VISQUE® InVivo Smart-LF

VISQUE® InVivo Smart-LF

VISQUE™ InVivo Smart-LF is an ideal in vivo imaging system for bioluminescent and fluorescent imaging
as it provides outstanding performance at a reasonable price. The scientific CMOS camera developed
solely for VISQUE™ InVivo Smart-LF provides high sensitivity with a quantum efficiency up to 94% at
550 ㎚. Its high sensitivity and low noise capabilities allow you to precisely detect and quantitate very
weak signals in bioluminescent and fluorescent imaging. For multispectral fluorescent imaging, the
system is equipped with a filter wheel providing four filter slots for GFP, PE, Cy5.5 and ICG fluorescent
dyes and five filter slots for customized filters. For precise pharmacokinetic analysis and biodistribution
studies, VISQUE™ InVivo Smart-LF not only allows real-time imaging of up to 37 frames per second but
also provides 10 patented algorithms to analyze kinetics of drug distribution.
VISQUE™ InVivo Smart-LF featuring a compact size also allows you to save valuable laboratory space
and to simply operate it with a laptop computer.


Main Features:

  • Highly sensitive imaging from 300-940 nm
  • Intelligent image analysis software
  • Real-time imaging
  • Space-Saving compact design
  • Reasonable price with outstanding performance


  • Pharmacology and toxicology
  • Oncology
  • Cardiovascular function
  • Photo-stability test of molecules
  • Cell Therapy tests
  • Biodistribution of nanoparticles

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Fast and Convenient Analysis Tools:

  • One-click analysis
    • Automatic display fluorescence level and simple setting
  • Image Processing
    • Autofluorescence signal removal, merge of multi-spectral images.
  • Report Mode
    • The acquisition setup information, raw image, ROI, the range of pseudocolor bar, comments, etc.

Additional information


High-sensitivity Bioluminescent & Fluorescent Imaging
Scientific CMOS Camera with Cooling Technology

Optimized solution for high-end scientific applications
Min. image pixel size: 26.5 µm
Cooling: -50℃ below ambient temperature
High-sensitivity sCMOS Image Sensor

Quantum efficiency: Max. 94% @ 550 nm
>85% 450 – 700 nm
>30% 300 – 950 nm
Readout noise: 1.6e-
Fast-speed Imaging Acquisition

Uniformed-quality image with high-speed image
acquisition up to 37 frames per second


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