Scientists have overcome many live cell imaging challenges using advanced techniques such as TIRF, confocal, FRET, photoactivation and microinjection. At the center of it all is the Eclipse Ti, a powerful system that provides instant access to all of these techniques plus revolutionary Nikon CFI60 optics. Available in three models, the Eclipse microscope Ti series offers improved system speed, increased flexibility and efficient multi-mode microscopy as part of a fully-integrated microscope system that is ideal for high-end research and live cell imaging.
All buttons and control switches for motorized operation are designed considering ease of operation, visibility and understandability. Users can concentrate on their research without being hindered by microscope operations.
Operation Buttons on Both Sides and Front of the Microscope Body
Fluorescence filter changeover, objective changeover, objective retraction, Z-axis coarse/fine changeover, PFS on/off control and offset storage, diascopic illumination on/off control can be operated quickly with easy-to identify buttons on the microscope body.
Newly Developed Joystick and Ergonomic Controllers
High-speed motorized XY stage and Z-axis can be controlled using the joystick or ergo controller units. The joystick also allows a custom programmed speed adjustment with precise and natural operational feel.
VFD Screen and Operation Buttons on the Front of the Microscope Body
Microscope status including attached objective information and on/off condition of the PFS can be confirmed on the display at a glance.
PFS Offset Dial
The PFS offset is within easy reach to facilitate control. Coarse/fine switching is possible with simple button operation.
Remote Controller Touch Panel and Preset Buttons
The microscope can be operated and microscope status is confirmed with icons. Also, observation conditions can be memorized with preset buttons. This enables switching observations from phase contrast to fluorescence with a single touch of a button, allowing the user to concentrate on observation without stress or averting attention from the task.
Sophisticated Original Slant Design
By inclining the front part of the microscope’s body slightly backward the distance between the operator’s eyepoint and the specimen has been reduced by about 40mm, improving visibility and ergonomic design.