IS170 Incubator Smart Fluorescence Microscope
- The smallest phase contrast microscope in the world
- Simple, small and smart digital inverted fluorescence biological microscope
- Small enough to fit inside an incubator, hood or be part of another device
- LED fluorescence imaging with 2 or 3 channels
- Custom Camera, selection based on speed (up to 500fps), resolution( 1.5MP to 20MP), sensor size (1/3″ to 2″) and more,
- Advanced live cell imaging software (optional)
- Reasonable Price
Olympus CX23 Biological Microscope
- Infinity-corrected Plan Achromat objectives (4x, 10x, 40x, 100x oil)
- 10X F.N. 18 eyepieces
- Anti-fungus treatment helps protect optical parts even in high humidity work conditions
- Ultra-smooth, quadruple revolving nosepiece
- Fixed Abbe condenser N.A. 1.25, aperture stop position for each objective
- LED illumination. The built-in aspherical collector lens
- Compact design with ergonomic grip for easy portability and storage in a typical classroom cabinet
- Built-in right-hand stage with rackless design, low positioned X, Y controls
- Student proof – The eyepieces, objectives, and condenser are all factory attached to the microscope body
IncuScope IS250 Incubator Microscope with 10x, 25x, 40x Phase Contrast and Fluorescence
- Fits inside an incubator or a hood.
- Quadruple nosepiece, 10x, 25x and 40x Ph (and FL) with optional lenses of 2x-150x, total magnifications of 100x-400x extendable to 20x-3000x (without digital zooming).
- 2.3MP Color USB3.0 High-Sensitive Camera, C-mount adapter and calibration slide makes the imaging bundle so professional
- A trinocular head to use the scope in a classical way
- USB 3.0 connections for camera and LED Control
- LED Control via manual controller and software
- Light off during the waiting time, i.e. digit shutter to avoid photobleaching and phototoxicity
- IncuView Software for LED Control (intensity, turn on/off), video or time-lapse imaging and merging channels
BSI-320 40x-320x Inverted Student Microscope with LED for beginners
- Inverted Student microscope
- Total Magnifications of 40x-320x
- 4x, 10x and 20x objective lenses, FL=170mm
- 10x and 16x eyepieces
- LED illumination
- Slide Kit
- Great for students, kids and beginners to discover new compact inverted microscope
|A reliable microscope is an essence for effective diagnosis and health care. A microscope is required to visualize a living or dead organism in high magnification. A microscope allows to visualize a specimen, see the details of an object and determine the shape, size and even formation of that with a video time-lapse or a very high-speed mechanism. These specimen can be a cell, virus, bacteria, yeast, fungi, parasites, zebrafish, insects or part of tissue on a slide, either stained or unstained.|
The most common microscope for clinical labs, biological laboratory, veterinary colleges, biomedical research labs, microbiology teaching labs is a compound biological microscope.
|Both upright and inverted biological microscopes are commonly used for the biology or clinical labs. The only difference, which makes a benefit of using inverted microscope over upright is that when you deal with liquid samples (like cell cultures) or a product such as MEMS or microfluidics that you cannot flip over. The rest stays the same as it follows the same principle of the light path and optical design.|
A regular upright biological microscope has 4x, 10x, 40x and 100x objective lenses and 10x eyepieces. This means you can expect a total magnification of 40x and 1000x. It is technically possible to increase this magnification via eyepieces and/or camera to 1500x or 2000x. Bioimager is proud to announce offering biological microscopes with 2500x, 3000x, 4500x, 5000x and even 10,000x. Contact us for details.
|Beside brightfield imaging, in which the structure of organisms is seen in a bright background, we often need to use darkfield imaging in which the background is dark (or semi-dark) and the organism or micro-organism structures can be visualized. Very common applications in this regard are blood cells and bacteria. If you are in a hospital and need to determine if the observed bacterium is treponemes (causing syphilis) or leptospires (causing leptospirosis), darkfield imaging is a must to use. You need a microscope that has special condenser and objective lens for darkfield imaging.|
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Video Tutorial: How To Use a Compound Light Microscope
See Phase Contrast and Darkfield Video tutorials at their pages.