Dino-Lite Fluorescence Microscopy Print

World's smallest fluorescence microscope

400nm 430nm

Subcutaneous wounds

480nm 510nm

Green fluorescence, zebra fish

480nm 575nm
510nm 610nm

GFP, mcherry

525nm 570nm

Orange fluorescence, DSRed, cyanobacteria

575nm 610nm

Red fluorescence, mCherry

620nm 650nm

mNeptune

AM4115T-CFVW

Subcutaneous wounds

Designed to observe cyan fluorescent protein. This model uses 1 White LED and 7 Violet LEDSs at an excitation of 400nm and includes an emission filter at 430nm. This model can be used to observe the paraffin section of zebrafish and does not require staining, eliminating the standard 7 day waiting period involved in the staining process.

Microscope & software: $849

Microscope, software, stand, & petri dish platform: $948

Details

AM4115T-GFBW

Green fluorescence, zebra fish

AM4115T-GFBW - Designed to observe green fluorescent protein (GFP). This model uses 1 White LED and 7 Blue LEDs at an excitation of 480nm and includes an emission filter at 510nm.

Microscope & software: $869

Microscope, software, stand, & petri dish platform: $968

Details

AM4115T-GRFBY

GFP, mcherry

Designed to observe GFP and MCherry. This model uses 4 Blue LEDs at an excitation of 480nm and 4 Yellow LEDs at an excitation of 575nm which are switchable through the software. This model was designed for applications in which GFP and MCherry are being used in the same specimen, eliminating the need to switch microscopes and/or lighting and filters.

Microscope & software: $899

Microscope, software, stand, & petri dish platform: $998

Details

AM4115T-YFGW

Orange fluorescence, DSRed, cyanobacteria

Designed to observe orange and red fluorescent proteins (DsRed, tdtomato & OFP). This model uses 1 White LED and 7 Green LEDs at an excitation of 525nm and includes an emission filter at 570nm.

Microscope & software: $869

Microscope, software, stand, & petri dish platform: $968

Details

AM4115T-RFYW

Red fluorescence, mCherry

AM4115T-RFYW - Designed to observe red fluorescent protein (mCherry). This model uses 1 White LED and 7 Yellow LEDs at an excitation of 575nm and includes an emission filter at 610nm.

Microscope & software: $849

Microscope, software, stand, & petri dish platform: $948

Details

AM4115T-DFRW

mNeptune

Designed to observe mNeptune protein. This model uses 1 White LED and 7 Red LEDs.

Microscope & software: $869

Microscope, software, stand, & petri dish platform: $968

Details

Model Resolution Magnification Range Magnification Class LED Wavelength
(Nanometer)
LED Configuration Emission Filter
(Nanometer)
FPBase Info
AM4115T-JV 1.3MP 20x - 220x Standard 395, 940 4 x 395, 4 x 940 None
AM4113FIT 1.3MP 20x - 50x, 220x Standard 850 8 x 850 None
AM4115-FIT 1.3MP 20x - 220x Standard 850 8 x 850 None
AM4115-FJT 1.3MP 20x - 220x Standard 940 8 x 940 None
AM4115-FKT 1.3MP 20x - 220x Standard 780 8 x 780 None
AM4115-FVT 1.3MP 20x - 220x Standard 400 8 x 400 None
AM4115T-CFVW 1.3MP 20x - 220x Standard 400 7 x 400, 1 x White 430 link
AF4515T-FUW 1.3MP 20x - 220x Standard 375, White 4 x 375, 4 x White None
AF4515T-FVW 1.3MP 20x - 220x Standard 400, White 4 x 400, 4 x White None
AF4115T-GRFBY 1.3MP 20x - 220x Standard 480, 575 4 x 480, 4 x 575 510, 610 link
AM4115T-RFYW 1.3MP 20x - 220x Standard 575 7 x 575, 1 x White 610 link
AF4515TL-FVW 1.3MP 10x - 140x Low 400, White 4 x 400, 4 x White None
AM4517MT-FUW 1.3MP 20x - 220x Standard 375, White 4 x 375, 4 x White None
AM4117MTW-G2FBW 1.3MP 2x - 50x Low 465 7 x 465, 1 x White 510 - 545 link
AM4117MT-YFGW 1.3MP 20x - 220x Standard 520n 7 x 520, 1 x White 570 - 650 link
AM4117MT-G2FBW 1.3MP 20x - 220x Standard 465 7 x 465, 1 x White 510 - 545 link
AM4117MT-DFRW 1.3MP 20x - 220x Standard 620 7 x 620, 1 x White 655 link

External Lighting via NightSea

Expand the fluorescent lighting capabilities of Dino-Lite microscopes with NightSea fluorescent external lighting and filters.

For more information visit https://www.nightsea.com/products/dino-lite-fluorescence-adapter


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