"The Ami HTX optical imaging system is a flexible tool that we utilize for a range of in vivo and in vitro experiments. The software is intuitive and simple to use. This technology provides a great sensitivity, which is required for our experiments. The system is extremely stable, as there is no external refrigeration system to fail. The hardware is easy to operate and the compact size of the machine saves the working space." 

Dr Michal Šimíček

Medical Faculty, Ostrava,Czech Republic

Kino - Spectral Instruments Imaging

Powerful in-vivo imaging capability in an affordable package

The Kino optical imaging system provide a powerful in vivo imaging capability in a package that meets the needs of researchers that seek performance on a budget. Using Kino individual researchers and smaller specialist teams can conduct optical imaging studies in disease model progression, response to therapy, and cell migration in-vivo.

The cutting edge patented LED based illumination and Faint signal detection provide unprecedented power and previously unattained sensitivity for FLI and BLI. Like the Ami HT and the Lago, the Kino comes equipped with a solid state air-cooled camera and state of the high performance imaging capabilities.

Free, unlimited copies of AMIView software, coupled with competitive support plans, and low entry cost make the Kino the sensible choice for many researchers. The Kino is designed from the ground up using precision 3rd generation components to provide a stable, high quality package for optical preclinical imaging. The instrument is absolutely calibrated.

Key features:

  • Bioluminescent imaging
  • Fluorescent imaging
  • Pure patented LED illumination
  • 10 LED wavelengths from 430nm to 745nm
  • 5 filters included from 530nm to 750 nm
  • Custom emission filters for plant imaging
  • High performance imager
  • CCD camera with back illumination.
  • -90º C absolute deep cooling
  • Solid state air cooled (no leaks, no fails)
  • A practical FOV of up to 14cm x 11cm
  • Absolutely calibrated
  • Access port (optional, field upgradeable)
  • Acquisition PC and monitor included
  • AMIView image analysis software – unlimited free copies
  • Vertical sliding door with reduced waste anesthesia gas
  • Rigid strong back high integrity structure

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