A new standard for inverted microscopes defined by bright high-resolution images and unrivaled usability


The compact high-performance inverted microscopes ECLIPSE TS100 and TS100-F use Eco-illumination, a newly developed LED illumination. Eco-illumination provides enough brightness for phase contrast and NAMC observations. With a fly-eye lens, uniform brightness is provided in the entire field of view. LEDs are an environmentally friendly low-power-consumption light source. Eco-illumination provides a long lifetime of 60,000 hours and reduces the frequency of lamp replacement. A halogen illumination model is also available.
Nikon's highly acclaimed CFI60 optical system is used, providing flat, sharp and clear images, while achieving longer working distances and higher numerical apertures.
  Fly-eye lens
 
Simple, strain-free operation

The coaxial coarse/fine focus knob located in front of and close to the operator makes operation at high magnifications easier than ever before.
 
Efficient, user-friendly stage

The stage features a low-profile design that is 195 mm high, making it the ideal size for a lab bench or safety hood. Even cell cultures on the bottom of a tall flask or stacking chamber vessel can be viewed, because there is 190 mm of space above the stage when the condenser is removed.
Moreover, an acrylic stage ring makes it easy to confirm which objective is being used without removing the specimen from the stage.

 
Phase contrast microscopy has never been easier, thanks to Nikon's innovative Apodized Phase Contrast objectives

To improve images under this method, Nikon developed an innovative series of Apodized Phase Contrast objectives. These objectives produce images with excellent contrast and a much wider tonal range, shedding light on minute details within a specimen.
Viewed with the Apodized
Phase Contrast method
Viewed with the conventional
phase contrast method
 
Model TS100-F is also available.

To accommodate image documentation, Nikon offers a trinocular model as well. The TS100-F comes with a photo port that accepts various digital camera systems.
Supports a wide range of microscope applications
Configuration for epi-fluorescence observation Configuration for Nikon Advanced Modulation Contrast