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Guide to EVOS objectives

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I need a new microscope system. I see that you offer a number of EVOS systems. How do I choose?

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You should choose based upon the complexity of your labs’ analyses and whether you need transmitted (color) camera imaging or fluorescent (monochrome) camera imaging, or both. At routine/basic analyses, we offer the EVOS XL Core Imaging System for simple transmitted light imaging (typically used in cell culture facilities) or the FLoid Cell Imaging Station for dedicated three-color fluorescence imaging. The EVOS XL Imaging System differs from the EVOS XL Core Imaging System in that it has a larger monitor, a five objective turret (only four objectives with the EVOS XL Core instrument), can be networked, and can perform cell counting.

If you need more options for fluorescent wavelengths, cell counting, or time-lapse imaging, you may consider the EVOS FL Imaging System or the EVOS FL Auto Imaging System. The EVOS FL Auto Imaging System is our most versatile option, featuring automated imaging and more. It has both color and monochrome camera options, and can even be paired with our EVOS Onstage Incubator system.

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Application Note: Guide to setting up hypoxic conditions on the EVOS FL Auto Imaging System with Onstage Incubator

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Application Note: Phagocytosis visualized on the EVOS FL Auto Imaging System with Onstage Incubator

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Can the light cubes used in the EVOS FL imaging systems also be used in the Countess II FL Automated Cell Counter?

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Yes, the Countess II FL instrument uses the same light cubes as the EVOS imaging systems. The Countess II instrument does not use light cubes.

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Application Note: Collecting Z-stack image sequences on the EVOS FL Auto Cell Imaging System

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Brochure: EVOS imaging systems

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Application Note: Quantitation of proliferating cells with the EVOS FL Auto Imaging System

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EVOS Vessel Holders

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Technical Note: Practical Tips for Cellular Quantification and Imaging Using Thermo Scientific Varioskan LUX Multimode Reader and Invitrogen EVOS FL Auto Cell Imaging System

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EVOS Powercords

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What is the difference between the FLoid Cell Imaging Station and the EVOS FL imaging systems?

Answer

The FLoid Cell Imaging Station is a simple, easy-to-use transmitted-light and three-color fluorescence microscope. The three fluorescent colors, blue, green, and visible red (Texas Red dye) are set and cannot be changed to other filter sets. The magnification is also set with a 20x objective; this objective cannot be removed or changed.

On the other hand, the EVOS FL Imaging Systems are easy-to-use transmitted-light and fluorescence microscopes that allow the user access to the objective turret and light cube tray to permit multiple options for magnification and fluorescence detection. The EVOS FL Imaging Systems allow the use of 23 different light cubes and 18 different objectives (from 2x to 100x).

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Brochure: Automated imaging and high-content analysis

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Brochure: EVOS Cell Imaging and Analysis Systems

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EVOS FL Auto Imaging System

Version: MAN0007986 Rev C.0 (17 July 2014)