The LDI-PRIME is a multiline, solid-state laser illuminator offering 4 laser lines across the visible with lots of power and a single fiber output. The unit offers feedback controlled output stability and up to a 100:1 linear dynamic range. LDI-PRIME is the ideal lightsource for any one doing low light level GFP imaging.
LDI-Prime Laser Diode Illuminator
The LDI-PRIME laser diode illuminator was designed specifically for those researchers whose work demands the 488nm laser. As this is a premium laser line, we combined it with a collection of 3 other lasers to cover the visible spectrum as simply as possible to give you the power and the performance you need at a price that you can afford. To keep it simple we also combined all the lasers into a single 400um fiber optic output.
See the technical product data sheet.
|High output power
Faster activation times in optogenetics and photoactivation experiments
Faster bleaching times in FRAP experiments
|Feedback controlled optical stability
|Quantitative imaging, ideally suited for ratiometric imaging
More repeatable optogenetics experiments
|Up to 100:1 linear dynamic range
|Ability to turn power down when needed and maintain stability and quantitative imaging
|4 laser lines across the spectrum
|Covers most of the standard fluorescence probes
|No user alignment
|Easy to use and maintain
|TTL and Analog control
|No need for software specific drivers
LDI-5 Laser Diode Illuminator
The LDI-5 is the big sister of the LDI-4 laser diode illuminator. Once again we listened to our users who asked for a paired down version of the LDI-NIR. The LDI-5 has increased power over her little sister and expands into the near infra-red with the addition of a 730nm line. This unit is also available with a 488nm laser for FITC/GFP and with a 577nm laser for TRITC/mCherry…or both!(0 reviews)
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The LDI is a multiline, solid-state laser illuminator offering up to 1000mW of output power via a multimode fiber at the price of a low power LED light engine. With feedback-controlled output stability and up to a 100:1 linear dynamic range, the LDI is the ideal light source for a wide range of applications including spinning disk confocal microscopy, structured illumination microscopy, FRAP, photoactivation / photoconversion, and PALM/STORM.(0 reviews)