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Inverted Microscopes

Inverted Microscopes

Introducing our top-of-the-line Inverted Microscope, designed to meet the rigorous demands of medical laboratories and research facilities. This cutting-edge microscope is equipped with advanced optics and illumination systems, enabling users to observe biological samples with unparalleled clarity and precision. With its inverted design, this microscope is ideal for observing living cells and tissues in culture dishes, making it an essential tool for cell biology and microbiology applications. Its ergonomic design and user-friendly controls ensure a comfortable and efficient user experience, while its durable construction and reliable performance make it a valuable investment for any medical facility. Whether you are studying cell morphology, tissue culture, or observing cellular processes, our Inverted Microscope is the perfect choice for your medical laboratory.
  • Applications

    • Cell Culture Examination: Inverted microscopes are commonly used in cell culture laboratories for observing and manipulating cells growing in culture dishes or multiwell plates. Researchers can monitor cell growth, viability, morphology, and interactions in real-time.
    • Live Cell Imaging: Inverted microscopes equipped with fluorescence capabilities are indispensable for live cell imaging studies. They enable scientists to track dynamic cellular processes such as protein localization, organelle movement, cell division, and cell-cell interactions.
    • Microinjection and Micromanipulation: Inverted microscopes are utilized in conjunction with micromanipulators for precise microinjection of cells or manipulation of cellular structures. This technique is valuable in genetic engineering, cell biology, and developmental biology research.
    • Time-lapse Imaging: Inverted microscopes are employed for capturing time-lapse images of biological processes over extended periods. Researchers can observe cellular events such as migration, proliferation, differentiation, and apoptosis in real-time, providing insights into dynamic biological phenomena.
    • Drug Discovery and Pharmacology: In drug discovery and pharmacology research, inverted microscopes are utilized to assess the effects of pharmaceutical compounds on cell behavior, including cytotoxicity, proliferation, and morphological changes. High-throughput screening systems based on inverted microscopes facilitate the screening of large compound libraries.
    • Neuroscience: Inverted microscopes are employed in neuroscience research to study neuronal morphology, synaptic activity, and neuronal networks in vitro. They enable researchers to visualize and manipulate neurons cultured on specialized substrates, facilitating studies on neurodegenerative diseases, synaptic plasticity, and drug screening for neurological disorders.
    • IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) and Embryology: Inverted microscopes are essential in assisted reproductive technologies such as IVF. They are used for assessing oocyte quality, sperm motility, and embryo development in vitro. In embryology research, inverted microscopes are utilized for observing early embryonic development and studying factors influencing embryo viability and implantation.
    • Histology and Pathology: Inverted microscopes are utilized in histology and pathology laboratories for examining tissue cultures and thin tissue sections. They enable histopathologists to visualize cellular structures, detect abnormalities, and diagnose diseases such as cancer.
    • Metallurgical Analysis: Inverted microscopes equipped with polarizing filters are used in metallurgical analysis for examining metallographic samples. They facilitate the observation of microstructures, grain boundaries, and defects in metals and alloys, aiding in materials characterization and quality control.
    • Aquatic Biology and Marine Ecology: Inverted microscopes are employed in aquatic biology and marine ecology research for studying plankton, algae, and other aquatic organisms. They enable scientists to observe marine microorganisms in their natural environments or in controlled laboratory settings, contributing to the understanding of aquatic ecosystems and biodiversity.
  • Specifications

    Observation Method Fluorescence (Blue/Green Excitation)  
      Fluorescence (Ultraviolet Excitation)  
      Differential Interference Contrast (DIC)  
      Phase Contrast  
    Revolving Nosepiece Motorized (6 position)  
    Focus Motorized  
      Z Drift Compensator  
    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)  
    Stage Motorized  

    Contact your local sales representative to hear about motorized stage options

      Mechanical IX3-SVR Mechanical Stage with Right Handle
    • X: 114 mm, Y: 75 mm
        IX3-SVL 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    



    Remote correction collar controller
    Real time controller 
    Incubation housing

    Dimensions (W × D × H)     323 (W) x 475 (D) x 706 (H) mm (IX83 microscope frame)
    Weight     Approx. 47kg 

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