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Upright Microscopes

Upright Microscopes

Introducing our Upright Microscope, a versatile tool for medical professionals. This microscope is equipped with advanced optics and a high-resolution camera, allowing for clear and detailed imaging of tissue samples, blood samples, and cellular specimens. With its adjustable magnification and LED illumination, this microscope provides precise and accurate results for diagnostic and research purposes. Its ergonomic design and user-friendly interface make it easy to use, while its sturdy construction ensures long-lasting performance. Whether you're a pathologist, hematologist, or research scientist, our Upright Microscope is an essential tool for your laboratory or clinic.
  • Applications

    • Biological Research: Upright microscopes are extensively used in biological research to observe cells, tissues, and microorganisms. Scientists use them for studying cell structure, organelles, cellular processes, and to visualize biological specimens in detail.
    • Medical Diagnosis: In medical laboratories, upright microscopes are used for diagnosing diseases by examining blood smears, tissue biopsies, and other pathological samples. They help in identifying abnormalities, pathogens, and cellular anomalies that may indicate diseases such as cancer, infections, or blood disorders.
    • Education: Upright microscopes are fundamental tools in biology, microbiology, and other life sciences education. They are used in classrooms and laboratories to teach students about cellular structures, microscopic organisms, and basic principles of microscopy.
    • Material Science: In material science, upright microscopes are used for analyzing the microstructure and properties of materials. They help researchers and engineers examine metals, polymers, ceramics, and composites at a microscopic level to understand their composition, morphology, and behavior under different conditions.
    • Quality Control: Industries utilize upright microscopes for quality control purposes. Whether it's in electronics, automotive, or manufacturing, these microscopes help in inspecting components, surfaces, and materials for defects, imperfections, or irregularities that may affect product performance or safety.
    • Forensic Analysis: Forensic scientists use upright microscopes to examine trace evidence such as fibers, hair, and bodily fluids collected from crime scenes. Microscopic analysis can provide valuable information for criminal investigations, including identifying suspects, determining the cause of death, and linking evidence to crime scenes.
    • Environmental Science: In environmental science, upright microscopes are used to study microorganisms in soil and water samples, analyze pollutants, and assess the impact of environmental factors on ecosystems. They help scientists understand microbial diversity, population dynamics, and ecological interactions.
    • Entomology: Entomologists use upright microscopes to study insects and other arthropods. They examine insect morphology, behavior, and developmental stages to classify species, investigate ecological relationships, and understand insect physiology.
    • Pharmaceutical Research: Pharmaceutical companies use upright microscopes in drug development and research. They are employed for studying the structure and function of cells, tissues, and organs, as well as for analyzing drug interactions with biological systems and evaluating drug efficacy.
    • Agricultural Sciences: In agriculture, upright microscopes are used for studying plant structures, such as leaves, roots, and seeds, as well as for examining plant pathogens, pests, and symbiotic organisms. They help agronomists and plant scientists develop strategies for crop improvement, disease management, and sustainable agriculture practices.
  • Specifications

    Observation Method Brightfield  
      Simple Polarized Light  
    Illuminator Transmitted Köhler Illuminator LED Lamp
    Focus Focusing Mechanism Nosepiece Focus
    Intermediate Magnification Changer Manual Terret  
    Revolving Nosepiece Manual Standard (5 positions)
    Stage Manual Manual Stages with Right-Hand Control
    • X: 76 mm (3 in.), Y: 52 mm (2 in.)
      Mechanical Plain Stage Dimensions: 180 mm × 150 mm (7 in. × 6 in.)
        Rotatable Graduated Stage
    • Rotation: 360 degrees
        Precision Rotatable Stage
    • Rotation: 360 degrees
    Condenser Manual Swing-Out Condenser NA 0.9/ W.D. 2 mm (1.25X–100X) (built-in)
    Observation Tubes Widefield (FN 22) Binocular
        Tilting Binocular
        Trinocular
        Tilting Trinocular
        Ergonomic Tilting Binocular
        Tilting, Telescopic, Lifting Binocular
    Dimensions (W × D × H)     274.5 mm × 362 mm × 410 mm (10.8 in. × 14.3 in. × 16.1 in.) (Standard configuration)
    Weight     17 kg (37.5 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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