DeltaRAM™ X microscope Illuminator

Quantitative intracellular ion research benefits substantially from using the patented DeltaRAM X microscope Illuminator. It uses a Random-Access Monochromator (RAM), which is based on galvanometers and capable of switching between any wavelength in 2 milliseconds.

A power supply, high-intensity xenon light source, DeltaRAM X monochromator, TTL shutter, and flexible liquid light guide are all included in the self-contained, whole illuminator known as the DeltaRAM X.

A simple analog voltage control is used to set the wavelength. A microscope adapter for the fluorescence microscope and a USB or PCI DAC interface, depending on the software the user will be using to operate the illuminator, are all that is needed to complete the setup.

Typical Cellular Applications

  • Ca2+ transients
  • Ca2+ mobilization
  • Ca2+ waves
  • Ca2+ oscillation
  • Ca2+ spikes
  • Ca2+ entry
  • Calcium
  • Potassium
  • Magnesium
  • Membrane potential
  • Capacitative Calcium Entry (CCE)
  • Mitochondrial Ca2+
  • Endoplasmic reticulum (ER) Ca2+ pool
  • Lysosomal Ca2+
  • Extracellular near membrane Ca2+
  • Molecular binding
  • Molecular interactions
  • Protein conformation
  • Gene interactions
  • Reaction kinetics
  • FRET
  • pH
  • Sodium


Key benefits of the DeltaRAM X Illuminator

  • TTL shutter
  • Couplers for all fluorescence microscopes
  • Millisecond wavelength switching (and scanning) microscope illuminator
  • Tunable wavelengths anywhere from 250 to 650 nm
  • Continuously adjustable bandpass
  • No alignment required and uniformity assured


Source: HORIBA Scientific

DeltaRAM™ X microscope Illuminator

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