Can I heat and cool my sample with the Nanoimager?
The Nanoimager can heat from its working temperature (usually 27 to 30’C) and up to 42’C.
It can’t however cool down to a lower temperature.
What is the heat dissipation of the system?
The whole system should run on average at 1000 BTU/hr and a maximum at 1500 BTU/hr. It is in the end a very small system and it does not run with a lot of Watts.
What slides/samples are compatible with the system?
The Nanoimager works optimally with #1.5H coverslips, which have 170µm thickness. The most popular chambers are: ibidi (µ-Slide 8 Well Glass Bottom, No. 1.5) ] Lab-Tek (Nunc™ Lab-Tek™ II Chambered cover-glass, No. 1.5) 35 mm petri dishes with #1.5 ...