EVOS Cell Imaging Systems

Superb optics, integrated usability, compact, simple yet powerful.

Designed by biologists for biologists, EVOS imaging systems incorporate high-resolution cameras, bright and digitally controlled LED light sources, and intuitive software to help you capture stunning, publication-quality images in just a few clicks. These fully automated, multichannel fluorescence or brightfield microscopes feature advanced imaging tools to handle time-lapse movies, multiwell plate scanning, image stitching and tiling, and cell counting.

 

Easy to learn and affordable, EVOS systems are designed to eliminate the complexities of high-end microscopy without compromising performance. EVOS microscopes are exceptionally versatile and ideal for a broad range of imaging applications, delivering superb images and data in no time, over time, every time at an exceptional value.

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EVOS cell imaging system capabilities

Stunning, easy-to-capture images

In just a few clicks, capture clear, bright, publication-quality images and videos that help you tell the story of your data.

Enhanced safety, minimal handling

Safety is enhanced through onscreen (non-ocular) display, automated controls, swift decontamination, and easy routine maintenance. Control focus, zoom, pan, even stage movement through software.

Powerful, intuitive software

As easy to learn as it is to operate. Includes an array of tools such as Z-stacking, which helps you automatically assemble images from different focal planes into a single, optimally focused image.

Versatile across applications

Supports a range of applications such as visualization of wound healing over time.

 

Live-cell imaging

With the Onstage Incubator option (on the M7000 or M5000), you can take time-lapse images of live-cell cultures to capture cellular dynamics within the incubator.

Advanced image analysis

With the Celleste Image Analysis Software option, automatically quantify and analyze cellular images. Advanced deconvolution and object visualization tools help you make the most of your images.

 

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.