Flow Cytometry is a technique of analyzing the properties and structures of cells circulating rapidly in translational motion in the flow cell, which can be measured by irradiating a laser beam to the cells and observing their scattering light and fluorescence. The equipment used for flow cytometry is referred to as a flow cytometer.
PD is used for measuring the scattering light, while PMT, APD, or MPPC are used for measuring the fluorescence. A high-speed CCD camera or similar devices are used for an imaging flow cytometer, which combines the functionality of a microscope and that of a flow cytometer.
Photosensor modules with an internal high-voltage power supply circuit and a cooler installed to the metal package photomultiplier tube. Efficient cooling was achieved by placing the cooler near the photomultiplier tube to reduce thermal noise emitted from the photocathode and a high S/N ratio can be obtained even at extremely low light levels.
The product lineup includes three types of output channels: 4, 6, and 8 channels that are selectable according to your application. Custom filters and dichroic mirrors can also be mounted as needed. So feel free to contact us with your own particular request.
High QE, High S/N
High QE, High S/N, High Gain
We have a variety of selections including custom-made products
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