NIGHTSEA SFA Barrier Filter

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Short Description
  • The interchangeable NIGHTSEA Barrier Filters are used with the NIGHTSEA SFA Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter. They attach over the microscope's objectives to block reflected excitation light and transmit only the fluorescence. This ensures maximum detail and contrast is maintained in the microscope's image.

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Product Overview
  • The interchangeable NIGHTSEA Barrier Filters are used with the NIGHTSEA SFA Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter. A NIGHTSEA Barrier Filter attaches over the microscope's objectives magnetically to the NIGHTSEA ring adapter, and blocks reflected excitation light and transmits only the fluorescence. Without a barrier filter, only very bright fluorescing areas will be visible, with the reflected excitation light overwhelming much of the detail.

    The magnetic attachment of the NIGHTSEA Barrier Filter to the NIGHTSEA ring adapter makes it easy to switch between different excitation and emission combinations. Each NIGHTSEA Barrier Filter is colour coded to aid in matching it to the corresponding excitation Light Head and viewing Filter Shield.

    A NIGHTSEA Barrier Filter is included in each Add-On Light and Filter Set, and they are supplied here separately if additional Barrier Filters are required.

Specification
  • NIGHTSEA Excitation Lights and Emission Filters Specifications

    Colour Code Filter Set Excitation Emission Fluorophores
    Dark Blue Royal Blue (RB) 440 - 460 nm 500nm LP GFP, eGFP, fluorescein,...
    Purple with "GO" Green Only (GO) 440 - 460 nm 500 - 560 nm BP GFP, eGFP, fluorescein,...
    Light Blue Cyan (CY) 490 - 515 nm 550 nm LP YFP, Venus,...
    Green Green (GR) 510 - 540 nm 600 nm LP DsRed, dTomato,...
    Purple Violet (VI) 400 - 415 nm 460 nm LP CFP,...
    Purple/Black Ultraviolet (UV) 360 - 380 nm 415 nm LP CFP,...
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What customers think

  • I am very happy with the Nightsea, it serves its purpose for us well in genotyping/phenotyping Drosophila larvae expressing fluorescent proteins. A fraction of the cost of a conventional fluorescence dissecting microscope
    Richard Ribchester, School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Edinburgh
    Richard Ribchester, School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Edinburgh

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