Monday, February 25, 2013

Inverted Microscopes

Inverted Microscopes are not your conventional microscope, however, their purpose and functions are far more useful when observing live cultures and organisms. An inverted microscope differs from a conventional compound or stereo microscope because the lens is below the stage and the light source is illuminating from above instead of below the stage. Some of our inverted microscopes also have options for using a digital camera for viewing images on a TV/ PC. 

Inverted Microscopes are ideal for specimens that are larger, thick in consistency, multidimensional, or collect on the bottom of a flask or dish. Viewing techniques from an inverted microscope are extensive with bright field and polarized light observation capabilities. 

Check out our Inverted Infinity Metallurgical Microscope with 40X-400X and a 9MP Camera

Features Include:

  • An Inverted Optical System
  • Larger stage and extended plate for larger specimens
  • Widefield Eyepieces
  • A 9 MP High Resolution Digital Camera
  • 30 Watt Halogen Bulbs 
  • Bright Field Light Settings
  • Polarized Light Settings

For more information and product specifications regarding our selection of inverted microscopes visit our website at the link here.

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