The Invitrogen EVOS™ FL Auto 2 Imaging System is a high-performance, fully-automated, inverted, multi-channel fluorescence and transmitted light imaging system.
The Invitrogen EVOS FL Auto 2 Imaging System offers you these important advantages:
• Outstanding image quality and versatility with a 5-position objective turret, 4-color fluorescence and transmitted light channels, plus color and B/W cameras
• Exceptional usability with fully automated X/Y scanning stage, autofocus, and acquisition routines
• High-speed image acquisition coupled with multi-position well scanning. Z-stack and tile-stitch options lend power and flexibility to your data generation.
• Fully integrated time-lapse live cell imaging using the optional EVOS Onstage Incubator for precise control of temperature, gases for normoxic or hypoxic conditions and humidity
• Powerful image analysis capabilities for cell segmentation and quantification with the optional Celleste™ Image Analysis Software
|Model No.:||EVOS FL Auto|
|Year of manufacture:||2018|
- Illumination LED light cubes (>50,000-hour life per light cube) with adjustable intensity
- Simultaneously accommodates 4 fluorescence cubes plus bright-field imaging.
- Contrast methods fluorescence and transmitted light (bright-field and phase-contrast)
- Objective capacity 5-position; front-mounted control
- Cameras high-sensitivity 1.3 MP CMOS monochrome camera with 1,328 x 1,048 pixels; high-sensitivity 3.2 MP CMOS color camera with 2,080 x 1,552 pixels
- Captured images 16-bit monochrome TIFF or PNG; 8-bits per channel TIFF, PNG, or JPG; time-lapse AVI
- Condenser 60 mm LWD condenser, 4-position turret with a clear aperture and 3-phase annuli
- Stage Motorized X/Y scanning stage; travel range 120 x 80 mm with submicron resolution.
- Drop-in inserts to receive vessel holders, and lockdown holders to fix sample in place during long scans
- LCD display 23 in. high-resolution touchscreen color monitor (also fully controllable via mouse)
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