Vortran Laser microscope software performs common image acquisition protocols

Vortran Laser μManager microscope software

μManager software controls confocal microscope systems, allowing users to perform common microscope image acquisition protocols such as time-lapses, multi-channel imaging, z-stacks, and various other combinations of techniques. μManager works with microscopes from all four major
manufacturers (Leica, Nikon, Olympus, and Zeiss). It can be used with Stradus laser modules.
Vortran Laser
Sacramento, CA


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Vortran Laser Technology, Inc. Announces Compatibility with µManager – The Open Source Microscopy Software

Further expanding the capabilities of the versatile Stradus™ Laser Platform

SACRAMENTO, CA — August 5, 2011 — Today, Vortran Laser Technology, Inc., completed the verification of the Stradus™ laser functionality with µManager open source confocal controller software.  μManager is a software package used to control confocal microscope systems. The software is a key part to the research and productivity of many labs around the world.  It allows the user to perform common microscope image acquisition protocols such as time-lapses, multi-channel imaging, z-stacks, and various other combinations of techniques. μManager works with microscopes from all four major manufacturers (Leica, Nikon, Olympus and Zeiss).  The incredible flexibility and functionality of the Stradus laser modules allow it to function seamlessly with this software.  The Vortran Stradus-GUI™ software gives complete control of the laser to the user.  They can adjust power, monitor key parameters, and even perform custom program scripts.  The mating of these two powerful tools gives the confocal end-user complete freedom to push the limits of their research capabilities.

About Vortran Laser

Founded in 2008, Vortran Laser Technology, Inc. manufactures the highest quality laser products for biomedical, medical and industrial applications.  The company was founded by industry professionals with decades of experience.  The first of many product lines to come is the Stradus™ laser module line.  A fully integrated, compact laser system specifically designed to be the highest performance and reliability available in a laser module.  For more information about our products and services, send email to info@vortranlaser.com or visit www.vortranlaser.com.


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