Customized microscope configurations because of consistently implemented modularity. With its unusual flexibility, Axio Scope from Carl Zeiss can be used universally – and is yet individually tailored to your applications.
More economical than ever because you only buy what you need at the moment. You have the option of extending your microscope to meet your growing demands tomorrow. Equally deeply impressing: the cost benefits and the performance. Axio Scope – the latest generation upright routine microscope.
FluoresScience is the name of the new Carl Zeiss initiative focused on the development of excellent fluorescence techniques.
Retrofittable to meet your needs: the reflected-light beam path Axio Scope is exquisitely equipped for fluorescence:
Axio Scope allows you to select the reflector turret or slider you require for your applications. They are quick and easy to attach and give you the flexibility you need.
You can choose between a 2-position slider, a 4-position turret and a 6-position turret. By the way: As a further extra exclusive to Axio Scope, the interface can also be used as a camera port for transmitted-light applications.
The HBO 50 illuminator has been completely redesigned. Its lamp can be removed with the drawer for exceptionally easy, convenient exchange. The HBO 100 is available in a standard and a self-adjusting version.
As an alternative to the HBO lamps, there is the HXP 120 – a long-life, adjustment-free metal halide illuminator with an integrated fast shutter, which can be easily controlled with a manual or pedal switch or by AxioVision.
Extremely durable, cost-effective, convenient to handle and requiring no adjustment whatsoever. The LEDs will save you laborious lamp changes for a very long time, since they are on only when they are actually used in the beam path.
The reflected-light illuminator can be freely loaded with up to four LED modules. Thanks to synchronized switching with the reflector turret, the proper LED is turned on automatically whenever a new reflector module is swiveled into the beam path.
You can control intensity separately for each color. Your settings are maintained when you switch between LEDs. Thus, each of your fluorescence channels is optimally illuminated at any time – a significant plus.
Open for Colibri, the high-end LED fluorescence illumination
Colibri is an alternative light source that is completely integrated in the AxioVision microscope software and allows you to automatically acquire multichannel fluorescence images – on a completely manual microscope stand!
Whether unstained cells, stained histology sections or ground bone sections: now as before, transmitted-light methods are mainstream for many clinical examinations. The interfaces newly designed for Axio Scope are unique. They add unprecedented flexibility to routine microscopy.
The great diversity of contrast methods Axio Scope makes available for your applications is surprising for this microscope class: the classical methods of brightfield, darkfield and phase contrast as well as differential interference contrast (DIC) and – for the first time in any upright microscope – PlasDIC, the low-priced interference contrast alternative from Carl Zeiss.
Optimized for different light source geometries, there are three lower stand parts to choose from.
For all documentation assignments in transmitted-light applications. Available only with Axio Scope. This innovative feature offers you an extra option of using the interface in the infinity space. Use it for your transmitted-light applications instead of the reflected-light reflectors, and gain a fully functional camera port that is independent of the tube and can be retrofitted at any time.