quickly.

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Optical Cryostats for Microscopy

Our Microstat range of wet optical cryostats are optimised for microscopic applications where sample low vibration is critical for measurements and where short working distance lenses are employed.

  • Liquid Nitrogen (77 K - 500 K) & Liquid Helium (3.2 K – 500 K) temperature ranges available
  • Sample-in-vacuum and in-exchange gas configurations
  • Suitable for multiple applications
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Extensive OEM Solutions for Scientific Manufacturers

We offer a comprehensive range of customisable products for OEM and industrial use, enabling customers to integrate into a wide variety of configurations for existing devices and those in development. The experience and expertise of our design, manufacturing, account management teams ensures that you are in safe hands.

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Learning Centre Resources

The Learning Centre hosts a wide range of case studies, technical articles and webinars on various applications and spectroscopy techniques. Here are some key articles for further reading: