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Colony Counter

A colony counter is a laboratory instrument used to count the number of colonies of bacteria or other microorganisms growing on a plate containing a gelled growth medium. Colony counters can be manual or automated. Manual colony counters use a magnifying glass and a counting grid to manually count the number of colonies. Automated colony counters use a camera to image the plate and then use software to count the number of colonies.

Automated Cell Counter

Automatic Colony Counter

Manual Colony Counter