unspecified PlanktoScope [custom build] imaging sensor - Pollina et al. (2020)
|Within Vocab||SeaVoX Device Catalogue|
|Definition||The planktonscope is a flow microscope operating automated acquisition of samples pumped in a flow chamber. The computing module is made of the latest Raspberry Pi 4 (4GB of LPDDR4 SDRAM) coupled with its Pi Camera (v2.1 - 8 megapixels). The optic is simplified using two reversed M12 lenses, the tube lens is fixed when the objective lens can be swapped offering a variety of optical configuration. A motorized stage (~30 µm/step) allows a fine focus calibration of the swappable stage on which it is possible to mount either µ-Slide I Luer or traditional glass slide depending on the mode (fluidic or static observation). A peristaltic pump driven by a stepper motor owning an order of precision ~ 0.1ml/min is used to drag the fluid into the flow-cell if needed.|
|Has Current Version||4|
|Version||1 , 2 , 3|
||bench particle sizers||Mapping: 1617151|
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