The Revolution has been specifically developed as an automated microscope for life science research.

ECHO Revolution | Automated Fluorescence Microscope

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Finally, an automated microscope that the entire lab can use

Microscopes are known to be strong tools that are necessary for research and discovery. But the majority of the advanced systems available commercially at present are highly difficult and also application specific.

Revolution has the capacity to house a range of core imaging methods. Its special, automated hybrid design offers high capacity compared to any other widefield microscope.

A simple, powerful interface, eliminates users learning curve

Users can view and capture their samples just in seconds. The touch-based app removes the learning curve, thereby making their microscopy simpler compared to before.


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Excess controllers, cables, and power supplies are removed

Controllers, cables, and power supplies have been housed inside the microscope to eliminate clutter and guarantee connectivity.

Microscope XY stage and Z-Focus are pushed with a mouse, joystick (optional), and touch.


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Superior optical performance

Users can see their samples with spotless clarity with the help of Revolution’s world-class optical components, that has been viewed on an Ultra High-Resolution display.


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Features—Advanced capabilities built for discovery

Live cell imaging

Users can view and capture live samples with the help of automated time-lapse microscopy.

Stage top incubator

Guarantees ideal conditions for keeping specimen viability.


It is possible for users to capture and overlay several wavelengths in Fluorescence.


Users can fix several acquisition points to view and revisit over time.

Image stitching

Capture and stitch to develop huge FOV high-resolution images.


Obtain and stack images at several focal planes.

Auto focus

Automatically identify and track best Z-plane(s) for focus.


High-speed image stitching is possible


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HYPERSCAN | high-speed image stitching

Hyperscan allows ultra-fast scanning and mosaic image stitching at high-speed camera frame rates in Fluorescence and Brightfield.

Revolution syncs brushless linear servo motors with a camera activating for high-speed continuous scanning.

Users can scan their entire samples in just seconds, then reconsider areas of interest.

ECHO incubator

The incubator is fully fanless, with the help of convection to heat and circulate warm air. This removes vibration and avoids outside dust from achieving their optics and samples.

The large front door and see-through construction provide users with a clear view and simple access to samples. A slightly thin, single-piece design is responsible for making installation simple and removal very easy and rapid. The ECHO incubator combines with Revolution, which allows users to perform time-lapse live-cell experiments.


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