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CKX41 Inverted Laboratory System Microscope

ProductsCKX41 Inverted Laboratory System Microscope
Company Olympus America Scientific
Item CKX41 Inverted Laboratory System Microscope
Features 
  • CKX31 & CKX41 are designed using the (UIS2) infinity-corrected optical system
  • A robust, small footprint frame with triangular base and solid front-to-back support provides exceptional stability and allows the user more room on tabletop
  • Improved optical performance for Phase Contrast and new Relief Contrast
  • A pre-centered slider saves time in configuration of the phase annulus
  • Unique tilting observation tube offers ergonomic positioning for sitting and standing observation (optional on the CKX41 only)
  • Powerful 6V/30W halogen bulb provides significantly enhanced image quality and brightness for observation of cells
  • Glass stage insert provides quick recognition of objective lenses (optional on CKX41 only)
  • Features a fluorescence illuminator; a dual slider for blue and green excitation cubes, and offers a cost effective 50w mercury system (optional on the CKX41 only)
  • Centering-free, common phase annulus for 10x, 20x, and 40x; needs no adjustment (standard with the CKX31)
Description An economical laboratory tissue culture microscope, the CKX41 gives routine users the freedom to expand their applications. Olympus has taken the modular approach to the design of the CKX41. Fluorescence can be used with an add-on illuminator for GFP; documentation of images can be carried out on the CKX41 with photographic capture or digital imaging and video monitoring.
Info Olympus America Scientific
Customer Service: (800) 645-8160
Web site: http://www.olympusamerica.com

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