Optical microscope MI 1400 series
laboratorybiologicalmedical

optical microscope
optical microscope
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Characteristics

Type
optical
Applications
laboratory, biological, medical, for the pharmaceutical industry, for research
Ergonomics
inverted
Observation technique
for live cells
Configuration
benchtop
Options and accessories
with LCD screen

Description

The inverted microscope is an optical microscope variant designed for observation and analysis of living cells or organisms under natural conditions. It is also used for micromanipulation and metallurgical applications. These microscopes are extremely useful tools for cutting-edge research in biology, mediacal and pharmaceutical science. Diverse acquisition and analysis methods, multiple accessories avaliable and different configuration of light conditions, filters, objectives, cameras and stands and samplers. MI 1400 Series The MI 1400 Series is the new development by Microptik for inverse microscopy. With improved development in design, position and accessories to expand your research capabilities. With customizable hardware building blocks for targeted applications,and easier and more flexible operation: Light sources Light filters Samplers Wide range of digital cameras Smart-eye Pad (camera + PC) With the software package developed by Microptik, for any possible application. Defects recognition, identification, characterization; image analysis, particle size and shape distribution, morphometric filtering, sorting, etc. Screening mode for multi microwell plate, phase contrast mode, confocal imaging applications, dynamic analysis for living cells, fluorescence microscopy.... Customizable setup and tailored software for any possible application!

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