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Upright Microscopes

Upright Microscopes

Introducing our state-of-the-art Upright Microscopes, perfect for use in medical laboratories, research facilities, and educational institutions. This powerful instrument provides high magnification and exceptional clarity, allowing for precise observation of biological samples and tissues. With a sturdy, stable design, these upright microscopes ensure steady imaging and reliable results. The adjustable lenses and light source make it easy to customize the microscope to fit your specific needs and specimen requirements. Enhance your research and diagnostic capabilities with our Upright Microscopes, the ideal tool for medical professionals and scientists.
  • Applications

    • Biological Research: Upright microscopes are extensively used in biological research for examining cellular structures, tissues, and organisms. Biologists use them to observe living organisms such as bacteria, algae, fungi, and protozoa. These microscopes enable researchers to study cell morphology, cell division, and cellular processes.
    • Medical Diagnosis: In medicine, upright microscopes are utilized for examining blood samples, biopsy specimens, and other bodily fluids for diagnosing diseases. Pathologists use them to analyze tissue samples for cancerous cells, infectious agents, and other abnormalities.
    • Material Science: Upright microscopes play a crucial role in material science for examining the microstructure of materials. Researchers use them to study the composition, crystal structure, and defects in metals, ceramics, polymers, and other materials. This information is vital for developing new materials with improved properties.
    • Forensic Analysis: Forensic scientists utilize upright microscopes to analyze trace evidence such as hair, fibers, gunshot residue, and blood stains. These microscopes help in identifying and comparing microscopic characteristics to solve criminal cases.
    • Quality Control in Manufacturing: In manufacturing industries, upright microscopes are used for quality control purposes. Engineers and technicians examine the surface finish, dimensions, and defects of manufactured components to ensure they meet specifications. This is essential for maintaining product quality and reliability.
    • Education and Training: Upright microscopes are widely used in educational institutions for teaching biology, anatomy, histology, and other scientific subjects. They help students visualize microscopic structures and understand fundamental concepts in the life sciences.
    • Environmental Science: Environmental scientists use upright microscopes to study microorganisms in soil and water samples. They examine microbial communities, assess water quality, and monitor environmental pollution levels.
    • Entomology: Entomologists utilize upright microscopes to study the morphology and behavior of insects. They examine insect specimens to identify species, study their anatomy, and investigate their ecological roles.
    • Botany: Botanists use upright microscopes to study plant tissues, cells, and organelles. They examine plant structures such as leaves, stems, roots, and flowers to understand plant physiology, development, and reproduction.
    • Art Conservation: Upright microscopes are employed in art conservation and restoration to analyze pigments, fibers, and other materials used in artworks. Conservators use them to assess the condition of artifacts and develop appropriate conservation treatments.
  • Specifications

    Observation Method Brightfield  
      Darkfield  
      Phase Contrast  
      Fluorescence (Blue/Green Excitations)  
      Fluorescence (Ultraviolet Excitations)  
      Differential Interference Contrast  
      Simple Polarized Light  
    Illuminator Transmitted Köhler Illuminator LED Lamp
      Fluorescence Illuminator 100 W Mercury Lamp
        Light Guide Illumination
    Focus Focusing Mechanism Stage Focus
    Intermediate Magnification Changer Manual Terret  
    Revolving Nosepiece Manual Coded (7 positions)
        Standard (7 positions)
    Stage Manual Manual Stages with Right-Hand Control
    • X: 76 mm (3 in.), Y: 52 mm (2 in.)
      Mechanical Oil Rectangular Stage with Right-Hand Control
    • X: 76 mm (3 in.), Y: 52 mm (2 in.)
        Plain Stage Dimensions: 180 mm × 150 mm (7 in. × 6 in.)
        Rotatable Graduated Stage
    • Rotation: 360 degrees
    Condenser Manual Universal Condenser NA 0.9/ W.D. 1.5 mm for 1.25X–100X [swing-out: 1.25X–4X, with oil top lens: (NA 1.4/ W.D. 0.63 mm)]
        Swing-Out Condenser NA 0.9/ W.D. 2 mm (1.25X–100X)
        Achromatic/Aplanatic Condenser NA 1.4/ W.D. 0.7 mm (oil) (10X–100X)
        Darkfield Condenser Dry NA 0.8–0.92/ W.D. 4.52 mm (10X–40X)
        Darkfield Condenser Oil NA 1.2–1.4/ W.D. 0.5 mm (20X–100X)
        Low Magnification Condenser NA 0.75/ W.D. 1.55 mm (2X–100X)
        Abbe Conenser NA 1.1/ W.D. 0.7 mm (oil) (4X–100X)
        Phase Contrast Condenser NA 1.1/ W.D. 0.7 mm (4X–100X)
        Polarizing Condenser NA 0.9/ W.D. 1.3 mm (slide glass 1.5 mm) (4X–100X)
    Observation Tubes Widefield (FN 22) Binocular
        Tilting Binocular
        Trinocular
        Tilting Trinocular
        Ergonomic Tilting Binocular
        Tilting, Telescopic, Lifting Binocular
        Trinocular for Infrared
        Erected Trinocular
        Erected Ergonomic Tilting Binocular
      Super Widefield (FN 26.5) Trinocular
        Erect image tilting trinocular
    Dimensions (W × D × H)     274.5 mm × 362 mm × 410 mm (10.8 in. × 14.3 in. × 16.1 in.) (Standard configuration)
    Weight     13.2 kg (29 lb) (Standard configuration)
    Operating Environment Indoor Use Ambient Temperature 5 °C–40 °C (41 °F–104 °F)
        Maximum Relative Humidity 80% for temperatures up to 31 ºC (88 ºF), decreasing linearly through 70% at 34 ºC (93 ºF), 60% at 37 ºC (99 ºF), to 50% relative humidity at 40 ºC (104 ºF)
        Supply Voltage Fluctuations ±10 %

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