Filter wheel deck by Prior Scientific

April 15, 2013
The HF108IX3 filter wheel deck from Prior Scientific works with Olympus IX3 inverted microscope systems.

The HF108IX3 filter wheel deck from Prior Scientific (Rockland, MA) works with Olympus IX3 inverted microscope systems. A compact, high-speed filter wheel option accommodates up to eight 32 mm diameter filters. The deck mounts below the nosepiece of the microscope to enable switching between wavelengths as well as viewing fluorescent images through the eyepieces of the microscope and the camera.

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Prior Scientific Introduces the HF108IX3 Filter Wheel Deck for Olympus IX3 Microscopes

Rockland, MA. - Prior Scientific is pleased to introduce the new HF108IX3 Filter Wheel deck designed for the Olympus IX3 inverted microscope systems. Simple cassette like insertion into the side deck of the Olympus IX3 makes installation quick and easy. The HF108IX3 provides a compact high speed filter wheel option which accommodates up to eight 32 mm diameter filters. The unit is mounted below the nosepiece which enables the user to not only switch between wavelengths at high speed, but also to see the fluorescent images through the eyepieces of the IX3 microscope as well as the camera. The HF108IX3 Filter Wheel is compatible with the Olympus ZDC (Z Drift Compensator) and is software compatible with all Prior Scientific products.

For more information on Prior Scientific, Inc. products or services please contact Prior Scientific Inc., at 800-877-2234 or fax 781-878-8736. Write to Prior Scientific, Inc., 80 Reservoir Park Drive, Rockland, MA. 02370, send an email to [email protected] or visit our website at www.prior.com.

Prior Scientific is the leading manufacturer of microscope automation equipment including high precision motorized microscope stages, automated slide and well plate loaders, LED and metal halide fluorescence illuminators, Piezo Z stages, motorized filter wheels, high speed shutters, custom and OEM electromechanical and optical systems.

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