Eclipse Ti2 Inverted Microscope
The Eclipse Ti2 delivers an unparalleled 25mm field of view (FOV) that revolutionizes the way you see. With this incredible FOV, the Ti2 maximizes the sensor area of large-format CMOS cameras without making compromises, and significantly improves data throughput. The Ti2's exceptionally stable, drift-free platform is designed to meet the demands of super-resolution imaging while its unique hardware-triggering capabilities enhance even the most challenging, high-speed imaging applications.
Furthermore, the Ti2's unique, intelligent functions guide users through imaging workflows by gathering data from internal sensors, eliminating the possibility of user errors. In addition, the status of each sensor is automatically recorded during acquisition, providing quality control for imaging experiments and enhancing data reproducibility. In combination with Nikon's powerful acquisition and analysis software, NIS-Elements, the Ti2 is a total innovation in imaging.
The Eclipse Ti-U inverted research microscope from Nikon is our universal model that can be configured for use with additional motorised components allowing you to build up a microscope to meet many of today?s demanding microscopy techniques. The Ti-U comes in a choice of two models with a standard three port model or expanded four port model which gives you access to a bottom port when your application demands you capture every single photon.
The Eclipse Ti-U uses Nikon?s world-famous CFI60 optical system and a wide choice of objectives for bright field, dark field, fluorescence, phase contrast, DIC and modulation contrast microscopy techniques.
The Eclipse MA200 is an inverted materials microscope with an innovative design that has been optimized for digital imaging and ergonomic efficiency. The MA200 uses integrated intelligence to automatically combine captured images with data on their observation settings for more comprehensive documentation.
Additionally, its new and unique box design allows easy access to the sample on the stage and nosepiece, while making the footprint size one third of the conventional model.