The Digital Inverted Microscope is equipped with advanced video and image processing and is best for precise laboratory cell analysis and live-cell imaging and recording.
The Digital Inverted Microscope comes with a total magnification between 100X and 400X. It is connected with a display screen or microscope camera to view the image of the specimen under observation. Also, it has a double-layer mechanical stage (with horizontal and vertical adjustable knobs) and three-sized petri dish trays, allowing you to observe different samples. With an inbuilt 2.0 USB interface, the microscope can transfer data at high speed.
ConductScience offers the Digital Inverted Microscope
An inverted fluorescent microscope uses fluorescence to study specimens, such as living cells at the bottom of a petri dish or tissue culture. The Inverted Fluorescent Microscope has similar components to those of other microscopes, and the only difference is the arrangement of the parts, which are placed in inverted positions.
The specimen is lit using a halogen lamp as a light source. When light enters the microscope, it strikes a dichroic mirror, reflecting one range of wavelengths while allowing another to pass through. The ultraviolet light is reflected up to the specimen by the dichroic mirror. The UV light causes fluorescence in the specimen’s molecules and the fluorescent-wavelength light generated is collected by the objective lens.
ConductScience offers the Inverted Fluorescent Microscope.
The trinocular inverted microscope is a high-level microscope designed for research institutes, health and medical units, and universities to observe cultured living cells.
The trinocular inverted microscope comes with 2 eyepieces and a third eye tube for a better viewing experience. The third eye tube allows the microscope to be connected to a camera for image capturing and video recording, which adds to its versatility in using varying laboratory studies. It can be used to study live-cell imaging of cancer cells, the combined effect of EMF and low-level lenses on biological processes, and study the chitin-based scaffolds, etc.
ConductScience offers the Trinocular Inverted Microscope
The Trinocular Phase Contrast Digital Inverted Microscope allows the study of unstained cells in medical and biological research.
The Trinocular Phase Contrast Digital Inverted Microscope is utilized in research laboratories, clinics, hospitals, and educational institutions. The inverted design of the microscope allows the observation of live biological tissue cultures in dishes and other specimens directly from various glass container bottoms.
It is available and connected to a display screen or microscope camera. The digital camera produces high-quality images and captures still images and videos that you can live stream on your PC/laptop. It also comes with in-built software for Mac, Linux, and Windows to provide a multi-platform imaging solution.
ConductScience offers the Trinocular Phase Contrast Digital Inverted Microscope.