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Stereo Microscopes

Stereo Microscopes

Our stereo microscopes are the perfect tool for medical professionals seeking precision and clarity in their work. With a high-quality optical system and magnification range, these microscopes allow for an up-close and detailed view of medical specimens and samples. The ergonomic design and adjustable features make it comfortable and easy to use for extended periods of time, ensuring accurate and reliable results. Whether used for laboratory research, clinical diagnostics, or surgical procedures, our stereo microscopes provide the accuracy and clarity needed for medical professionals to make informed decisions and diagnoses. Trust in the quality and precision of our stereo microscopes for all your medical needs.
  • Applications

    • Biological Sciences:

                     - Dissection: Stereo microscopes are commonly used in biology labs for dissecting small organisms or examining anatomical structures with precision.

                         - Botany: They aid in the examination of plant structures such as leaves, flowers, and roots, allowing for detailed observation of morphology and cellular structures.

                         - Entomology: Insect specimens can be observed and studied in detail under stereo microscopes, facilitating identification, research, and taxonomic studies.

    • Material Science and Engineering:

                     - Quality Control: Stereo microscopes are used in industries for inspecting the surface quality, dimensions, and defects of manufactured components and materials.

                         - Failure Analysis: Engineers use stereo microscopes to investigate the root causes of component failures, identifying flaws, fractures, or material imperfections.

                         - Microelectronics: In semiconductor manufacturing, stereo microscopes are used for inspecting and assembling tiny electronic components with high precision.

    • Forensic Science:

                    - Crime Scene Investigation: Stereo microscopes help forensic investigators examine evidence such as hair, fibers, and trace materials, aiding in crime scene reconstruction and analysis.

                        - Toolmark Examination: They are used to analyze toolmarks left at crime scenes, such as impressions on surfaces, firearms, or other tools, aiding in matching evidence to potential sources.

    • Jewelry and Gemology:

                     - Gemstone Identification: Gemologists use stereo microscopes to inspect gemstones for characteristics such as color, clarity, inclusions, and cut quality.

                         - Jewelry Inspection: Jewelers utilize stereo microscopes for examining intricate details of jewelry pieces during manufacturing, repair, or appraisal.

    • Education:

                    - Classroom Demonstrations: Stereo microscopes are used in educational settings to demonstrate biological concepts, such as cell structure, insect anatomy, and plant morphology.

                         - Student Research: Students in various scientific disciplines use stereo microscopes for their research projects, allowing hands-on exploration and detailed observation of specimens.

    • Art Conservation and Restoration:

                     - Artifact Examination: Art conservators and restorers use stereo microscopes to examine fine details of artworks, artifacts, and historical objects for damage assessment and restoration planning.

                          - Paint Analysis: Stereo microscopes aid in analyzing paint layers, pigments, and brushwork techniques used in artworks, helping to authenticate and preserve cultural heritage.

  • Cost-Effective Performance and Accurate Image

    A flexible imaging tool for routine research, its stereo microscope offers darkfield and polarization imaging, a maximum numerical aperture of 0.2, a 10:1 zoom ratio, and a Galilean optical system that minimizes distortion.

  • Flexible Stereo with Wide Zoom Ratio

    • Excellent Optical Performance with Natural View: It is designed to provide a natural view of the specimen with excellent stereo and color representation. The DFPlan series combines high-NA resolving power and working comfort with "distortion-free" optical design for exceptionally flat imaging, and includes a 2x objective lens with an NA of 0.2 for high-resolution imaging at 600 linepair per millimeter.
    • Wide 10:1 Zoom Ratio: It covers a magnification range of 6.3x to 63x with its 1x objective, and offers up to 123x magnification with a 2x objective. Thanks to this wide-ranging 10:1 zoom ratio versatility, it's a good choice for life science applications that require low-magnification macro views for dissection and specimen manipulation, and sharp high-magnification views for close observation of cell structures.

    • Digital Imaging and Documentation: It can also be equipped with a trinocular tube and Olympus DP series digital camera for high-resolution imaging and research documentation. DP series cameras offer the high sensitivity for a wide range of applications, including high-sensitivity fluorescence imaging, and can be easily controlled using Olympus cellSens software.

  • Choice of Suitable Contrast and Observation Method

    With a slim 41.5 mm design, that is approximately half the thickness of previous halogen lamp transmitted light illumination bases, new LED transmitted light illumination bases have a lower height to enable a low eyepoint and easy access to base-mounted samples during observation and operation. The LED illumination base it with quad position turret enables the user to choose cartridges and to switch from brightfield (standard/high/low), oblique (standard/high/low), darkfield, polarized illumination, and shutter with a simple turn. A one position LED illumination base is also an option. This makes its a flexible all-in-one microscope for various samples and observation tasks. Another advantage of LED illumination is a cooler base surface, which is suitable for long duration manipulation of live specimens. Power consumption is lower than a conventional 30W halogen light source. A life cycle of over 60,000 hours significantly reduces operation costs.

  • Choice of High-Performance Objectives

    • DFPL2X-4/DFPL1.5X-4/DFPL0.75X-4/DFPL0.5X: The DFPL series of objectives accurately reproduce specimen shapes with good color fidelity. 

    • DFPLAPO1.25X-2/DFPLAPO1X-4: Apochromatically corrected to achieve the highest degree of performance. Excellent in resolving power, contrast, and image flatness with small distortion. 

    • SZX-ACH1.25X/SZX-ACH1X: Provides well-balanced objectives that combines high resolving power with long working distance.

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