RE-SCAN Confocal

High resolution & highly sensitive Confocal microscopy with the innovative RE-SCAN method changed the microscope industry with the confocal microscope based on the Re-Scan invention, namely the Re-Scan Confocal Microscope ( RCM ).
It is a super-resolution technique based on a standard confocal with an optical re-scan unit that projects the image directly onto a CCD or sCMOS camera. combines the ability to super-resolution with higher sensitivity and contrast than conventional confocal microscopes.

Super resolution and low laser power are the solution for Live Cell Imaging.

Convert your existing wide-field fluorescence microscope into a high-resolution and highly sensitive confocal 3D imaging system with RCM technology. New Project be


RCM1 is a highly sensitive super-resolution confocal system. It’s capable of reaching a 120nm resolution after deconvolution (170nm raw). Study living cells in high detail with minimal phototoxicity and photobleaching.


Like the RCM1, RCM2 is a highly sensitive confocal system with high resolution. It uses digital scanning technology and larger optics that require brighter images and even lower laser power. Capture more biology with the same resolution.

RCM1 scan


Super-resolution imaging. Low laser power

With RCM1 you get super-resolution (170 nm raw) with a 60 to 100x objective magnification at 488 nm wavelength. It's high sensitivity allows using extremely low laser power, which makes the microscope highly suitable for live cell imaging. RCM1 can be delivered in a special near infrared (NIR) version using 640 and 785 lasers.

• Super resolution with very low phototoxicity
• API integration with third party software
• VIS or NIR versions available


Brighter images - larger field of view's digital scanner technology allows to use bidirectional scanning to obtain super-resolution images faster (170nm raw). RCM2 is equipped with bigger optics, which makes it suitable to work with high NA 40x to 100x magnification objectives. A lower magnification allows for a larger field of view and brighter images, since light intensity is inversely proportional to the magnification squared. RCM2 requires even lower laser power to produce bright super-resolution images with minimal phototoxicity or photobleaching.

• Super resolution with extremely low phototoxicity
• 2fps at 512 x 512 pixels
• Hardware integration with third party software



RCM2 scan


The difference between RCM-1 and RCM-2