• Intensify Your Camera
  • HiCAM
  • LIFA

LIFA microscope attachments provide a high performance, fast and user-friendly fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM). Offering solutions for a range of microscopy techniques including widefield, multi-beam confocal, hyperspectral and TIRF.

Gated intensified high-speed imaging systems for high-speed and low light level imaging. Applications include situations in which the object itself emits light; such as combustion processes (flames and turbines) or dynamic phenomena in living cells that emit light.

Imaging products for low light level applications, such as image intensifiers, special multi-stage intensifiers, cooled intensifiers, intensified high-speed cameras, intensified spectroscopy and intensified CCD cameras.

LIFA

Fast frequency-domain fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy system compatible with widefield fluorescence microscopes.
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HiCAM

Gated intensified high-speed camera that combines high-speed imaging with increased light sensitivity.
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TRiCAM

Intensified CCD camera for applications that require low-light imaging, ultra-short exposures and frequency-domain imaging.
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TRiCAM

Compact intensified CCD camera for fast frequency-domain fluorescence lifetime imaging.
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HiCATT

High-speed camera attachment that enables low-light imaging applications at high frame rates.
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TRiCATT G

Image intensifier camera attachment ideal for experiments that require low-light imaging, ultra-short exposures or frequency-domain imaging.
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News

FLIM-FRET Workshop in Glasgow

Lambert Instruments invites you to register for the FLIM-FRET workshop on September 3 and 4 at the Beatson Institute for Cancer Research in Glasgow. The event is hosted by the Beatson Advanced Imaging Resource and will be suitable for all levels of experience.

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Presentation at Photonics Event 2014

Join us at Photonics Event 2014 for our talk about in-vivo imaging of a beating zebrafish heart with an intensified high-speed camera. For more information and registration, please visit the Photonics Event 2014 website.

Application note: Time-resolved fluorescence in the analysis of edible oils

Taotao Mu at the Beijing Institute of Technology used a TRiCAM to make contour diagrams of the time-resolved fluorescence intensities of different kinds of edible oils. This method greatly improves the identification capabilities and outperforms traditional fluorescence analysis.

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Events

Tuesday 26 August, 2014 - Friday 29 August, 2014
ICO-23 (Spain)
Santiago de Compostella
Wednesday 3 September, 2014 - Thursday 4 September, 2014
FLIM-FRET workshop UK (Glasgow)
Beatson Institute, Glasgow, UK

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Oosteinde 16, 9301ZP Roden
The Netherlands
+31 50 501 8461

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