CSU-X1

Yokogawa’s latest generation laser dual spinning disk scan head is a core component of Revolution XD systems providing confocal scanning and detection paths for Andor solutions.

  • 1500 - 10,000 rpm disk
  • 300 to >2000 frames per second
  • Easy synchronization of exposure to disk speed
  • Manual and motorised filter changer models available
  • Optional bright field bypass module

CSU-x1

Confocal Spinning Disk Unit

Yokogawa's latest generation laser dual spinning disk scan head is a core component of Revolution® XD systems providing confocal scanning and detection paths for Andor solutions

Key Specifications
Speed Up to 10,000 RPM
Imaging Speed Up to 2,000 FPS
Excitation Wavelength 405 – 647 nm
Brightfield bypass Optional
Second Port Optional
Anisotropy Polariser Optional
Scope Compatibility Nikon, Zeiss, Olympus & Leica (Upright and Inverted)
Features & Benefits
1500 - 10,000 rpm disk, producing between 300 to >2000 frames per second
Easy synchronization of exposure to disk speed
Manual and motorised filter changer models available
Optional bright field bypass module
2x excitation throughput improvement compared to CSU10 or CSU22
FWHM Z section < =1.2 μm
Semrock dichroic and emission filter pairing provides optimum Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR)
Filter wheel mounting for fluorescence and DIC analyser
Yokogawa 6 and 12 position wheels
Multimedia Library
Application Images (15)
Application Movies (5)
Publications Database
Direct interaction between centralspindlin and PRC1 reinforces mechanical resilience of the central spindle
Interkinetic Nuclear Migration Is Centrosome Independent and Ensures Apical Cell Division to Maintain Tissue Integrity
A geminivirus betasatellite damages the structural and functional integrity of chloroplasts leading to symptom formation and inhibition of photosynthesis
Potent and selective small-molecule MCL-1 inhibitors demonstrate on-target cancer cell killing activity as single agents and in combination with ABT-263 (navitoclax)
RGS Proteins and Septins Cooperate to Promote Chemotropism by Regulating Polar Cap Mobility
Imaging Approach to Mechanistic Study of Nanoparticle Interactions with the BloodÀBrain Barrier
Structure-function analysis of Hmo1 unveils an ancestral organization of HMG-Box factors involved in ribosomal DNA transcription from yeast to human
Dynamic association of the ULK1 complex with omegasomes during autophagy induction
Optically triggering spatiotemporally confined GPCR activity in a cell and programming neurite initiation and extension
Directional migration of leading-edge mesoderm generates physical forces: Implication in Xenopus notochord formation during gastrulation
Tissue damage detection by osmotic surveillance
How Do Amoebae Swim and Crawl?
Stability of kinetochore-microtubule attachment and the role of different KMN network components in Drosophila
ARA7 (Q69L) expression in transgenic Arabidopsis cells induces the formation of enlarged multivesicular bodies
The impact of distinct culture media in Leishmania infantum biology and infectivity
The ArfGEF GBF-1 Is Required for ER Structure, Secretion and Endocytic Transport in C. elegans
A single Drosophila embryo extract for the study of mitosis ex vivo
An inverse relationship to germline transcription defines centromeric chromatin in C. Elegans.
Automated region of interest analysis of dynamic Ca2+ signals in image sequences
The Role of Actin Turnover in Retrograde Actin Network Flow in Neuronal Growth Cones