Microscope cameras Pulse5 und Ace12

Power package for microscopy applications

Set up microscope camera Pulse5

Set up microscope camera Pulse5

Set up microscope camera ACE12

Set up microscope camera ACE12

Power-Pack for microscopy

Power-Pack for microscopy

5 Megapixel camera for microscope Pulse5

5 Megapixel camera for microscope Pulse5

12,2 Megapixel camera for microscope ACE12

12,2 Megapixel camera for microscope ACE12

Key features
Applications
Key features

Complete power package for your microscope

Thanks to the standardized USB 3.0 interface with USB3 Vision Standard and the C-mount thread, the Pulse5 and Ace12 microscopy cameras can be connected to all commercially available microscopes, macroscopes, endoscopes and lenses. The Pulse5 also offers backward compatibility with USB 2.0 and the intuitive software ensures optimum camera control, image acquisition, processing and analysis in the shortest possible time.

Pulse5 Power-Pack for microscopy

  • 5.0 Megapixel camera with 1/2”CMOS sensor
  • Resolution of 2592 x 1944 pixels
  • CS-mount thread (adapter ring for C mount included)
  • USB 3.0 Interface and USB3 Vision Standard (USB 2.0 downward compatible)
  • Live image, image recording and video function
  • Basler Microscopy Software
  • Made in Germany

Ace12 Power-Pack for microscopy

  • 12.2 Megapixel camera with 1/1.7”CMOS sensor
  • Resolution of 4024 x 3036 pixels
  • C-mount thread
  • USB 3.0 Interface and USB3 Vision Standard
  • Live image, image recording and video function
  • Basler Microscopy Software
  • Made in Germany

The software is the ideal solution for monitoring, documentation and archiving in educational and routine research and in industry. Many advanced software functions ensure that even more demanding microscopy applications in life science, materials science, biomedical or industrial research are easy to perform with camera and software. Single shots and videos are possible as well as time-lapse recordings, which are important for fast moving objects such as biological samples.

Applications

The software can be used in various areas

Industry, BioMed, quality assurance, laboratory, practices, public institutions, research & education, training, schools, universities etc.

  • Live image, image recording and video function
  • Adjustment of hue, saturation, brightness, contrast, gamma and gain
  • Calibration, measurement and annotations
  • Compensation of lighting conditions by focus enhancement and automatic/manual exposure
  • Pseudo staining with top GUI fluorescence presets
  • Support of zoom levels for stereomicroscopes
  • High-speed videos for slow-motion evaluation

Campus

How does a Microscope work?

The microscope was invented around 1600 in the Netherlands and has undergone continuous development ever since. With the advent of electron microscopes, light microscopes have been declared dead numerous times.Yet these predictions have proven overly hasty.

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Campus

Our Campus

We share our experiences and expert knowledge: explore our campus and learn more about typical applications, standards and fields of applications, about sample behavior and functionality, about automation options, about calibration and adjustment, temperature control and temperature compensation. Embark on a journey of discovery with us.

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Any Questions?

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