Watch our brief (2:39) intro showing you how easy it is to add fluorescence to virtually any existing stereo microscope in about 30 seconds.
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Are you entering your first faculty position in academic year fall 2018 – fall 2019 or do you know someone who is? Read about the annual KEY Award for New Faculty. The recipient is granted a NIGHTSEA Fluorescence Adapter system with two excitation/emission combinations plus $750 in supplies from the Electron Microscopy Sciences (EMS) catalog!
The Model SFA Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter is a complete solution for adding fluorescence to existing stereo microscopes. It includes everything you need for adapting (not converting) just about any stereo microscope. You can purchase any of the 6 modular wavelength combinations that you need now and add more at any time. And best of all – it’s just $1,095 to get started with the complete setup for one color.
A complete system with one excitation/emission combination includes just 6 items:
You only need the first group one time. Wavelength combinations are supplied in a light + filter set consisting of a light head, barrier filter, and viewing shield in a custom foam-lined box. The light head and filters can be removed and replaced in seconds, and color coding ensures that you are using the right combination. All components are also available a la carte.
Interested in how this product came into existence? Read the origin story.
Master distributor – Electron Microscopy Sciences
Local microscope dealers – The Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter and its accessories are available from select local microscope dealers. If one of them referred you to the NIGHTSEA web site for more information, please go back to that reseller to place your order.
|UV – Ultraviolet||360 – 380nm||415nm longpass|
|VI – Violet||400 – 415nm||450nm longpass|
|RB – Royal Blue||440 – 460nm||500nm longpass|
|RB-GO – Royal Blue, Green Only||440 – 460nm||500 – 560nm bandpass|
|CY – Cyan||490 – 515nm||550nm longpass|
|GR – Green||510 – 540nm||600nm longpass|