Talos L120C TEM for Life Sciences
Proven performance, ready for the future
Discover the next generation 120kV imaging platform. Key features of the Thermo Scientific™ Talos L120C transmission electron microscope (TEM) include modular design and improved optical stability, yielding unmatched ease of use, productivity, operational comfort, and uptime. The Talos L120C TEM is an ideal solution for entry level cryo-studies, simple point and click imaging, and a highly efficient instrument for tomography and single particle analysis sample screening with standalone options for EDS and STEM.
Benefits of the Talos L120C TEM for Life Sciences
More stability. Robust system enclosure, constant power lenses, and remote operation allow consistent use.
Automation. Multiple auto-functions (auto-gun, auto-alignment) improve repeatability and reproducibility of results.
High-quality imaging. 4k × 4K Ceta CMOS camera provides a large field-of-view and live digital zooming with high sensitivity and high speed.
Quick sample exchange. Robust vacuum system provides a contamination-free environment and fast recovery after airlock.
Data correlation. MAPS software allows for automated and unattended large-area acquisition at multiple scales.
Cryo-imaging. Observe cryo-specimen with minimal ice growth and automate single particle analysis imaging with EPU software.
Ready for the Future
With the potential to address multiple applications, the Talos L120C TEM is an ideal entry-level solution for imaging and tomography, and it can be configured as a basic cryo-TEM imaging platform. Fully upgradeable and able to expand as your research requirements and ambitions grow, the Talos L120C TEM will meet your needs, whether those needs are in Cryo or Room Temperature or 2D imaging or 3D imaging and multi-modality imaging experiments.
2D thin section of positively stained muscle tissue @ 3400 scale
@ 17500 scale
Negative stain image of DNA origami particles (sample courtesy
of Thomas Martin, MRC LMB Cambridge) @ 22000 scale
@ 57000 scale
STEM thick section image of yeast cells (sample courtesy of Wanda Kukulski, MRC LMB Cambridge, UK)
@ 35000 scale