H TS 250 FTNIR AUTOSAMPLING SYS TEM
The HTS 250 FT-NIR autosampling system
provides high capacity, high throughput
analysis of ground, pelleted or solid
samples using Bruker Optics’ Tango or
Matrix-I F T-NIR spectrometers. The 250
sample capacity of the HTS-250, coupled
with the capability to remove and reload
once samples on each tray have been
measured, allows continuous sample
measurement throughout the day, and
unattended overnight operation.
AUDIOLARM II® PIEZOELEC TRIC ALARMS
The industry’s largest selection of piezoelectric
whoops, warbles, sirens, beeps, and more.
Available in variety of voltages and output up
to 103 dB! Rugged panel mount products are
IP68 and NEMA 4X when used with optional
gasket. ISO 9001:2000 registered company—all
products made in the USA.
Floyd Bell Inc.
614-294-4000; FAX: 614-291-0823
LOW NOISE QCL DRIVER NOW AVAILABLE AS BENCHTOP
The low current noise density of
the QCL OEM driver (1 nA / √Hz
over 100 kHz) is now available in
an AC powered instrument— with
a touchscreen for easy, intuitive
operation. Lower noise translates to narrower Quantum Cascade laser
linewidth, stable center wavelength, and repeatable scans. In QCL
sensors, these improvements lead to higher sensitivity and lower
material concentration thresholds. Four models from 500 mA to 2 A are
available with variable output voltage up to 20 V.
FUJIFILM DIMATIX MATERIALS PRINTER DMP-2831
Inkjet printing, based on FUJIFILM Dimatix’s
MEMS technology, allows creation of
products like solar cells, displays, electronics,
RFID antennas, smart tags, DNA arrays,
smart packaging, and wearable electronics.
The DMP-2831, a low-cost, cartridge-based
piezoelectric inkjet printing system that
enables direct deposition of functional fluids, has been accepted as the
industry standard for the accelerated development of inkjet solutions in
electronics, displays, life sciences, photovoltaics, and other industries.
DISPIM FROM APPLIED SCIENTIFIC INS TRUMENTATION
Generate 3d volumes with isotropic resolution
(330 nm in all direction).
Axial resolution is 2× better than confocal or
spinning disk systems.
Acquisition rates up to 200 images per second
or 2–5 volumes per second (roughly 10 times
faster than spinning disk microscopes).
Achieve a 7–10 fold reduction in photobleaching.
Use conventional mounting and glass cover slips.
Applied Scientific Instrumentation
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