ImageXpress Nano

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Fluorescence imaging platform within reach of every lab

The ImageXpress Nano Automated Imaging System features a long life, solid state, light engine, and optics to reliably deliver the right assay sensitivity. Capture fine details of a variety of cellular and subcellular assays with this powerful and flexible fluorescent microscopy solution. The system includes MetaXpress High-Content Image Acquisition and Analysis Software with tools for 2D and 3D imaging and time lapse analysis, as well as a range of needs from ease-of-use through to proprietary assay design.

Image label-free
Brightfield imaging allows for rapid acquisition without the use of harmful fluorescent agents.

Streamline image analysis
The modular toolbox in the MetaXpress® software allows for the quick setup of hundreds of routine assays. Choose from our optional selection of turnkey application modules for greater convenience.

Capture a diverse range of samples
With 2x to 60x magnification, the system offers the flexibility to image whole-well (C. elegans, zebrafish), as well as sub-cellular details (vesicles, organelles).

General specifications

Camera: 4.7 megaPixel CMOS

Field of view 10x: 1.85 mm2

Objectives: 4x-60x Air

Filter changer: 5 position filter cube changer

Autofocus: Laser+image autofocus

Transmitted light


Plates supported: Up to 1536-well plates

Microscope slides


Temperature control


Software: MetaXpress

Custom module editor


Large field of view

An entire well of a 384-well plate can be captured in a single image at 4x magnification for faster throughput.

Automated Stages

Fully automated X, Y, and Z stages with resolution better than 25 nm.

Wide range of filters and objectives

The system can be configured with different filters or objectives (2-60x) to meet research needs.

Five fluorescent channels

The system can have up to 5 fluorescent filters installed at one time. The software allows up to 7 channels to be acquired at one time which enables multi-channel fluorescent and transmitted light imaging in one experiment.