An inverted microscope for looking at tissue cultures. An inverted microscope is a microscope with the objectives and turret below the stage facing up and the light source and condenser on top, above the stage.
An inverted microscope’s stage is typically fixed, and the objective lens is moved along a vertical axis to bring it closer to or further away from the specimen to change the focus. A dual concentric knob for coarse and fine adjustment is typically present on the focus mechanism.
A rotating turret known as a nosepiece may be equipped with four to six objective lenses of various magnifications, depending on the size of the microscope. These microscopes can also be equipped with add-ons for confocal scanning, fluorescent lighting, still and video cameras, and a variety of other uses.
The Global inverted microscope market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The research-grade inverted fluorescence microscope MF53-N is equipped with a large field of view eyepiece, a new binocular lens tube, a 10x/23 (optional 10x/25) magnification, and a 4x/10x/20x/40x high transmittance semi-complex fluorescent objective.
In addition, a new optical path optimization completely resolves the issue of the previous version’s halo yellow edge, and the bright field adopts warm white The wide spectrum high-power LED light source has replaced the fluorescent light source (PS: The light source can also be used with four different brands of microscopes from around the world!)
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With a broad field of view eyepiece, the number of fields of vision can reach 22mm, making observation more flat and pleasant. A flat field objective with a working distance of 5x, 10x, 20x, or 50x can produce an imaging effect with high resolution and strong contrast. The microscope also has polarizing accessories that can be used to achieve polarizing observation.
For widefield, confocal, and multiphoton imaging, Thorlabs’ Modular Inverted Microscopy Platform offers a complete solution. A variety of applications, including fluorescence, in vivo, ex vivo, 3D, high-resolution, high-speed (video-rate), and live tissue imaging, are supported by the robust and adaptable inverted microscope.
With key features offered by our upright systems, such as multiple imaging modalities, accessory ports, and easily accessible light paths, this platform is created to meet the requirements of labs working in cell biology and other life science applications that require an inverted microscopy platform.
The Highlights column lists the salient features that distinguish our Veneto inverted microscope platform from other inverted microscopes, while the Functions tab provides further information on the supported imaging techniques and practical features. Users of this platform have access to internal optomechanics and optics for do-it-yourself modification, and it is accessible as a turnkey system.
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