The evolution of upright microscopes

Upright Microscope ECLIPSE Ni Series for Research
Upright Microscope ECLIPSE Ci Series for Laboratory

August 26, 2011

Nikon Corporation (President, Makoto Kimura, Tokyo) is pleased to announce the release on September 1, 2011 of two new innovative series of microscopes: the ECLIPSE Ni series for biological research with advanced "system expandability," superior "optical performance" and "ease of use"; and the ECLIPSE Ci series biological laboratory microscope designed to deliver "comfort" and "durability."

Upright Motorized Microscope ECLIPSE Ni-E
Upright Microscope ECLIPSE Ci-L

Product Information

Product Name Upright Motorized Microscope ECLIPSE Ni-E
Upright Microscope ECLIPSE Ni-U
Upright Motorized Microscope ECLIPSE Ci-E (LED illumination)
Upright Microscope ECLIPSE Ci-L (LED illumination)
Upright Microscope ECLIPSE Ci-S (Halogen illumination)

Available from September 1, 2011

Development Overview

Biological microscopes are used in a wide variety of disciplines ranging from "cutting edge" biological and medical research institutes, universities, hospitals and laboratories.
Biological and medical high-end research utilizes versatile experiment techniques. Research microscopes need to offer high system expandability, superior optical performance and ease of use to satisfy these demands.
For Laboratory microscopes, comfort and durability are essential to reduce user fatigue and maintain performance during long-time observation.
In response to these needs, Nikon Corporation has developed the "ECLIPSE Ni series," a microscope series that advances system expandability and ease of use in addition to acclaimed optical performance; and the "ECLIPSE Ci series" in pursuit of comfort and durability.

Features

[ECLIPSE Ni series]

1. Improved system expandability

2. World top class optical performance

In the current Eclipse series, Nikon adopted the "fly-eye" lens array built into the transmitted light illumination optics to ensure uniform brightness to both eyepieces and digital detectors. Nikon's proprietary noise terminator mechanism is valued to capture high contrast, high signal-to-noise images in fluorescence. In addition to these features, new objective lenses — CFI Plan Apochromat λ series — employ the latest techniques including Nikon's unique "Nano Crystal Coat" to realize high transmission rates, world top class NA (numerical aperture) and chromatic aberration correction across a broad wavelength range. The result is sharp, crisp images with high contrast and resolution.

3. Improved ease of use

We improved the ease of use because experiments are often conducted with eyes on the eyepiece lenses for prolonged periods, or in a darkened room.

4. 3D ergo design

[ECLIPSE Ci series]

1. More eco-friendly

2. More comfort

3. More durable

Specifications

<ECLIPSE Ni-E/U>

Ni-E Ni-U
Main body Optics CFI60 infinity optical system
Illumination 12V100W halogen lamp (built-in fly-eye lens array)
Controller Touch panel controller Simple remote control pad
Eyepiece tube Motorized/Manual quadrocular tilting tube, Ergonomic binocular tube, Trinocular tube, Binocular tube Manual quadrocular tilting tube, Ergonomic binocular tube, Trinocular tube, Binocular tube
Nosepiece Motorized/Manual nosepiece
Focusing system Stage focusing,
Nosepiece focusing
Stage focusing
Stage Motorized/Manual stage Manual stage
Condenser Motorized/Manual condenser Manual condenser
Epi-fluorescence attachment Motorized/Manual filter cube turret

<ECLIPSE Ci-E/L/S>

Ci-E Ci-L Ci-S
Main body Optics CFI60 infinity optical system
Illumination High-intensity LED (with fly-eye lens) 6V30W halogen
Eyepiece tube Ergonomic binocular tube, Trinocular tube, Binocular tube
Nosepiece Motorized nosepiece Manual nosepiece
Stage Manual stage
Condenser Motorized/Manual condenser Manual condenser

The information is current as of the date of publication. It is subject to change without notice.

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