EXC-500 Microscope Series
Clinical Microscopy, Superb Optics, True-color LED Eco-illumination
ACCU-SCOPE's new EXC-500 Series offers best-in-class performance and value for clinical laboratory and research applications. The newly designed NIS optical system provides sharp, crisp images via Plan achromat or S-Plan APO objectives. The EXC-500 Series' modular design is compatible with many accessories for research, fluorescence, phase contrast and darkfield applications.
A tilting trinocular tube accommodates operators of various builds and postures. The optical path beam splitter offers three different viewing methods (0:100, 100:0, and 80:20).Our revolutionary, rackless mechanical stage with a GorillaTM glass stage insert allows operators to clearly and easily see their stained specimens while moving the slide effortlessly on the stage.
The EXC-500's modular design allows for simple integrations with fluorescence, phase contrast, polarization and darkfield to provide users with a system that can scale as their needs evolve.
ACCU-SCOPE's EXC-500 Series defines a new standard for ergonomics for laboratory operators. Designed for clinical and research environments, the EXC-500 controls are intuitively placed for operator comfort and ease of use diminishing repetitive movements and eye fatigue.
Digital Imaging Made Simple
With a range of viewing heads available, the EXC-500 Series offers unsurpassed imaging efficiency. When combined with our signature Lumenera® Black Series cameras, operator workflow and productivity are enhanced with the Infinity Analyze imaging software allowing for a seamless system for image capture, measurements, annotations and much more.
Optimal LED Eco-illumination for Pathology & Cytology
Engineered with the purpose of providing a solution for operators attempting to detect purples, cyans and reds, the EXC-500 Series utilizes a white LED with a high color rendering index that is similar to halogen allowing for color renderings that are equal to those of halogen lamp images. The motion sensing Eco-illumination automatically turns off the transmitted LED illuminator when it detects the operator has left for 30 minutes, saving both energy and lamp life.