Kodak Molecular Imaging Systems newest cooled CCD imaging system
Introducing the NEW Image Station 2000R, Kodak Molecular Imaging Systems newest cooled CCD imaging system, for high performance digital imaging and analysis of chemiluminescent, fluorescent, chromogenic, and now radioisotopic labels.
With incomparable CCD resolution of 1024 x 1024 pixels, the IS2000R gives you 20 micron/pixel (54 pixels/mm) at full zoom. The IS2000R’s Progressive Exposure option lets you take multiple exposures at different exposure times, allowing you to automate complex variable exposure settings.
Once the Image Station 2000R exposure(s) are completed, you may immediately adjust, analyze, annotate or print your images from within the KODAK 1D Image Analysis software package. If multiple exposures are captured, each image is saved as a 1D project on your hard drive.
Versatile -Detect and image a wide variety of labels and sample formats including chemiluminescence,
fluorescence and chromogenic labels in gels, blots, plates and more. With the optional radioisotopic phosphor assisted detection device (rad PADD) accessory, directly image 32P and other high energy isotopes as well.
Sensitive -Proprietary electronics and cooled CCD technology produce very low noise and high signal sensitivity equal to or greater than autoradiography film for most chemiluminescent labeling systems.
Capture Publication Quality Images -Megapixel sensor produces images that are sharp and clear.
Produce Accurate Quantitative Data – With a linear dynamic range of >4.5 orders of magnitude, you can
produce precise intensity measurements of bright and faint signals in a single image.
Easy to Use – Monitor exposures as they progress for optimal signal. Unique Closed Optical Path Imaging
(COPI™) design provides a water and dust tight camera environment.