Microscopes

Olympus BX61 fluorescence microscope

The Olympus BX61 is an excellent platform for automated inspection and analysis of microscopic details. All motorized components, including the control of the frame’s internal z drive focus (0.01 step), can be managed by our Discover software series. The BX61 utilizes the newly introduced UIS2 optics – an advanced design with specialized coatings yielding superior resolving power and enhanced performance across wavelengths ranging from UV-near IR.

Olympus BX61 fluorescence microscope

ZEISS Axio Zoom.V16

The Zeiss Axio Zoom.V16 motorized fluorescence stereo zoom microscope for biology combines a 16x zoom with a high numerical aperture of NA 0.25. This microscope provides superior brightness in large object fields. With the Zeiss Axio Zoom.V16 fluorescence zoom microscope for large samples you can view complete model organisms in fluorescence contrast.

Axiozoom

ZEISS PALM Microbeam IV

The Zeiss PALM MicroBeam IV Laser-capture Microdissection System is a laser-capture microdissection system that uses laser beams to precisely micro-dissect out specific cells and tissues of interest under a microscopic objective lens for further characterization of the dissected samples, such as genomic analysis. 

Image of the PALM ZEISS system

PixCell II (Arcturus)

The PixCell II system uses an infrared laser in combination with thermoadhesive caps that are melted onto the cells of interest.

Image of the Pixcel II LCM

Olympus stereomicroscope

Olympus discussion microscope

Olympus phase contrast inverted optical microscope