CELENA S Fluorescence Microscope
- Multicolor fluorescence microscope
- Digital imaging and data analysis in one system
- Live cell monitoring with supported onstage incubation system
- Onboard cell counter for automated cell counting and viability analysis
- Including Z-stack function
Easy imaging with superb image quality
The CELENA™ S digital imaging system allows researchers to easily capture vivid, publication quality images. You can use the CELENA™ S for multiple applications, such as capturing and analyzing multicolor fluorescence images, live cell imaging, and automated cell counting.
Live cell imaging with onstage incubation system
Composed of an environmental chamber, temperature controller, and a gas mixer, the onstage incubation system supports various live cell imaging applications. You can precisely control the temperature (ambient up to 55°C), humidity (22 - 99%), CO₂ levels (0.1 - 20%) and O₂ levels (0 - 21%). Live cells can be monitored with the time lapse function or the growth monitor.
Easy fluorescence microscope: high-quality images at all times
Thanks to various integrated high-end features of the CELENA™ S fluorescence microscope, any scientist, regardless of their expertise level, can easily capture high-quality crisp images in seconds:
All-in-one system: the CELENA™ S combines a microscope, camera, light source, and a computer with software in one, taking you from imaging to data analysis in one sitting.
Multicolor fluorescence and brightfield imaging: long-lasting LEDs and hard-coated optical filters ensure robust fluorescence imaging. Adjustable LEDs allow precise control over the gain and intensity of transmitted light.
Onboard data analysis: analyze your images immediately upon capture. Save measurement data to a USB drive.
Live cell monitoring: monitor live cells with the time lapse function or the growth monitor. Attach the onstage incubator to control the temperature, humidity, and CO₂/O₂ levels.
Cell counting mode: check cell counts and viability with the onboard cell counter.
Z-stack imaging: capture multiple images along the Z-axis