NIR Microscopy

NIR microscopy

NIR Microscopy is microscopy for imaging in the NIR region. 

NIR microscopes are designed to "see" beyond what a standard optical microscope can image.  With special NIR optics, light sources and cameras, NIR microscopy is for imaging microscopic samples in the visible and the Near infrared region.  This means that NIR microscopes have features that make them superior to normal visible range microscopes:

  • Some materials are transparent in the NIR while being opaque in the visible region
  • Enhanced contrast of certain materials in the NIR region. 

For example, silicon is opaque under normal light but is transparent in the NIR region.  The interiors of silicon based devices can therefore be inspected without having to disassemble them.    

CRAIC Technologies offers a number of solutions for the NIR microscope.  These custom designed microscopes capable of imaging from the visible region all the way into the Near infrared.  They are capable of microscopy in transmission, reflectance and even fluorescence.

Learn more about NIR microscopy:

NIR Microscope Design

Uses of the NIR Microscope

UVM-1™ NIR Microscope

 
 
The lit microscope base is a trademark of CRAIC Technologies, Inc.
 
UV-visible-NIR microscopes, UV-visible-NIR microspectrometers and Raman microspectrometers are general purpose laboratory instruments. They have not been cleared or approved by the European IVD Directive, the United States Food and Drug Administration or any other agency for diagnostic, clinical or other medical use.

 

 

NIR Microscope

NIR microscope

The NIR Microscope is a microscope that images in the near infrared region. 

NIR microscopes are designed to "see" beyond what a standard optical microscope can image.  With special NIR optics, light sources and cameras, NIR microscopes can image microscopic samples in the visible and the near infrared region.  This means that NIR microscopes have features that make them superior to normal visible range microscopes:

  • Some materials are transparent in the NIR while being opaque in the visible region
  • Enhanced contrast of certain materials in the near IR region. 

For example, silicon is opaque under normal light but is transparent in the near IR region.  The interiors of silicon based devices can therefore be inspected without having to disassemble them.    

CRAIC Technologies offers a number of solutions for the NIR microscope.  These custom designed microscopes capable of imaging from the visible region all the way into the NIR.  They are capable of microscopy in transmission, reflectance and even fluorescence.

Learn more about NIR microscopes:

NIR Microscope Design

Uses of the NIR Microscope

UVM-1™ NIR Microscope


 
UV-visible-NIR microscopes, UV-visible-NIR microspectrometers and Raman microspectrometers are general purpose laboratory instruments. They have not been cleared or approved by the European IVD Directive, the United States Food and Drug Administration or any other agency for diagnostic, clinical or other medical use.
  The lit microscope base is a trademark of CRAIC Technologie's, Inc.

 

Ultraviolet Microscopy

Ultraviolet microscopy

Ultraviolet Microscopy is microscopy for imaging in the ultraviolet region.

Ultraviolet microscopy requires a special microscope designed to "see" beyond what a standard optical microscope can image.  With upgraded ultraviolet optics, light sources and cameras, ultraviolet microscopy is for imaging microscopic samples in the visible and the ultraviolet region.  This means that ultraviolet microscopes have features that make them superior to normal visible range microscopes:

  • Some materials are transparent or clear in normal microscopes but can be imaged with ultraviolet microscopes
  • By using the shorter wavelengths of ultraviolet light, higher image resolution can be obtained than with the longer wavelengths of visible range light.

One example is in imaging protein crystals: these microscopic crystals are transparent in the visible range but can be easily seen at 280 nm due to the strong absorbance of certain amino acids. 

CRAIC Technologies offers a number of solutions for ultraviolet microscopy.  These custom designed microscopes capable of imaging from the deep ultraviolet all the way into the near IR.  They are capable of ultraviolet microscopy in transmission, reflectance and even fluorescence.

Learn more about ultraviolet microscopy:

Ultraviolet Microscope Design

Uses of the Ultraviolet Microscope

UVtM-1™ Ultraviolet Microscope

 
The lit microscope base is a trademark of CRAIC Technologies, Inc.
 UV-visible-NIR microscopes, UV-visible-NIR microspectrometers and Raman microspectrometers are general purpose laboratory instruments. They have not been cleared or approved by the European IVD Directive, the United States Food and Drug Administration or any other agency for diagnostic, clinical or other medical use.

 

UV Microscopy

UV microscopy

UV Microscopy is microscopy for imaging in the UV region.

UV microscopy requires a special microscope designed to "see" beyond what a standard optical microscope can image.  With upgraded UV optics, light sources and cameras, UV microscopy is for imaging microscopic samples in the visible and the UV region.  This means that UV microscopes have features that make them superior to normal visible range microscopes:

  • Some materials are transparent or clear in normal microscopes but can be imaged with UV microscopes
  • By using the shorter wavelengths of UV light, higher image resolution can be obtained than with the longer wavelengths of visible range light.

One example is in imaging protein crystals: these microscopic crystals are transparent in the visible range but can be easily seen at 280 nm due to the strong absorbance of certain amino acids. 

CRAIC Technologies offers a number of solutions for UV microscopy.  These custom designed microscopes capable of imaging from the deep UV all the way into the near IR.  They are capable of UV microscopy in transmission, reflectance and even fluorescence.

Learn more about UV microscopy:

UV Microscope Design

Uses of the UV Microscope

UVM-1™ UV Microscope

 
The lit microscope base is a trademark of CRAIC Technologies, Inc.
 UV-visible-NIR microscopes, UV-visible-NIR microspectrometers and Raman microspectrometers are general purpose laboratory instruments. They have not been cleared or approved by the European IVD Directive, the United States Food and Drug Administration or any other agency for diagnostic, clinical or other medical use.

 

 

 

Ultraviolet Microscope

Ultraviolet Microscope

The Ultraviolet Microscope is a microscope that can image in the ultraviolet region. 

Ultraviolet microscopes are designed to "see" beyond what a standard optical microscope can image.  With upgraded ultraviolet optics, light sources and cameras, ultraviolet microscopes can image microscopic samples in the visible and the ultraviolet region.  This means that ultraviolet microscopes have features that make them superior to normal visible range microscopes:

  • Some materials are transparent or clear in normal microscopes but can be imaged with ultraviolet microscopes
  • By using the shorter wavelengths of ultraviolet light, higher image resolution can be obtained than with the longer wavelengths of visible range light.

One example is in imaging protein crystals: these microscopic crystals are transparent in the visible range but can be easily seen at 280 nm due to the strong absorbance of certain amino acids.  

CRAIC Technologies offers a number of solutions for the ultraviolet microscope.  These custom designed microscopes capable of imaging from the deep ultraviolet all the way into the near IR.  They are capable of ultraviolet microscopy in transmission, reflectance and even fluorescence.

Learn more about ultraviolet microscopes:

  Ultraviolet Microscope Design

Uses of the Ultraviolet Microscope

UVtM-1™ Ultraviolet Microscope

 
The lit microscope base is a trademark of CRAIC Technologies, Inc.
 UV-visible-NIR microscopes, UV-visible-NIR microspectrometers and Raman microspectrometers are general purpose laboratory instruments. They have not been cleared or approved by the European IVD Directive, the United States Food and Drug Administration or any other agency for diagnostic, clinical or other medical use.