labForce Microscope Selection

labForce has a selection of microscopes with precision optics to handle any application your laboratory requires.

Upright Polarizing Compound Microscopes

Outstanding Views - Superb image resolution

Polarized light is an optical technique using two filters/polarizers oriented at right angles to each other (crossed polarization) for viewing birefringent samples. labForce microscopes utilize outstanding optics and precision engineered mechanisms to ensure concentric field of views for accurate identification and superb performance in two different microscope styles.

Upright Fluorescent Compound Microscopes

Outstanding Views - Superb image resolution

Well suited for Fluorescence technique, this labForce microscope expands the base system models with these features as standard:

  • Four fluorescent filters with high signal to noise ratios for bright emissions, thanks to superior coatings (see filter specs)
  • Four high transmission Planachromat objectives deliver excellent clarity, flatness and color reproduction
  • Two light sources, LED from below the stage, transmitted light; and a choice of either Mercury bulb 100W or an LED of equal brightness from above, incident light.
Inverted Compound Microscopes

3 Series, 1 Family of Outstanding Optics, Superb Image Resolution

All series feature easy operational controls for light intensity, phase contrast objective selection and stage positioning, providing comfort in use.

Stereo Zoom Microscopes

Outstanding Views - Superb image resolution

Excellent clarity, flatness to perimeter makes identification fast and easy.

Upright Light Compound Microscopes

Three series of Upright Light Compound Microscopes are available to choose from, all with outstanding optics and superb image resolution. All models use microscope slides.

Stereo, Fixed Magnification Microscopes

The Stereo microscope provides a large stage for sample manipulation while fitting in a storage cabinet. The illuminated stands permit light from three directions (above, below or both) to help observe opaque or transparent samples. Solid, all-metal focus mechanisms endure extensive student use.