Transmitted-light imaging

Transmitted-light imaging  

EVOS cell imaging systems are designed to eliminate the complexities of microscopy without compromising on performance. These units combine all features of a digital inverted microscope workstation into a single, compact device that can be mastered in minutes. Whether you’re capturing tissue images for publication or counting cells in a culture hood, these systems are designed to be easier, smarter, and faster.

EVOS imaging systems brochure

See the entire portfolio of easy to use cell imaging instruments that can be configured with a variety of objectives, light cubes, and vessel holders to meet your research needs.

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Which system is right for you?

Thermo Fisher Scientific offers a transmitted-light imaging solution to fit your application—you choose the system that is right for you based on the imaging applications you want to run. Any or all of the following could influence your choice of platform:

  • Imaging in the cell culture hood
  • Cell-counting capability
  • Time-lapse imaging
  • Onstage incubator with environmental control

Use the selection guide below to find a system that fits you.

Transmitted-light/colorimetric imaging selection guide

  EVOS XL Core

Perfect for cell culture and routine cell maintenance

Perfect for more advance colorimetric assays

Perfect for a variety of advanced automated imaging applications
High-resolution LCD display 12.1” 15” 22” Touch screen monitor
Camera Color CMOS Color CMOS Dual monochrome (CCD) and color (CMOS)
Transmitted-light (brightfield & phase-contrast)
Epifluorescence imaging    
Fits in tissue culture hood    
Time-lapse imaging  
Onstage incubator    
High-resolution image mapping    
Cell counting  
Weight 9.1 kg (20.1 lb) 15.3 kg (33.7 lb) 20 kg (44.1 lb)
Dimensions   H: 55.3 cm (21.0")
  W: 31.8 cm (12.5")
  D: 40.6 cm (16.0")
  H: 57.8 cm (22.8")
  W: 35.5 cm (14.0")
  D: 47.0 cm (18.5")
  H: 32.2 cm (12.7")
  W: 34.3 cm (13.5")
  D: 47.2 cm (18.6")

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