Starlight Laser Induced Fluorescence Red Module

Laser Induced Fluorescence (LIF) is an important analytical technique used in biochemistry.  The technique may be used to detect the presence and assess the concentration of many biochemical materials which are selectively tagged with a fluorophore which emits visible radiation under suitable optical excitation. The LIF module offered by CMC consists of a microscope manufactured by Starlight Technical.

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What’s Included

Starlight Laser Induced Fluorescence Red Module

Helpful Resources​


System Specifications​

  • Low power deep red laser sources
  • Optical filters defining window for spectral analysis
  • Photomultiplier for detection of sample luminescence
  • Viewing / alignment optics
  • Dedicated controller with serial input/output ports


Optical analysis functionality for bio-medical microfluidic research applications

Rent from CMC​

  • Request this equipment on a short-term loan basis.
  • Click here to complete the rental application.

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