XDv System

Revolution XDv - A focused upright solution when lab space is at a premium. The Revolution XDv offers you a compact solution on an upright microscope. In keeping this system footprint small, it is well suited for labs with limited space or to fit inside a Faraday cage for Electrophysiology rigs

  • Laser-based microscopy system
  • Spinning disk technology
  • Upright microscope system
  • Compact and stable
  • Applications include electrophysiology and intra-vital imaging

Revolution XDv

A focused upright solution when lab space is at a premium.

The Revolution XDv offers you a compact solution on an upright microscope. In keeping this system footprint small, it is well suited to labs with limited space. In securing the CSU-X, filter wheel and camera to our vertical mount, you are guaranteed complete stability.

System Configuration

Key Applications
Electrophysiology
Intra-vital imaging
Features Benefits
Yokogawa CSU-X1 spinning disk confocal unit Ultimate in high speed and low phototoxicity for live cell imaging
iXon EMCCDs with highest sensitivity and speeds Detect weak signals, minimize bleaching and toxicity, maximize temporal resolution
sCMOS cameras Nyquist sampling with sensitivity for high resolution confocal imaging
TuCam dual camera adapter Full frame dual wavelength capture and anisotropy studies (e.g. homo-FRET). Combine sCMOS with EMCCD on a single system
Andor 6-line Laser Combiner with active blanking Cover a broad range of fluorophores. Reduced photobleaching and toxicity
Andor Multi-Port Unit Utilize imaging wavelengths for FRAPPA and TIRF devices. Application flexibility minimizing laser costs
Andor filter wheel Reduce back-reflections for optimum image quality and high speed filter switching
Photo-stimulation tools for bleaching, activating, switching, ablating, perturbing, uncaging Reveal the detail behind cellular dynamics across a broad range of models and applications, including optogenetics
Andor Precision Control Unit Fast multidimensional imaging, and additional peripheral device communication and control
Configuration flexibility Application focused configurations
Open hardware architecture Easy to upgrade in the future and so grow with your research requirements
Broad software compatibility Offering you a choice to run your Revolution XD on your preferred software platform
Multimedia Library
Application Images (9)
Application Movies (4)
Learning Center
Publications Database
Spatiotemporal regulation of Rho1 and Cdc42 activity during Candida albicans filamentous growth
ARA7 (Q69L) expression in transgenic Arabidopsis cells induces the formation of enlarged multivesicular bodies
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
Galectin 8 targets damaged vesicles for autophagy to defend cells against bacterial invasion
Histamine deficiency promotes inflammation-associated carcinogenesis through reduced myeloid maturation and accumulation of CD11b+Ly6G+ immature myeloid cells.
Drosophila neuroblasts retain the daughter centrosome
Observing GLUT4 Translocation in Live L6 Cells Using Quantum Dots
Clustering heterochromatin: Sir3 promotes telomere clustering independently of silencing in yeast
POLO ensures chromosome bi-orientation by preventing and correcting erroneous chromosome–spindle attachments
A novel fluorescent timer based on bicistronic expression strategy in Caenorhabditis elegans
Sequence-dependent sorting of recycling proteins by actin-stabilized endosomal microdomains
The interphase microtubule aster is a determinant of asymmetric division orientation in Drosophila neuroblasts
The Journal of Cell Biology
TORC2 Plasma Membrane Localization Is Essential for Cell Viability and Restricted to a Distinct Domain
Functional architecture of inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate signaling in restricted spaces of myoendothelial projections