Microscope Cage Incubator offers controlled environment.

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Providing precisely controlled temperature, CO2/air mixture, and humidity, CO2 Microscope Cage Incubator maintains all required environmental conditions for cell culture around microscopy workstation to enable prolonged observations of biological specimens. Windows on front and side panels allow full access to microscope, while quick-release hinges allow 5-min removal of enclosure when not needed. Optional light obscuring panels are available for fluorescence experiments.



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CO2 Microscope Cage Incubator



The CO2 Microscope Cage Incubator from Okolabs is designed to maintain all the required environmental conditions for cell culture around your microscopy workstation.

Temperature, CO2 /Air Mixture, and Humidity are precisely controlled enabling prolonged observations on biological specimens.

Enclosing the microscope protects it from changes of ambient temperature and minimizes thermal focus drift.

CO2 is mixed with air in the control unit and is continuously fed into a micro-environmental chamber placed on the microscope stage. Temperature is maintained by blowing warmed air into the cage. A tiny thermocouple, inserted into a reference well near the sample, provides feedback control.

Features include windows on the front and side panels which allow full, easy access to the microscope.

Quick release hinges allow 5-minute removal of the enclosure when not needed and optional light obscuring panels are available for fluorescence experiments.

The systems are custom designed to meet your specific requirements.

Warner Instruments is a designer and manufacturer of biomedical devices for the electrophysiological, cellular and neurological sciences.

For more information contact:
Warner Instruments
1125 Dixwell Avenue
Hamden, CT 06514 USA
Toll Free: 800-599-4203
Phone: 203-776-0664
Fax: 203-776-1278
E-mail: pr@warneronline.com
Web: www.warnerinstruments.com

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