i-5 Epi-Fluorescent (LED 485nm) Infinity Microscope, Trinoc head, 4-10-20-40-100 Infinity Semi Plan objectives, epi module

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i-5 Epi-Fluorescent (LED 485nm) Infinity Microscope, Trinoc head, 4-10-20-40-100 Infinity Semi Plan objectives, epi module

Manufacturer: LW Scientific
Model: i-5 Epi-Fluorescent Trinoc head
Product Code: I4S-EPT5-IPL3

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Block Scientific, the household name for all kinds of new and refurbished lab equipment offers a comprehensive line of reliable microscopes from the popular manufacturer – LW Scientific. Based in Bellport, New York, we serve clients based not just anywhere in the U.S but also in other parts of the globe. If you are looking to buy the i-5 Epi-Fluorescent (LED 485nm) Infinity Microscope, Trinoc head, 4-10-20-40-100 Infinity Semi Plan objectives, epi module, you have come to the right place.

Multi-Purpose

Fluorescent Microscope

With integrated LED technology for both bright field and epifluorescence microscopy, this i-5 epi fluorescent microscope is apt for multi-purpose requirements. The Lumin™ epifluorescence module converts a standard i4 or i5 microscope to a fully functional epifluorescence microscope. The resulting images rival those obtained from traditional, expensive epifluorescence systems.

Features

  • Crisp Imaging
  • High on Clarity
  • Suitable for labs on a restricted budget

The Lumin i5 range is suitable for viewing a range of pathogens including those indicative of respiratory diseases, autoimmune diseases such as lupus and arthritis, celiac disease, tuberculosis, malaria, and for use in the fields of rheumatology, pathology, gynecology, and nephrology.

To Purchase this Product

To get the i-5 Epi-Fluorescent (LED 485nm) Infinity Microscope, Trinoc head, 4-10-20-40-100 Infinity Semi Plan objectives, epi module, for a competitive price, visit our online store. For more information about other models of fluorescence microscopes we offer, dial 631-589-1118 or send an e-mail to info@blockscientific.com.