EVOS XL Core Cell Imaging System
The EVOS® XL Core Cell Imaging System is the perfect addition to any cell culture room or facility. Ergonomically designed, the all-in-one XL Core system can fit into your tissue culture hood or on an adjacent bench, making it easy for you to quickly analyze the status of your cell cultures.
See the gallery of beautiful images taken with the EVOS® XL Core Cell Imaging System.
EVOS® XL Core Application Videos
|Attribute||EVOS® XL Core Detail|
|Optics||Infinity-corrected optical system; RMS-threaded objectives with 45 mm parfocal distance|
|Illumination||Adjustable-intensity LED (>50,000-hour life per light cube)|
|Contrast methods||Transmitted light (bright field and phase contrast)|
|Objectives||4x, 10x, 20x, 40x; plan LWD phase, infinity;
Optional 2x (no phase)
|Objective turret||4-position, manual control|
|Condenser||3-position turret for bright field and phase contrast|
|Condenser working distance||60 mm|
Fixed stage (AMEX1000);
Optional mechanical stage (AMEP4712):
|Focus mechanism||Coaxial focus knobs with tension control:
|LCD display||12.1” high-resolution (1,024 x 768 pixels) color monitor with adjustable tilt|
|Camera||Color: 1/2” 2,048 x 1,536, 3.1 megapixels|
|Image acquisition||Embedded operating system with imaging software for image capture and save via mouse or front-mounted manual buttons|
|Captured images||Color camera: 24-bit full-color TIFF or PNG; JPEG, BMP (2,048 x 1,536 pixels)|
|Output ports||2 USB 2.0 ports|
|Power supply||AC adaptor; input 100–240 V, 47–63 Hz; output 12 V DC/2.0 A 24 W max|
|Dimensions||Height: 533 mm (21.0 in)
Depth: 406 mm (6.0 in)
Width: 318 mm (12.5 in)
|Weight||9.1 kg (20.1 lb);
10.0 kg (22.1 lb) with mechanical stage
EVOS® XL Core Citations
- Zhao C et al. (2013) Dual functionality of antimicrobial and antifouling of poly(n-hydroxyethylacrylamide)/salicylate (PolyHEAA/SA) hydrogels. Langmuir doi:10.1021/la304511s
- Béaslas O et al. (2012) Silencing of OSBP-related protein 8 (ORP8) modifies the macrophage transcriptome, nucleoporin p62 distribution, and migration capacity. Exp Cell Res 318(15):1933–1945.
- Berk E et al. (2012) Lymphocyte-polarized dendritic cells are highly effective in inducing tumor-specific CTLs. Vaccine 30(43):6216–6224.
- Liu Q et al. (2012) Amino acid-based zwitterionic poly(serine methacrylate) as an antifouling material. Biomacromolecules 14(1):226–231.
- Zorniak M et al. (2012) Differential expression of 2′,3′-cyclic-nucleotide 3′-phosphodiesterase and neural lineage markers correlate with glioblastoma xenograft infiltration and patient survival. Clin Cancer Res 18(13):3628–3636.
EVOS® XL Core Resources
|EVOS® XL Core Software Update