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Where to Buy Fluorescence Microscopes

Fluorescence microscopy comes in various flavors and often offers high image resolution in all three dimensions. It is widely used in biological research and in medicine, for example. On this page, we also list suppliers of related equipment such as femtosecond lasers used for laser microscopes.

More general products: laser microscopes

Related products: confocal scanning microscopes

Related product categories: detectors and measurements, applications, vision, displays and imaging

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Fluorescence Microscopy
Related articles: fluorescence, laser microscopy

20 suppliers for fluorescence microscopes are listed in the RP Photonics Buyer's Guide. Both manufacturers and distributors can be registered.

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Do you have a femtosecond?

Light Conversion, UAB

Keramiku 2B
10233 Vilnius
Lithuania
web link lightcon.com

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ISO 9001:2015
fluorescence microscopes

Microscopy-dedicated femtosecond laser sources, CRONUS-2P and CRONUS-3P, cover applications in functional neuroimaging, optogenetics, and deep imaging using medium‑repetition-rate three-photon (3P) excitation and fast high-repetition-rate two‑photon (2P) imaging, as well as widefield and holographic excitation using high-power laser sources. The CRONUS series features robust design, automated group delay dispersion (GDD) control, and market-leading output stability.


All wavelengths.

TOPTICA Photonics AG

Lochhamer Schlag 19
82166 Gräfelfing
Germany
web link www.toptica.com

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ISO 9001:2015
fluorescence microscopes

Optical microscopes are used to study objects that are too small to be seen with the naked eye. This can be organic cells, semiconductor surfaces, or even single molecules. There are two different approaches in optical microscopy, either detecting near-field (SNOM) or far-field signals emitted by the investigated materials.

There are various methods for optical microscopy that utilize different light sources. For some microscopy techniques a simple white light source is sufficient, whereas more sophisticated methods require lasers as light source. Those can be single-mode diode lasers or multi-laser engines that deliver a continuous laser beam at one or several colors, some techniques rely on short laser pulses with femtosecond duration that can be provided by TOPTICA's ultrafast fiber lasers.


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Boston Electronics Corporation

91 Boylston St
Brookline, MA 02445
United States
boselec.com
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Bruker Corporation

40 Manning Road
Billerica, MA 01821
United States

Klar Scientific

1615 NE Eastgate Blvd.
Unit G, Suite 3E
Pullman, WA 99163
United States
www.klarscientific.com
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Power Technology Inc.

P. O. Box 191117
Little Rock, AR 72219–1117
United States

SPOT Imaging Solutions

6540 Burroughs
Sterling Heights, MI 48314
United States
From America:

Photon etc. Inc.

5795 De Gaspe Avenue
Montreal, QC, H2S 2X3
Canada
www.photonetc.com
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Outside America:

Becker & Hickl GmbH

Nunsdorfer Ring 7–9
12277 Berlin
Germany

Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH

Carl Zeiss Promenade 10
07745 Jena
Germany

Chromacity Ltd.

Livingstone House
43 Discovery Terrace
Edinburgh EH14 4AP
United Kingdom

Edinburgh Instruments Ltd.

2 Bain Square
Kirkton Campus
Livingston EH54 7DQ
United Kingdom

IL Photonics

511 Hashita
9955256 Beit Shemesh
Israel
www.ILPhotonics.com
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Lambert Instruments BV

5th floor, Leonard Springerlaan 19
9727KB Groningen
Netherlands

Laser 2000 GmbH

Argelsrieder Feld 14
82234 Wessling
Germany
www.laser2000.de
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Do you have a femtosecond?

Light Conversion, UAB

Keramiku 2B
10233 Vilnius
Lithuania
web link lightcon.com

E-mail:
(See the company profile page for additional contact information.)
ISO 9001:2015
fluorescence microscopes

Microscopy-dedicated femtosecond laser sources, CRONUS-2P and CRONUS-3P, cover applications in functional neuroimaging, optogenetics, and deep imaging using medium‑repetition-rate three-photon (3P) excitation and fast high-repetition-rate two‑photon (2P) imaging, as well as widefield and holographic excitation using high-power laser sources. The CRONUS series features robust design, automated group delay dispersion (GDD) control, and market-leading output stability.


Lightcore Technologies

10 Place de la Joliette
Atrium 10.4, Etage 6
13002 Marseille
France
lightcore.tech
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Optimal Optik Ltd.

Dayka Gábor u. 6/B
Budapest 1118
Hungary
optimal-optik.com/index.html
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Opton Laser International

Parc Club Orsay Université
29 rue Jean Rostand
91893 Orsay
France
www.optonlaser.com
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Prospective Instruments LK OG

Stadtstraße 33
6850 Dornbirn
Austria
www.p-inst.com
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SIMTRUM Pte. Ltd.

Blk 71, #06–03, Ayer Rajah Crescent
Singapore 139955

All wavelengths.

TOPTICA Photonics AG

Lochhamer Schlag 19
82166 Gräfelfing
Germany
web link www.toptica.com

E-mail:
(See the company profile page for additional contact information.)
ISO 9001:2015
fluorescence microscopes

Optical microscopes are used to study objects that are too small to be seen with the naked eye. This can be organic cells, semiconductor surfaces, or even single molecules. There are two different approaches in optical microscopy, either detecting near-field (SNOM) or far-field signals emitted by the investigated materials.

There are various methods for optical microscopy that utilize different light sources. For some microscopy techniques a simple white light source is sufficient, whereas more sophisticated methods require lasers as light source. Those can be single-mode diode lasers or multi-laser engines that deliver a continuous laser beam at one or several colors, some techniques rely on short laser pulses with femtosecond duration that can be provided by TOPTICA's ultrafast fiber lasers.


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