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Nikon A1R HD Multiphoton Confocal Microscope

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Nikon A1R HD Multiphoton Confocal Microscope

Nikon A1R HD Multiphoton Confocal Microscope

Detects ultra-deep dynamics within living organisms


The A1R MP+ multiphoton confocal microscopes provide faster and sharper imaging from deeper within living organisms, extending the boundaries of traditional research techniques in biological sciences. They are compatible with both upright and inverted microscopes, and provide optimum multiphoton imaging configurations for brain research, other neuroscience applications and in vivo imaging of living specimens.



  • NEW high definition 1K resonant scanner
  • Revolutionary hybrid confocal scan head
  • Deep in vivo imaging with super high-sensitive GaAsP NDD - Equipped with GaAsP PMT that has a higher signal-to-noise and superior sensitivity than a Multi-Alkali PMT, and allows clear imaging of deeper areas of living specimens.
  • Deep brain imaging in in vivo mouse with GaAsP NDD at 1300nm -  Newly developed ultrasensitive gallium arsenide phosphide (GaAsP) NDD allows much deeper in vivo imaging of mouse brain up to 1.4mm
  • Simultaneous exctation imaging with two-wavelength IR laser - Combining the system with a femtosecond IR pulse laser with two-wavelength simultaneous output (main tunable output of 700nm - 1300nm and auxiliary fixed output of 1040nm), enables the simultaneous excitation and imaging of two different dyes in the deep area within living cells
  • Selectable scan head enables high-speed, high-quality imaging - Incorporates both a high resolution galvano (non-resonant) scanner and an ultrahigh-speed resonant scanner.
  • Ultrafast and high definition imaging with the HD resonant scanner - The scanner has an ultrahigh resonance frequency of 7.8kHz allowing ultrafast imaging of up to 420 fps (512 x 32 pixels)
  • Auto laser alignment when changing multiphoton excitation wavelength

For further information please contact us or download the datasheet.


1) Pyramidal cells in layer V   2) White matter   3) Alveus   4) Hippocampal pyramidal cells    5) Hippocampus 3D zoom image


       A1R HD MP brochure                                                           Read more on Nikon's website         



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