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- Brand: Olympus
- Product Code: SM100211
Nikon Eclipse TE2000-U Inverted Fluorescence Microscope w/ Motorized Z Axis
The Predecessor to Nikon Eclipse Ti2-U Inverted Fluorescence Microscope
- Fully Functional
- Fully Serviced
- Good Condition
- Optics Cleaned
- Warranty 180 Days
- Brand New Fluorescence Filter sets
- Savings between $20,000 and $65,000
- Multiple Nikon TE2000-U Microscopes on hand
- We offer microscope training packages if you are a new user or a Pro (such as Micromanager training)
Nikon Eclipse TE2000-U Inverted Fluorescence Microscope Overview and Application
(Final microscope capabilities will depend on the configuration you choose)
Research Grade Microscope
Available Configurations :
Brightfield, Phase Contrast, and Fluorescence Illumination options
Darkfield, DIC, and Polarization configurations may also be available *subject to availability (we often have a few DIC sets on hand)
Microscope can be configured for magnification between 40x and 1000x (with 10x Eyepieces)
Can be configured with:
DAPI, FITC, Texas Red, CY3, CY5, UV range, or other wavelengths you need (Blue, Green, Red, and other colors)
LED, Metal Halide, Xenon Light Fluorescence sources
CCD, sCMOS Cameras,
Various objectives available to offer you the best image
It can be configured with the following motorized components
Motorized XY Stage
High-quality imaging of live cells, tissues, and microorganisms
Nikon TE2000-U Base with a Mechanical Z axis
Fluorescence Light Path:
Nikon fluorescence lightpath with a motorized shutter
Fluorescence Illumination: (upgrades to Metal Halide, Xenon, or LED available)
Nikon 100 Watt full spectrum HBO lamp and power supply
Fluorescence filter cube turret:
Motorized 6-position filter cube turret
Fluorescence filters:(various filter sets available for sale such as FITC, Texas Red, DAPI, CY3, others)
Three empty filter cubes
Three Brand New sets of DAPI, FITC, and Texas Red filters. (We can also substitute them for new CY3 or CY5)
We stock many other used filters. Please Inquire.
Nikon 100 Watt halogen light source
Nikon 100 Watt halogen power supply
Manual 6-position objectives turret
Objectives:(various other objectives available, Fluor, APO, Phase contrast)
4x/0.13 CFI Plan Fluor objective
10x/0.25 CFI Plan Fluor objective
20x/0.75 CFI Plan Apo VC objective (very high-end objectives, normally used inside Illumina HiSeq DNA Sequencer)
Mechanical XY Stage
Stage Insert/Medium: (upgrades to motorized stages available)
Mechanical XY stage can be used with microplates, slides, Petri dishes, and flasks.
Three camera ports
100% Eyepiece,0% Camera
80% Eyepiece, 20% Left Port
100% Left Port
1x C-mount adapter
Camera: (upgrades to CCD and SCMOS available)
CMOS USB 3.0 10MP Camera
Laptop computer and mouse
Micromanager w/ImageJ Software
Necessary power and communication cables
Software capabilities as Nikon TE2000-U Microscope configured here:
Camera software capabilities:
Live viewing and image/video capture
Display, annotate, edit, calibrate, measure, analyze, process, print, and save raster (row and column) image data.
Variable linear measurements such as line segment, radius values, and others
This is a standard Nikon TE2000-U configuration we offer; most customer elect to have microscopes configured to their requirements.
- Various optimized objectives
- Various Fluorescence filter sets
- Various Fluorensce light source options Metal Halide, Xenon, and LED
- Mechanical or Motorized Multiposition Condensers
- Phase Contrast, DIC* or Polarization Add-ons* (subject to availability)
- Dedicated BD/DF Path (Brightfield/Darkfield BD/DF) and matching objectives
- Various CCD and sCMOS camera options for higher-end images
- Various Motorized XY Stage options
Optional Microscope Automation Capabilities with the Micromanager software:
Optional Micromanager capabilities depending on required configuration:
- Multi-channel (wavelength coordinate) – requires motorized filter wheels to be added.
- Multi-position (XY coordinate, XY Mosaics) – requires motorized XY stage
- Slide scanning – requires motorized XY stage
- Time-lapse imaging – requires compatible camera
COMMON QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS BELOW
Steps you take to verify, service, and confirm the functionality of the Nikon TE2000-U Fluorescence Microscope?
Summary of testing & maintenance we perform (depending on included configuration):
- Nikon TE2000-U Internal and external optics are inspected and cleaned
- Mechanical components inspected, adjusted, and lubricated if necessary
- The proper operation of electronic components is confirmed
- Any necessary repairs and services completed to make sure the microscope is fully functional
- Motorized components inspected for worn components, serviced and lubricated if necessary
- Objectives are inspected to ensure there is no inside dust and a clear image is produced
- Halogen lamp (if installed) we install a new Halogen bulb
- Fluorescence HBO Lamp (if installed) we install a new HBO bulb
- If the microscope has Xenon or Metal Halide Lamp source, we make sure the bulb has a minimum of 600 hours left on it
- We inspect image quality of fluorescence images by looking at various fluorescing slide samples
- Cameras are tested to ensure there is no condensation and they produce a clear image
- Communication between computer software and Nikon TE2000-U established, profile setup and camera image quality verified
Can you help me identify the best microscope and configuration for me?
We are here to help
- Contact us with your application; we will help you identify the best microscope configuration.
- We do not believe in one size fits all approach; you should get a microscope that will do what you need.
Can I view the microscope in person at your facility or do a live Zoom demo before it is shipped to me?
We offer both onsite and remote demos via Zoom
- We invite you to come in for an onsite or Zoom demo of the microscope
- On a custom configured microscopes, we generally offer a demo before the microscope is ready to ship out
What about the warranty?
Our Nikon TE2000-U Fluorescence microscopes come with a 180 Day Warranty.
- The warranty term is 180 Days from the date of the microscope's arrival at the destination.
- This includes parts and labor.
- During the first 60 Days, MicroscopeGuru will also arrange and cover shipping expenses.
- During Days 61 thru 180 Days of the warranty period, the customer will be responsible for all shipping charges.
- The customer should retain all packing materials during the warranty period.
- The warranty does not cover bulbs except LED (LED lamps are covered)
- Damage to the objectives or other optical components due to collision with a sample or dust
- Electrical damage to the motorized/electronic components if the microscope plugged into an incorrect voltage
- Microscope miss use due to poor user training
- Water damage
- Physical damage
Do you offer installation, service, etc?
- We offer several installation and training packages.
- We offer an extended warranty agreement on this model.
- We stock various replacement and upgrade parts, so we may continue to support your microscope.
What should I watch out for when buying a Nikon TE2000-U Microscope used/pre-owned from another lab?
Basic steps to confirm quality:
- Confirm that internal optics are clean; this is often a complex undertaking, especially complex microscopes with motorized components.
- Confirm there is no present physical damage to the Microscope Base
- Confirm there are no cracked lenses inside the microscope light paths or the base
- Make sure there are no loose/damaged/seized gears inside mechanical and especially motorized components
- Make sure a good amount of life left on Fluoresnce Sources and light guides (if present) are damage free
- If Microscope has a motorized stage, make sure it does not skip steps and moves freely on all axis
- Make sure objectives are installed, have been inspected, and have no damage or dust inside
- Confirm that microscope is configured to your application; any changes later will be expensive
- Confirm that camera is tested and communicates with the computer producing clear images
- Make sure there are no missing components; it won`t be fast or inexpensive to correct
If you have concerns, we highly recommend either inspecting the microscope in person or doing a live Zoom call; this will allow you to evaluate the microscope and confirm that everything works on it.
Do you have these and other microscopes on hand?
- Subject to ongoing demand, we usually stock 100 to 150 of ready to go fluorescence microscopes (preconfigured)
- Generally, we also have 150 to 200 microscopes in the process; those will be configured per the customer’s requirements.
- We specialize in microscopes from Leica, Zeiss, Nikon, Nikon, and Keyence.
I am from the University or College, do you accept Purchase Orders?
- If you are a US or Canadian customer very likely we are already a registered vendor in your University's vendor system(that is how many instruments we sold), this would expedite the process of approval greatly.
- POs are accepted from US and Canadian universities.
How fast will you ship?
- We can ship within a few days to 2 weeks, depending on your required Nikon TE2000-U Microscope customization.
Will my instrument be insured during shipping?
- All Nikon TE2000-U Fluorescence Microscopes are shipped fully insured within the US and internationally as long as we are a shipper and handle shipping arrangements.
- If the buyer handles shipping, then shipping insurance responsibility falls to the buyer; we highly advise that the buyer obtain shipping insurance from their carrier.
How do you pack? Have you packed and shipped microscopes in the past? Do you ship Internationally?
- Most microscopes ship in fully enclosed ISPM-15 certified wooden crates, with proper padding underneath and the sides, and have moving components braced.
- Accessories are packed safely in boxes with padding and then safely packed inside the crate.
- We may not use a crate for local deliveries or smaller microscopes to save you money *if delivered by us.
- On the crates, we often use “tilt’ & “shock” indicators to ensure the crate has not been excessively tilted and dropped where equipment may suffer damage.
- Photos are taken during the packing process to make sure nothing is missed
- Within US and Canada, we will ship via selected freight carriers. We do not use low-price/high-damage carriers as we want the equipment to get safely to you.
- Internationally we will only ship via Air Freight or Air Parcel, which provides reliability, no exposure to Ocean weather, and timely delivery.
We have extensive experience shipping microscopes around the world.
Our experience and process
- We have safely packed and shipped hundreds of complex customized microscopes.
- Before packing/shipping, the instrument is re-tested, and a procedure is followed to verify the accuracy of included components.
How much will I save buying it pre-owned, and is it worth it?
A lot…and it is certainly worth it, and here is why. Feel free to ask for feedback from hundreds of customers that bought custom microscopes from us.
- You will save around 60-80% vs. buying a new microscope. Spend leftover funds on another instrument for your lab.
- You will get a 180 days warranty, plus, when available, an option to get an extended warranty agreement.
- Many customers choose to invest funds into higher-end cameras that may not otherwise be considered due to cost at new prices.
- Consider getting a motorized stage, often a $10,000 to $20,000 upgrade, when bought new. Often save over 70% on the stage alone.
- For many applications, the difference in image quality between the current Nikon TI/TI2 microscope and this TE2000 may not be noticeable; instead, get better objectives or camera and have image quality exceed your expectations.
- You can have Nikon TE2000-S microscope configured to provide excellent viewing/imaging quality for a fraction of the cost.
Nikon TE2000-U Fluorescence Microscope is a predecessor model to the Nikon Ti2-U Fluorescence microscope; Ti2-U could be priced up to $90,000. So why not save your funds by buying Nikon TE2000-U, get the high-quality image quality you expect from Nikon, and use your leftover funds elsewhere?
- Well, this one is easy; buying a pre-owned Nikon TE2000-U Microscope is great for the planet; you are reducing unnecessary waste, CO2 output, and water use that would be used during the manufacturing process.
- To greatly extend life, we recommend placing the system on the service agreement with Tecan; their team is wonderful, and it will allow them to acquire a new customer.
I have more questions; I want to receive a formal quote.
Absolutely! Please give us a call (1-617-397-3486) or complete this form to get your questions answered or receive a formal Quote.