The Desktop Holographic Microscope uses a 405 nm laser as a light source to detect and analyze objects within a volume. Objects as small as 2 µm and as large as 2 mm can be accurately measured, imaged and counted.
Capture dynamic movement and time-dependent experiments.
Ideal for tracking moving samples through the depth of view.
Ideal for transparent and translucent fluid suspensions or dry samples up to several mm.
HD quality in 2D, 3D and 4D representations.
Work at lab or in the field
Live imaging of samples without any manipulation
No staining or prep work required
Minimal footprint in laboratory settings
No need to focus
Variety of Samples
Static Volumes of several mm3
Flow Cells to accommodate perfused solutions
Digital inline holographic microscopy in transmission
Intensity, amplitude, and phase images
Single source of 405 nm
Manual 2 axis x, y travel with 30 mm of travel
PC with Intel Core 5, Nvidia GTX or better graphics accelerator card
Gigabit ethernet port required in the host computer.
Swordfish, Octopus, Stingray software
Windows XP SP3, 32 or 64 bit, Windows 7, 8, 10
L x D x H: 180 mm x 220 mm x 233 mm, 5 kg
<2 μm (dependant on reconstruction plane)
<0.5 μm (dependant on reconstruction plane)
Field of view:
Up to 5 mm (depending on reconstruction mode)
2048 x 2048 pixels (hologram)
Image acquisition rate:
Real-time imaging: 16 fps (2048 x 2048)
Imaged object size:
From 2 µm to 2 mm recommended
110-240V – 50/60Hz