Confocal Microscopy



The principle of confocal imaging is that light is only collected from the part of the specimen which is in focus.

Out of focus regions of the sample appear black, thus eliminating all unwanted glare.

Low light levels require the use of photomultipliers.


XDAS rangeDetector ModulesDetector ModulesCustomised HV Power SuppliesHV Power BasesLINX range
Photon Counting Modules




type


effective
cathode
dia. mm



cathode
type

spectral response
range nm

typical
dark
counts@
20°C

max
count
rate MHz



output signal



outline
drawing



data
sheet

P25PC 22  bialkali 280 to 630 100 s-1 100 TTL    
P25PC-16 22  S20 300 to 850 100 s-1 100 TTL    
P25USB 22  bialkali 280 to 630 100 s-1 100 USB    
P25USB‾01 22  S20 300 to 850 100 s-1 100 USB    
P30PC 25 bialkali 280 to 630 100 s-1 100 TTL    
P30PC-01 25  S20 300 to 850 100 s-1 100 TTL    
P30USB 25 bialkali 280 to 630 100 s-1 100 USB    
P30USB-01 25 S20 300 to 850 100 s-1 100 USB    
DM0016C 22 bialkali 280 to 630 50 s-1 70 TTL    
DM0087C 22 S20 300 to 850 50 s-1 70 TTL    
DM0089C 22 bialkali 280 to 630 50 s-1 70 USB    
DM0090C 22 S20 300 to 850 50 s-1 70 USB    

Analogue Modules




type


effective
cathode
dia. mm



cathode
type


spectral
response
range nm


amplifier
bandwidth
MHz



outline
drawing



data
sheet

P25A-11 22 S20 300 to 850 100    
P25N-02 22 S20 300 to 850  -    
P25P-09* 22 S20 300 to 850  -    
P30A-05 25 S20 300 to 850 30    
P30PVN 25 S20 300 to 850  -    
P30CW5-07* 25 S20 300 to 850  -    
DM0088C 22 S20 300 to 850 20    

* can be used for pulse counting, analogue detection or photon counting