The Jenco Epifluorescence Inverted Microscope (BC-364) is ideally suited for florescence illumination for live cells and allows you to quickly locate fluorescent tagged items while saving money in your laboratory. The (BC-364) Epifluorescence inverted microscope from Jenco uses four single band filter cubes and size objectives to deliver a brightly resolved image for identifying proteins and other specimens with a cell.
The Jenco Epifluorescence Inverted Microscope (BC-364) delivers sharp images though the bottom of a culture vessel because of the superior long walk distance phase contrast objectives. Examine large roller bottles for standing flasks with a swing out feature of the long working distance phase contrast objectives. Custom filter sets are also available.
The Jenco Epifluorescence Inverted Microscope (BC-364) has a Seidentopf design with an incline of 30° and 55-75mm interpupillary adjustments with 360° rotation. The Epiflourecence Inverted microscope also features a quintuple ball bearing reversed nose piece and 10x focal length, 25mm eye pieces and FN 20mm. The focus mechanism has adjustable tension contorls to eliminate drift and an adjustable up-stop to protect the objective lens. Dial markers are indicated in 0.002mm increments. The condenser has a 1.25 N.A. 2 element Abbe with iris diaphragm and rack and pinion focusing. A Kohler Illumination system has a field diaphragm 30 watt 6 volt halogen bulb with electronic dimmer.
Jenco Epifluorescence Inverted Microscope (BC-364) feature a reflected mercury lamp and power supply type HBO 100W/2. The fixed stage measures 8.25 x 0.59x 8.875 inch and an optional attachable mechanical stage with coaxial X-Y controls is also available.