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Inverted Microscopes

Inverted Microscopes

Transform your medical laboratory with our cutting-edge inverted microscopes, delivering unparalleled imaging capabilities. Engineered with precision optics and innovative features, our microscopes redefine excellence in medical research and diagnostics. Explore the intricate details of biological samples, cell cultures, and tissue sections with unmatched clarity and resolution.

Designed for ease of use, our microscopes boast intuitive controls and ergonomic enhancements, ensuring comfort even during extended use. The inverted configuration facilitates seamless specimen manipulation, while compatibility with various imaging techniques unleashes limitless possibilities for medical exploration.

Whether scrutinizing cell morphology or conducting dynamic live cell imaging, our inverted microscopes empower you with the precision and versatility demanded by modern medical science. Elevate your laboratory standards and unlock new realms of discovery with our state-of-the-art imaging solutions.

  • Applications

    • Cell Biology and Microscopy: Inverted microscopes are commonly used in cell biology research for observing and studying living cells in culture. The inverted design allows for the examination of cells from underneath, which is particularly useful for observing adherent cells grown on the bottom of culture dishes or plates.
    • Tissue Culture: In biomedical research and pharmaceutical development, inverted microscopes are essential for monitoring and studying tissue cultures. Researchers can observe cell growth, proliferation, and behavior over time, enabling studies on cell morphology, cell-cell interactions, and responses to various stimuli or treatments.
    • Live Cell Imaging: Inverted microscopes equipped with fluorescence capabilities are widely used for live cell imaging applications. Researchers can label specific cellular components or molecules with fluorescent markers and track their dynamics and interactions in real-time within living cells.
    • Microinjection and Manipulation: Inverted microscopes are often used in conjunction with micromanipulation tools for microinjection or manipulation of cells and embryos. This includes applications such as genetic engineering, cell transfection, and the creation of transgenic organisms.
    • Neuroscience: In neuroscience research, inverted microscopes are used for studying neurons and neural networks in culture. Researchers can observe neuronal morphology, growth, and connectivity, as well as perform electrophysiological recordings and calcium imaging experiments.
    • Materials Science: Inverted microscopes are employed in materials science for studying the microstructure and properties of materials. They are used for examining surfaces, interfaces, and thin films, as well as for analyzing defects, grain boundaries, and crystal structures in materials such as metals, ceramics, and polymers.
    • Industrial Quality Control: Inverted microscopes find applications in industrial quality control and inspection processes. They are used for examining samples in manufacturing settings, such as inspecting semiconductor wafers, electronic components, and medical devices for defects or imperfections.
    • Forensic Analysis: In forensic science, inverted microscopes can be used for analyzing trace evidence, such as fibers, hairs, and particles, collected from crime scenes. They are also useful for examining biological samples and performing microscopic comparisons in forensic investigations.
    • Marine Biology: In marine biology, inverted microscopes are used for studying microscopic organisms and structures in marine samples, such as plankton, algae, and coral polyps. They enable researchers to observe marine life in their natural habitats or in controlled laboratory settings.
    • Environmental Science: Inverted microscopes are employed in environmental science for studying microorganisms in soil, water, and air samples. They are used for microbial ecology studies, environmental monitoring, and assessing the impact of pollutants on microbial communities.
  • Specifications

    Observation Method Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence  
      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

    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
    TIRF illuminator
    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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