ZEISS LSM 980 - Beam Path Animation

April 23, 2019
ZEISS LSM 980 with Airyscan 2 is your next generation confocal microscope for 4D imaging. In this video, see an animation of its unique beam path. The beam path design and every single component of your LSM 980 with Airyscan 2 are optimized to deliver the highest sensitivity and flexibility and up to 13 frames/sec for your experiments. Linear scanners illuminate your sample evenly for efficient signal collection during more than 80 % of the frame time. The special low angle orientation of the Twin Gate main dichroic beam splitter suppresses stray light and always gives you crisp contrast. You can even extend your emission detection range over the excitation laser line to make sure you collect all of those precious emission photons. Your LSM 980 directs emission light to the 3, 6 or 34 channel Quasar detector where all signals from your dye combination are measured. Match the emission detection bands to your labels with nanometer precision. You can acquire overlapping labels or autofluorescence in a single lambda scan with 34 channels and then separate them with Linear Unmixing. You keep your sample’s light exposure to a minimum and speed up your confocal imaging. With LSM 980, you use the enhanced quantum efficiency and excellent dynamic range of sensitive GaAsP detectors. Then add Airyscan 2 for enhanced sensitivity, speed and superresolution – and combine all imaging modes into one single experiment. Discover ZEISS LSM 980 in more detail: https://zeiss.com/lsm980 Download ZEISS LSM 980 Product Brochure: https://zeiss.ly/lsm980-info For more information on Multiplex Imaging, download the White Paper: https://zeiss.ly/multiplex-info
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