Analytical Technologies Singapore

Widefield hyperspectral imager allows the view of spectral analysis by providing complete spectral information for each and every pixel of a full resolution image. ​​

NIR hyperspectral microscopy covers the detection range of 850-1620 nm and is ideal for the spatial and spectral identification and measurement of fluorophores that emit in the second biological window. For example, single wall nanotubes (SWNTs) emission bands are narrow (~ 20 nm) and each band corresponds to unique (n, m) species (chiralities). With IR hyperspectral microscopy, it is possible to separate these species, with single SWNT spatial resolution on surfaces, in live cells (in vivo), and in vitro.

IR VIVO is a hyperspectral imaging system that uses first (NIR) and second biological window (NIR-II) from 900-1620 nm.

Read More: NIR(II) Concept

Instruments

*NEW* nCore™

Multi-Sensor : Hyperspectral Core Scanner

*NEW*ClaIR™

Infrared Microplate Reader
Excite your probes at any wavelengths to validate their NIR-II emissions

L-EOS™

Push broom infrared hyperspectral scanner

IRina™

In Vivo NIR-II Spectral Probe

IR VIVO

Preclinical Imager that uses NIR

V-EOS

Wavelength Range: 400-1000 nm

S-EOS

Wavelength Range: 1000-2300 nm

GRAND-EOS

Wavelength Range: VNIR (400-1000 nm) & SWIR (900-1620 nm)

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