Fluorescence Microscopes

A fluorescent microscope is a device used to examine the amount and type of fluorescence emitted by a sample. Unlike a conventional microscope, a fluorescent microscope creates readable images through the use of irradiation rather than through reflection. This type of microscope is a vital tool in cellular and genetic research, including in the production of three-dimensional images of microbes.

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The Leica DMI4000 B automated inverted research microscope is ideal for scanning cell and tissue cultures. The system features a fluorescence axis for ultra brilliant fluorescence imaging.
The X-Cite exacte ultra stable fluorescence light source employs a DC-powered mercury lamp coupled with proprietary Closed-Loop Feedback technology to provide unmatched short and long-term intensity stability, for imaging protocols lasting from milliseconds to days.
The BX53 semi-motorised fluorescence microscope makes highly efficient imaging possible. Automation enables the imaging of large areas in high magnification and also facilitates multicolour fluorescence.
The MicroTime 100 from PicoQuant is an idea tool for the study of time-resolved photoluminescence of solid samples such as wafers, semiconductors or solar cells.
Bruker’s Vutara 350 is at the leading edge of super-resolution microscopy, making it the world’s first video nanoscope with the fastest super-resolution, single-molecule localization (SML) commercially available.
The X-Cite® 120PC Q offers the same performance and convenience as the X-Cite® 120Q fluorescence illumination system - rich spectral sample excitation with a uniformly illuminated field of view, the convenience of pre-aligned lamps, 2000 hour lamp lifetime, and adjustable iris - with the added option and benefits of a computer controlled microscope light source.
The Ultima In Vivo is specifically designed for researchers using whole animal models with up to 17 inches of clearance under the objective lens. Users can adjust sample or microscope with mounted movable posts to easily achieve the optimum experiment setup for each specimen.
The X-Cite® XLED1 is a high power LED light source designed to optimize fluorophore excitation with unmatched field uniformity at the specimen. Its unique plug-and-play modularity allows the system to evolve alongside changing research applications, with easily interchangeable LED modules.
The X-Cite® 200DC fluorescence microscopy illumination system offers the ultimate combination of optical performance, short term stability and a built-in fast shutter.
The patented DeltaRAM X™ microscope Illuminator is the ideal fluorescence illuminator for quantitative intracellular ion research. It utilizes a galvanometer based random access monochromator that can switch between any wavelength in 2 milliseconds.
Dedicated to life sciences, IMA FLUORESCENCETM is an all-in-one hyperspectral fluorescence microscope perfect for studying the properties of organic and inorganic substances.
The ground-breaking design and revolutionary performance features of the EVOS fl microscope make high-quality fluorescence imaging easier than ever.
The Ultima Multiphoton Microscope is designed for flexibility, resolution, imaging depth and speed. The Ultima is the only multiscanner designed specifically to incorporate a photostimulation light path.
The MicroTime 200 from PicoQuant is the only commercial instrument that provides single molecule sensitivity and extremely high temporal resolution combined with outstanding capabilities and ease-of-use.
Compatible with a variety of user-friendly software packages and camera systems, the Leica DM4000 B LED is the ideal microscope for life science research and clinical applications.
The TC Series makes routine examining of tissue cultures, microbes and other live specimens in petri dishes and culture bottles fast and easy while delivering an excellent performance-to-cost ratio.
The BX63 is completely motorised and is uniquely focused via the nosepiece rather than stage, which enables the stage to be fixed making it more stable.
The new X-Cite 120LED brings a whole new perspective to LED illumination with no compromise. The 120LED offers superior optical power and exceptional field uniformity at the specimen level with the broadest spectrum of fluorescence illumination through manual, PC and TTL control.
With motorized z-focus, motorized and coded 7x nosepiece, fully automated transmitted light axis, and fully automated 5x or 8x fluorescence axis, the automated Leica DM6000 B research microscope provides all transmitted light contrast methods including the world’s first fully automated Differential Interference Contrast (DIC).
With high-performance optics, ergonomic design, and precise 5W LED illumination, the Leica DM IL LED is ideal for cell and tissue culture, micromanipulation, and live cell examinations.
The X-Cite® 120Q excitation light source uses a 120-watt lamp to deliver rich spectral excitation energy and uniform wide-field fluorescence microscope illumination to the sample plane.
Leica Microsystems are pioneers in super-resolution microscopy. The 2007 introduction of the Leica TCS STED heralded a new era of products that break the barriers of diffractionlimited imaging.
Perfectly suited for the analysis of live and unstained biological samples, IMA DARKFIELDTM is an all-in-one hyperspectral imager offering speed and state-of-the-art image quality.