Nikon inverted microscopes are renowned for optical quality, flexibility, modularity, ease of use, and mechanical precision. Serving as either as a standalone system or by powering the core of complex, multimodal imaging systems, Nikon’s inverted microscopes ensure the highest imaging results for every experiment.
Nikon Eclipse Ti2 Inverted Research Microscopes
Leading platform for advanced imaging.
The Eclipse Ti2 inverted microscope 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.
Nikon Eclipse Ts2R Inverted Research Microscope
A compact inverted research microscope configurable with a wide variety of observation methods.
The Eclipse Ts2R sets a new standard for the inverted research microscope, providing a wide range of observation methods and applications in a compact body that can easily fit in limited laboratory spaces while maintaining excellent operability.
Nikon Eclipse Ts2 Inverted Routine Microscope
Fits in Every Laboratory — Simple to Use & Compact
Utilizing Nikon’s industry-leading CFI60 optical system and LED illumination for both Diascopic and Epi-fluorescence imaging, the Eclipse Ts2 inverted microscope offers brilliantly clear images, enabling more efficient cell culture observation and documentation. Furthermore, a newly developed contrast observation method and improved operability enhances its use for routine laboratory work.