How TruSpectral Technology Works
Olympus's patented TruSpectral Technology improves spectral detection and brings new levels of total system transmission efficiency, enabling every system to be completely spectral. Watch now to see how TruSpectral works in the Flow View 3000 light path to improve your research.
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SPEAKER: Olympus' patented TruSpectral Technology improves spectral detection efficiency. See how TruSpectral works in the Fluoview 3000 light path to improve your research. The FV3000 microscope has an all-diode suite of lasers, featuring up to seven individual laser lines from 405 to 640 nanometers. Inside the scanner, the excitation laser beam is guided to the sample by the excitation dichroic and silver coated scanning mirrors.
SPEAKER: Emission light passes back through the scanner along the same path as the excitation light, passing through the excitation dichroic and up to the TruSpectral detector deck. At the detector, TruSpectral Technology employs a volume phase hologram to diffract light, with up to threefold higher transmission efficiency versus reflection gradings. A motorized, adjustable slit in front of the TruSpectral detector creates bandwidths from 1 nanometer up to 100 nanometers, giving users maximum control over the light they collect.
SPEAKER: The FV3000 microscope's TruSpectral Technology brings new levels of total system transmission efficiency, enabling every system to be completely spectral. With up to four dynamic ranges, bright and dim spectral signals can be easily separated by independently adjusting the sensitivity of each detector. TruSpectral Technology's efficient design enables the detectors to run in true multi-channel lambda mode for powerful yet gentle spectral imaging of both live and fixed tissue.
SPEAKER: The Olympus FV3000 microscope, the next-generation Fluoview for the next revolutions in science.