Laboratory and Test Slides

Microscopes and Slides come in multiple variants.
Laboratory and Test Slides

Microscopes and Slides come in multiple variants.

Available with range of objectives, including Achromat, Semi-Plan, and Plan Achromat, microscopes include basic and advanced models as well as Epi-Fluorescence and Stereo-Zoom models with such unique features as trinocular camera and video mounts. Ultra™ Clear Positively Charged Microscope Slides, offered inÂ- various colors and edge styles, provide surface suited for cell and tissue...

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Coverslipper is optimized for consistency and throughput.
Laboratory and Test Slides

Coverslipper is optimized for consistency and throughput.

Intended for use in cytogenetics, immunohistochemistry, and cytology laboratories, ClearVue(TM) ensures coverslips are positioned correctly in relation to slides and tissue without user intervention, improving laboratory workflow and throughput. It can manage up to 11 slide racks simultaneously and automatically adjusts mountant volume. While gripper return plate with extended front face ensures...

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Laboratory and Test Slides

Ruling Slides measure fluorescent microscope stability.

Precision Ronchi Ruling Glass Slides are suited for evaluating resolution, field distortion, and parfocal stability of fluorescent microscopes and vision systems. They feature fluorescent backing that allows user to test system performance using same UV light source used in application. All fluorescent rulings are deposited on fused silica substrates, and resolutions are available from 5-600 line...

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