The Revolve from Echo has been specifically developed to find, capture, share, and publish. It is the microscope that can be used by the entire laboratory.

Revolve Generation 2

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Four microscopes in one

Revolve is known to be the world’s first and only hybrid microscope, thereby integrating four microscopes into one. This considerably decreases equipment costs while releasing useful laboratory space.


Perfect for glass slides


For live samples in wells, dishes, and flasks

Transmitted light

Brightfield, Darkfield, Phase Contrast, and Pol


Automated LED illumination in the one-touch image overlay could be displayed.

Initially, users no longer have to select between one system or the other, and their laboratory members could rapidly configure their microscope to suit their particular requirements.


Slide to transform Revolve from Inverted to Upright. Image Credit: Echo

Imaging made simple

Research microscopes are frightening and hard to use. This microscope will not be the same.

With the help of Revolve, the laboratory can take improved images—of just about everything.


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Modern touch interface

Revolve is extremely user-friendly. Users will feel and appreciate the difference between utilizing the familiar app interface with the help of touch controls.

Now, there is no need for anyone to get trained for years, and also no experience is needed to drive their microscope. The Revolve removes the learning curve and variability, thereby enabling users to view and capture publication-quality images.


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Simple powerful controls

Touchscreen functions push cameras and illumination, thereby substituting manual levers and turrets.

Users can capture and envision overlays in just seconds with the help of Motorized LED Fluorescence.


Annotations. No more clicking. Tap to count cells. Draw lines and regions to measure. Image Credit: Echo


Pinch to Zoom. Intuitive touch gestures are integrated into the Echo App. Image Credit: Echo


Data Transfer. Share data in seconds with Dropbox, BOX, Airdrop, USB, and other file sharing options.  Image Credit: Echo


Repeat. Restore settings from previously captured images to accurately reproduce your experiments. Image Credit: Echo

Compact and versatile

Revolve integrates four microscopes in one. This enables the labs to fulfill a range of imaging needs currently and also in the future.

The accessibility of a compact design helps save space and fits on their benchtop. Also, with no darkroom needed, Revolve can just easily be shifted to conference rooms and teaching laboratories.

Compact footprint

Fits on a standard laboratory workbench

No darkroom required

For Brightfield and Fluorescence


Simple to move and set up


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High-performance quality optics for beautiful, crystal clear images

Users can see their samples with unmatchable clarity with Revolve’s world-class optical components, seen on an Ultra High-Resolution display


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Digital haze reduction

Widefield Fluorescence Images have the potential to meet haze artifacts produced by out-of-focus light. ECHO’s proprietary Digital Haze Reduction (DHR) software module discloses fine details by repressing noise and decreasing obscure to offer stunning and crystal-clear images.

  • Sharper enhanced contrast available for thicker samples
  • Adaptable and user-friendliness settings
  • GPU has been leveraged for real-time processing


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