Lambert Instruments BV

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Leonard Springerlaan 19
Groningen 9727 KB
Netherlands
http://www.lambertinstruments.com
31-50-5018461

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Specialist in applying image intensifiers for scientific and industrial applications including low light and time-resolved imaging. Turnkey solutions for high-speed imaging, fluorescence microscopy and fluorescence lifetime imaging.

Products

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HiCAM Fluo

High-speed intensified camera for fluorescence applications.
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HS540 Series

The Lambert HS540M and the Lambert HS540S offer simple and efficient high-speed imaging for scientific research, R&D, machine vision and other industrial applications.
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LIFA camera based lifetime imaging system

Complete system for Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscopy, fluorescence / phosphorescence
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Multi-LED Modulated LED lightsource

Versatile pulsed excitation light source for time resolved imaging
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TRiCATT Time Resolved intensifier Attachement

Image intensifier for scientific and industrial applications, gated / modulated
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TRiCAM

Compact Intensified CCD camera for scientific and industrial applications
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HiCAM

Gated intensified high speed camera with fiber optic image intensifier

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Bio&Life Sciences

FLIM camera system features a SPAD detector

LIFA vTAU is a camera-based system for fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM), particularly live cell applications, with up to 100 lifetime images/sec.
FIGURE 1. The last eight images out of a series of 12 [1]. Generation of one single droplet (0.003 s) containing Cy3-labeled DNA, captured with a frame rate of 4086 frames per second.
FIGURE 1. The last eight images out of a series of 12 [1]. Generation of one single droplet (0.003 s) containing Cy3-labeled DNA, captured with a frame rate of 4086 frames per second.
FIGURE 1. The last eight images out of a series of 12 [1]. Generation of one single droplet (0.003 s) containing Cy3-labeled DNA, captured with a frame rate of 4086 frames per second.
FIGURE 1. The last eight images out of a series of 12 [1]. Generation of one single droplet (0.003 s) containing Cy3-labeled DNA, captured with a frame rate of 4086 frames per second.
FIGURE 1. The last eight images out of a series of 12 [1]. Generation of one single droplet (0.003 s) containing Cy3-labeled DNA, captured with a frame rate of 4086 frames per second.
Detectors & Imaging

Combination of advanced imaging techniques brings new applications to light

Intensified high-speed cameras in combination with fluorescence microscopy techniques are providing new insights in multiple biomedical research fields.
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Fluorescence lifetime imaging camera by Lambert Instruments

The Toggel fluorescence lifetime imaging camera features a CCD image sensor that eliminates the need for an image intensifier.
FIGURE 1. Cells are labeled with Alexa488 and Alexa568 in a fluorescence-lifetime image, merged with intensity in grayscale, obtained using the LIFA frequency-domain FLIM system. The lifetime of the Alexa488 is shown and a clear decrease is visible where the Alexa488 and Alexa568 are interacting with each other (FRET) at the centrosomes (the microtubule organizing centers inside the cell that are required for cell-cycle progression through G1-S phase).
FIGURE 1. Cells are labeled with Alexa488 and Alexa568 in a fluorescence-lifetime image, merged with intensity in grayscale, obtained using the LIFA frequency-domain FLIM system. The lifetime of the Alexa488 is shown and a clear decrease is visible where the Alexa488 and Alexa568 are interacting with each other (FRET) at the centrosomes (the microtubule organizing centers inside the cell that are required for cell-cycle progression through G1-S phase).
FIGURE 1. Cells are labeled with Alexa488 and Alexa568 in a fluorescence-lifetime image, merged with intensity in grayscale, obtained using the LIFA frequency-domain FLIM system. The lifetime of the Alexa488 is shown and a clear decrease is visible where the Alexa488 and Alexa568 are interacting with each other (FRET) at the centrosomes (the microtubule organizing centers inside the cell that are required for cell-cycle progression through G1-S phase).
FIGURE 1. Cells are labeled with Alexa488 and Alexa568 in a fluorescence-lifetime image, merged with intensity in grayscale, obtained using the LIFA frequency-domain FLIM system. The lifetime of the Alexa488 is shown and a clear decrease is visible where the Alexa488 and Alexa568 are interacting with each other (FRET) at the centrosomes (the microtubule organizing centers inside the cell that are required for cell-cycle progression through G1-S phase).
FIGURE 1. Cells are labeled with Alexa488 and Alexa568 in a fluorescence-lifetime image, merged with intensity in grayscale, obtained using the LIFA frequency-domain FLIM system. The lifetime of the Alexa488 is shown and a clear decrease is visible where the Alexa488 and Alexa568 are interacting with each other (FRET) at the centrosomes (the microtubule organizing centers inside the cell that are required for cell-cycle progression through G1-S phase).
Microscopy

‘Fast FLIM’ speeds imaging of fluorescence lifetime

Frequency-domain FLIM systems obtain images in seconds, versus the minute-plus it can take with time-domain FLIM.
Software

Lambert Introduces Intensified High-Speed Camera

Lambert Instruments recently introduced an intensified high-speed camera, the HI-CAM. The HI-CAM images up to 1825 frames per second at lightlevels down to 10-4 lux.

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