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Lab Basic  | Tool & Feature Selection 

Milli | 5.2mm dia. FoV

Micro | 900µm dia. FoV

Meso

Meso+

Micro

Milli

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of J-Star Research

Meso+ | 400µm dia. FoV

Meso | 230µm dia. FoV

Microscopy Field of View (FoV) Options

PG Polarization

Enables simultaneous acquisition of multi-angle, particle generated polarized light images. See our technology page on Polarization to learn more:

NO PG Polarization

Standard dark field microscopy.

Probe Length Options

Note: only one probe dimension can be selected at a time

Receive customized details on your chosen configuration

If you do not know which configuration is best for you, inquire below and we will reach out for further discussion!

Thank you for your inquiry! We will get back to you as soon as possible.

For further details please fill out our contact form or email us at Info@BlazeMetrics.com

1M Microscopy

1M Laser Classification:  Considered non-hazardous. First generation Blaze Microscopy tools are rated 1M. Hazard increases if viewed with optical aids, including magnifiers, binoculars, or telescopes.

3B Microscopy

3B laser classification: Typical Raman systems are rated Class 3B. 3B indicates immediate skin hazard from direct beam and immediate eye hazard when viewed directly. The advantage of High Power 3B Illumination for Microscopy is the ability to see fainter particles.

Note on Resolution Target Comparisons: It is typical for the microscope industry to utilize reference targets such as the 1951 AF Standard Target above to compare 2d resolution. For more information, please contact Blaze and/or visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1951_USAF_resolution_test_chart

Please contact Blaze for an introduction to 3D resolution, which is a critical parameter for most PAT applications.

See our Technology page on Microscopy for further detail:

Note:

 

1) All BlazePAT systems are acquiring data at 14-bit (16,384 steps of gray from black to white). Most Monitors (desktop or laptop) or Projectors limit the Black and White images displayed to 8-bit (256 steps of gray), which in turn limits image acuity (feature resolution, i.e. secondary nucleation forming on a larger crystal or cell growth on an adherent substrate).

 

2) Blaze Microscopy is acquiring raw images in UHD. Pixel resolution (pixel per micron) is key both on the sensor as well as the monitor where the images are displayed. The image pixel count per micron shown on a UHD display is 4 times higher than the count on a Full HD. This can substantially improve the visualization of small features, particularly when zooming in. Note this improved sensor resolution also significantly improves the signal to noise of the information used to derive both HDR CLD based Particle Size/Count and HDR Turbidity.

Blaze Resolution in 2D Space

12/14/19 OD x 276 mm Immersible

12/19 OD x 461 mm Immersible

12 OD x 41 mm Immersible

19 OD x 461 mm Immersible

19 OD x 403 mm Immersible (Milli Only)

12/14/19 OD x 276 mm Immersible

Second Interchangeable Probe Addition 

Select a FoV, Polarization option (if available with FoV), & Probe Dimension for a second interchangeable probe

12/19 OD x 461 mm Immersible

19 OD x 461 mm Immersible

19 OD x 403 mm Immersible (Milli Only)

12 OD x 41 mm Immersible

This capability allows the user to swap between:


This capability, much like switching microscope objectives, allows a single BlazePAT system to appropriately address a wider range of application at a greatly reduced cost over purchasing a second system.

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