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Motic AE2000

Motic's new AE2000 inverted microscope is the ideal instrument for routine live cell inspection in both educational and high grade applications.

Uniquely integrated features like the  Auto cut-off mode and the Ergo tube are focused on enhancing its performance during the rigours of daily use.

Designed for routine lab or clinical work as well as research requirements in Pharmaceutical laboratories and Universities, the AE2000 is more than capable of fulfilling the expectations of its users.

Superb optical quality can be expected from a brand new optical series of Motic's proven CCIS Infinity Optical System brightfield and phase contrast lenses.

Binocular and Trinocular versions come standard with 10x eyepieces, BF4x , Ph10x and Ph 20x phase objectives.

Additionally 12.5x and 15x widefield eyepieces plus brightfield and phase contrast objectives  40x.  


For the phase contrast optics a fully centerable phase slider is supplied.

A choice of condensers can be used depending on the application ,sample container type and height required.

The AE2000 can be supplied with  Halogen or LED lamp unit depending on preference.

A  'Sleep Mode' device employing an IR sensor detects when the operator has moved away from the microscope and automatically turns off the illumination after 15 minutes, when the operator returns to the microscope the sensor restores the power.

Mechanical stage, specimen holders, camera adapters and cameras complete the series.