Eclipse Ni-E, Nikon's top-of-the-line motorized upright microscope, was developed to meet the increasing demands for sophistication and automation of research. Eclipse Ni-E boasts flexible system expandability and supports a broad range of advanced research applications.
With its robust performance, bright and sharp optical system, flexible stratum structure and motorized options, the Eclipse Ni-U is the standard model in Nikon's advanced upright microscope series. It can support a wide range of observations, from clinical examinations to bioscience research.
To meet the demands of clinical laboratory specialists and researchers, Nikon has reviewed all aspects of microscope usability to develop the Eclipse Ci series of microscopes, which combine superior functionality with operational ease. The Ci is designed to ensure nature posture during viewing of images, sample changing and image capture. Bright, eco-friendly LED illumination reduces the need for frequent lamp replacement*. A variety of accessories are available that support various imaging techniques.
The Eclipse FN1, developed especially for electrophysiological research, features enhanced operability to facilitate patch-clamp experiments. Advantages offered by the FN1 include slim body, streamlined structure, improved electrode placement, long working distance, and greater noise reduction. A deeper area of the specimen can be observed clearly with infrared (IR) light.
With the Eclipse E200, Nikon has designed a simple and easy-to-use system that reduces fatigue from use over long periods. With a robust structure and anti-mold design, the Eclipse E200 offers high quality and accuracy that can be retained for years even in hot and humid environments.
Features newly developed high-intensity LED illumination, providing uniform brightness in the entire field of view. A halogen illumination model is also available. Nikon's infinity corrected optics, designed especially for the Eclipse E100 microscope, uses state-of-the-art technology to produce outstanding performance. Nikon's CFI* optics achieve flat, sharp images that minimize distortion. Transparent specimens can be observed with phase contrast observation. Featuring a simple and easy-to-use design for beginners, strong rigidity to ensure high accuracy and a long life, and an easy-to-store structure, the Eclipse E100 is the perfect choice for a variety of purposes, including educational and routine laboratory research.