Olympus Fluoviews

Dunn School Room 214.00.25 & New Biochemistry Room 00-031

Micron has three Olympus fluoview confocals; an FV1000 and FV1200 in the Dunn School and an FV3000 located in the New biochemistry Building. All three are point-scanning confocals and have different configurations and capabilities. All three systems offer high-sensitivity multi-channel imaging.

FV1000

Dunn School of Pathology Room 214.00.25


This microscope is an inverted IX81 motorized microscope equipped with FV1000 Point scanning laser and Becker and Hickel FLIM system. For more information please consult the Micron FV1000 Wiki

FV1200

Dunn School of Pathology Room 214.00.25


This microscope is an inverted IX83 motorized microscope equipped with Sensitvie GASP detectors, a 355nm DNA damage laser and an environmental chamber for live cell work.

FV3000

New Biochemistry Room 00-031


High-speed point-scanning confocal, capable of imaging deep into tissues with high-sensitivity.

FV1000 Lasers

FV1200 Lasers

Available Objectives