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Inverted Microscopes

Inverted Microscopes

We offer high-quality inverted microscopes for medical professionals and researchers seeking precise and detailed imaging. Our inverted microscopes feature excellent optics, illuminations, and imaging capabilities for observing and analyzing biological samples such as cells, tissues, and microorganisms. With their inverted design, these microscopes allow for easy and convenient observation of samples from the bottom, making it ideal for live cell imaging and tissue cultures. These microscopes also come with a variety of accessories and imaging software, providing users with a comprehensive solution for their microscopy needs. Whether for clinical diagnostics, research, or educational purposes, our inverted microscopes are essential tools for any medical laboratory or facility.
  • Applications

    • Cell Culture Examination: Inverted microscopes are commonly used in cell culture labs to observe cells growing on the bottom of a petri dish or a culture flask. This enables researchers to monitor cell morphology, growth patterns, and confluency without disturbing the cells.
    • Live Cell Imaging: Inverted microscopes are essential for live cell imaging studies where researchers observe dynamic processes within living cells. By placing the cells on a specialized stage, scientists can track cellular events such as mitosis, cell migration, and intracellular trafficking over time.
    • Tissue Culture Inspection: In biomedical research and clinical laboratories, inverted microscopes are used to examine tissue cultures. This is particularly valuable for studying cell behavior in 3D culture systems or for assessing the effects of drugs or treatments on tissue samples.
    • Microinjection and Manipulation: Inverted microscopes equipped with micromanipulators are utilized for microinjection and manipulation techniques. Researchers can inject cells with substances like dyes, proteins, or genetic material, or manipulate cellular structures such as organelles or chromosomes.
    • Embryology and Developmental Biology: In developmental biology studies, inverted microscopes are employed to observe embryonic development in various model organisms. Researchers can study processes such as cell division, differentiation, and morphogenesis in real-time.
    • Neuroscience Research: In neuroscience, inverted microscopes are used for imaging neuronal cultures and brain slices. This allows neuroscientists to study neuronal morphology, synaptic connections, and neuronal activity patterns.
    • Metallurgical Analysis: Inverted microscopes are also used in metallurgical analysis for examining the microstructure of metallic samples. This is crucial for assessing material properties, identifying defects, and analyzing the composition of metal alloys.
    • Quality Control in Manufacturing: Inverted microscopes find applications in quality control processes across industries. For instance, in the semiconductor industry, they are used for inspecting integrated circuits and semiconductor wafers for defects or irregularities.
    • Aquatic Microscopy: In environmental science and aquatic ecology, inverted microscopes are employed to observe microorganisms such as algae, protozoa, and plankton in water samples. This helps researchers understand aquatic ecosystems and monitor water quality.
    • Food and Beverage Analysis: Inverted microscopes can be used in food science laboratories for analyzing food and beverage samples. They are helpful in identifying microorganisms such as bacteria and yeast in food products, ensuring product safety and quality control.
  • Specifications

    Observation Method Fluorescence (Blue/Green Excitation)  
      Fluorescence (Ultraviolet Excitation)  
      Differential Interference Contrast (DIC)  
      Phase Contrast  
    Revolving Nosepiece Motorized (6 position)  
      Manual Coded (6 position)
    Observation Tubes Widefield (FN 22) Tilting Binocular
    Illuminator Transmitted Köhler Illuminator LED Lamp
        100 W Halogen Lamp
      Fluorescence Illuminator 100 W Mercury Lamp
        Light Guide Illumination
    Fluorescence Mirror Turret Motorized (8 position)  
      Manual Coded (8 position)
    Stage Motorized  

    Contact your local sales representative to hear about motorized stage options

      Mechanical Mechanical Stage with Right Handle
    • X: 114 mm, Y: 75 mm
        Mechanical Stage with Left Short Handle
    • X: 114 mm, Y: 75 mm
    Condenser Motorized Universal Condenser W.D. 27 mm, NA 0.55, motorized aperture and polarizer
      Manual Universal Condenser NA 0.55/ W.D. 27 mm
        Ultra-Long Working Distance Condenser NA 0.3/ W.D. 73.3 mm
    Confocal Scanner    


    Super Resolution Processing    




    Dimensions (W × D × H)     323 (W) x 475 (D) x 721 (H) mm (IX73 microscope frame)
    Weight     Approx. 47kg

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