Invitrogen™ EVOS™ M5000 Imaging System
The Invitrogen™ EVOS™ M5000 Cell Imaging System brings simple, automated microscopy within reach. All-in-one design includes high resolution fluorescence imaging, unique color illumination, a full suite of fluorescent filters, and intuitive software.
Invitrogen™ EVOS™ M7000 Imaging System
High-performance, fully automated, inverted, multi-channel fluorescence and transmitted light imaging system. Developed to meet today’s expectations for image quality, user interface interactions, data generation speed and flexibility, and end-user value with just a few clicks.
Fisherbrand™ AX-500 Series Compound Research Microscope
Choice of three optical objectives and three optical heads. Fisherbrand AX-500 Series Compound Research Microscope with “cool light” LED illumination are designed or university and research laboratory use.
Invitrogen™ EVOS™ M5000 Stage Plate
This EVOS M5000 Stage Plate accommodates a wide range of multi-well plates and all EVOS vessel holders designed for a mechanical stage.
Invitrogen™ EVOS™ XL Core Imaging System
Digital, transmitted light, inverted imaging system for cell and tissue culture applications and routine cell maintenance
Kimberly-Clark™ Melodie™ Fragrance Clear Refill
Kimberly-Clark™ Melodie™ Fragrance Clear Refill eliminates unwanted smells and improves user experience of any environment with floral, spicy notes.
Motic™ AE31 Main Body, Trinocular Microscope
Build your own innovatively designed trinocular inverted microscope. Motic™ AE31 Main Body, Trinocular Microscope is part of a modular system that incorporating CCSI optics, innovative mechanical design, high flexibility, and optical brilliance.
Motic™ SMZ140-N2LED Microscope
Small but powerful microscope that is well suited to educational environments, QC laboratories, or industry. Motic™ SMZ140-N2LED Microscope has a small footprint, stores easily, and accepts incident and transmitted light.
Motic™ SMZ-143 Head
Replacement or modular head suitable for the SMZ-143 Stereo Microscope. Motic™ SMZ-143 Head is a core element of the most versatile stereo microscope in the Motic™ line.
Motic™ FITC Filter Block, BA310E
For detection of FITC fluorophore. Motic™ FITC Filter Block, BA310E is suitable for BA310E Microscopes.
Motic™ BA310E Trinocular Stereo Microscope
Full Koehler configuration provides maximum illumination quality for even the most demanding samples. Motic™ BA310E Trinocular Stereo Microscope can be enhanced with additional contrast methods like Phase contrast, Polarization and Dark field and discussion/teaching devices to ensure that this model will offer long term functionality to all user levels.
Motic™ Microscope Head, SMZ-171 BH
Stereo microscope head employing the Greenough stereoscopic optical system for large-scale magnification, distortion-free images, and superior depth of field. Motic™ Microscope Head, SMZ-171 BH is a binocular head with a 45° viewing angle.
Motic™ AE31E Binocular Microscope
Innovatively designed binocular inverted microscope. Motic™ AE31E Binocular Microscope offers CCSI optics combined with innovative mechanical design, high flexibility, and optical brilliance.
Motic™ LWD Condenser for AE2000
Long working distance condenser suitable for phase contrast. Motic™ LWD Condenser for AE2000, when used with phase accessories, facilitates visualization of transparent specimens.
Motic™ BA310POL Binocular Polarization Microscope
Use this polarization microscope for transmitted light samples. Motic™ BA310POL Binocular Microscope is designed for the examination of birefringent samples from petrography and mineralogy, and can also be used for the synthetic materials industry.
Motic™ AE31E Main Body, Trinocular (0:100 option) Microscope
Build your own innovatively designed trinocular inverted microscope. Motic™ AE31E Main Body, Trinocular (0:100 option) Microscope is part of a modular system that incorporating CCSI optics, innovative mechanical design, high flexibility, and optical brilliance.
ZEISS Primovert Inverted Microscope with Phototube
Compact inverted routine microscope that combines efficiency and optical performance. This inverted microscope is configured for transmitted light brightfield and phase contrast. This system is ideal for cell culture, routine work and quick & easy imaging.
Medline Scientific™ Max II Binocular Biological Microscope
The binocular version of the Max series with a choice of objectives types.
Medline Scientific™ Star-24 LED Stereo Microscope
Particularly well suited to viewing specimens at low magnifications and introduces the benefits of LED lighting into the stereo range of microscopes.
Motic™ AE31 Main Body, Binocular Microscope
Build your own innovatively designed binocular inverted microscope. Motic™ AE31 Main Body, Binocular Microscope is part of a modular system that incorporating CCSI optics, innovative mechanical design, high flexibility, and optical brilliance.
Motic Panthera E Trinocular Microscope
For basic work in small life science labs and educational environments.
Medline Scientific™ Magnum Trinocular Microscope
The trinocular version of the Magnum series with a choice of objectives types and LED illumination if preferred.
Motic™ AE31E Trinocular Microscope
Use this microscope for routine live cell inspection. With an easy and flexible set up, it is ideal for University, routine-clinical and lab environments. Motic™ AE31E Trinocular Microscopes offer scale research functions, such as fluorescence and an externally mounted and centrable 30W/6V halogen Koehler illumination.
Motic™ SMZ171 Series Stereo Zoom Microscope
Rotating the zoom knob gives access to the full zoom range of 6,7:1, resulting in a magnification range of 7.5X-50X with standard WF10X/23mm eyepieces. Motic™ SMZ171 Series Stereo Zoom Microscope makes it simple to drive down from sample overview to tiny structures.
Motic™ MB Filter Cube, BA310E
For detection of methylene blue. Motic™ MB Filter Cube, BA310E is suitable for BA310E Microscopes.
Medline Scientific™ Varizoom LED Binocular Zoom Stereomicroscope
A stereoscopic zoom microscope with parallel infinity optics and an optical zoom system.
Motic™ ELWD Condenser for AE31E
Extra-long working distance condenser suitable for phase contrast. Motic™ ELWD Condenser for AE31E, when used with phase accessories, facilitates visualization of transparent specimens.
Motic™ BA210 LED Digital Binocular Microscope
Binocular microscope for basic work in life sciences of biology and medicine.
Motic™ ELWD Condenser for AE2000
Extra-long working distance condenser suitable for phase contrast. Motic™ ELWD Condenser for AE2000, when used with phase accessories, facilitates visualization of transparent specimens.
Optical microscopes are used in many research laboratories, clinical environments, manufacturing operations and other workplaces for the examination of a wide range of biological, medical, industrial or geological specimens.
What are microscopes used for?
- In biological research laboratories for cell culture and microbiology
- In clinical cytology, pathology, haematology and histology laboratories
- In the electronics industry and manufacturing for small component inspection
- In education, teaching or demonstration
What is a Simple Microscope?
A simple microscope uses just one or two standard convex lenses to produce a non-inverted image at low magnification. A traditional magnifying glass is the most basic simple microscope.
What is a Stereo Microscope?
Stereo microscopes are used for the 3D, stereoscopic examination at relatively low magnification of unmounted samples and specimens using reflected, rather than transmitted light. Stereo microscopes are typically used for biological or geological examination, dissection, fine component manipulation, or manufacturing inspection and quality control.
What is a Compound Microscope?
Most microscopes used in the research laboratory and other environments are compound microscopes, so-called because they employ separate objective and eyepiece lens assemblies to produce much greater powers of magnification. They may have monocular, binocular or trinocular eyepieces, or upright or inverted configurations. Samples are presented on covered microscope slides and stage assemblies and are viewed using transmitted light from an appropriate visible or fluorescent source. Compound microscopes may be combined with a digital imaging system where the image is displayed electronically on a large screen and is also made available for subsequent computerised image analysis.