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Upright Microscopes

Upright Microscopes

The Upright Microscope stands as an unparalleled instrument meticulously crafted for medical and laboratory investigations. Tailored to unveil the intricate details of specimens in their unaltered form, it offers a lucid and comprehensive perspective into the realm of biological entities. Boasting adjustable magnification, precise focusing capabilities, and optics of unparalleled quality, this microscope emerges as an indispensable asset for delving into the realms of microbiology, histology, and pathology with unparalleled clarity.

Its ergonomic blueprint and intuitively designed controls render it effortlessly operable, even during extensive investigative sessions. Whether deployed within the confines of a hospital, clinic, or research enclave, the Upright Microscope epitomizes a quintessential companion for both seasoned medical practitioners and fervent scientists alike, facilitating groundbreaking discoveries and advancements in the pursuit of knowledge.

  • Applications

    • Biological Research: In biology, upright microscopes are used extensively for examining cells, tissues, and microorganisms. Researchers use them to study cellular structures, observe cellular processes, and investigate the morphology of different organisms. They are crucial tools in fields like cell biology, microbiology, and histology.
    • Medical Diagnosis: Upright microscopes play a crucial role in medical diagnostics. Pathologists use them to examine tissue samples for abnormalities or diseases. They are also used in clinical laboratories for analyzing blood samples, identifying pathogens, and performing various diagnostic tests.
    • Education: Upright microscopes are widely used in educational institutions at all levels, from schools to universities. They are essential for teaching students about microscopy, cellular biology, and anatomy. Students use them to observe microscopic structures, conduct experiments, and learn about scientific principles.
    • Material Science: In material science, upright microscopes are used to analyze the microstructure of materials. Researchers examine the composition, crystal structure, and defects in materials such as metals, ceramics, and polymers. This information is crucial for understanding material properties and developing new materials for various applications.
    • Forensic Science: Forensic scientists use upright microscopes to analyze trace evidence such as hair, fibers, and gunshot residue. Microscopic examination can provide valuable information for criminal investigations, such as identifying suspects, determining the source of evidence, and reconstructing crime scenes.
    • Quality Control: In industries such as electronics, pharmaceuticals, and manufacturing, upright microscopes are used for quality control and inspection purposes. Manufacturers use them to inspect components, detect defects, and ensure product quality and consistency.
    • Entomology: Entomologists use upright microscopes to study insects and other arthropods. They examine insect morphology, behavior, and anatomy for research purposes, species identification, and pest management.
    • Environmental Science: Environmental scientists use upright microscopes to analyze soil samples, water samples, and other environmental specimens. They study microorganisms, pollutants, and ecological interactions to assess environmental health and address environmental challenges.
    • Agriculture: In agriculture, upright microscopes are used for various purposes such as studying plant structures, analyzing soil composition, and identifying plant pathogens. They are essential tools for plant breeding, crop protection, and agricultural research.
    • Art Conservation: Conservators use upright microscopes to examine artworks, artifacts, and historical objects for conservation and restoration purposes. Microscopic analysis helps identify materials, study degradation processes, and plan conservation treatments to preserve cultural heritage.
  • Specifications 1

    Observation Method Brightfield  
      Darkfield  
      Phase Contrast  
      Fluorescence (Blue/Green Excitations)   ✓(Blue Excitation only)
      Simple Polarized Light  
    Illuminator Transmitted Köhler Illuminator LED Lamp
      Fluorescence Illuminator LED Lamp
    Focus Focusing Mechanism Stage Focus
      Coarse Handle Stroke  
    • 15 mm
      Features  

    Coarse adjustment limit stopper
    Torque adjustment for coarse adjustment knob

    Revolving Nosepiece Manual Standard (5 positions)
    Stage Manual Manual Stages with Right-Hand Control
    • Built-in
    • X: 76 mm, Y: 52 mm
    Condenser Manual Abbe Conenser NA 1.25 (2X–100X)
    Observation Tubes Standard (FN18) Tilting Binocular
      Standard (FN20) Binocular
        Trinocular
      Tube Inclination Angle  
    • Binocular, Trinocular 30°
    • Tilting Binocular 30°–60°
      Trinocular Tube Light Path Selection (Camera : Observation)  
    • 50 % : 50 %
      Interpupillary Distance Adjustment  
    • 48–75 mm
    Dimensions (W × D × H)     211 mm × 376 mm × 393 mm (8.3 in. × 14.8 in. × 15.5 in.) (standard configuration)
    Weight     Approx. 7.3 kg (16.1 lb)
  • Specifications 2

    Observation Method Brightfield  
      Darkfield  
    Illuminator Transmitted Köhler Illuminator LED Lamp
    Focus Focusing Mechanism Stage Focus
      Coarse Handle Stroke  
    • 15 mm
      Features  

    Coarse adjustment limit stopper
    Torque adjustment for coarse adjustment knob

    Revolving Nosepiece Manual Standard (4 positions)
    Stage Manual Manual Stages with Right-Hand Control
    • Built-in
    • X: 76 mm, Y: 52 mm
    Condenser Manual Abbe Conenser NA 1.25 (4X–100X)
    Observation Tubes Standard (FN20) Trinocular
      Tube Inclination Angle  
    • 30°
      Trinocular Tube Light Path Selection (Camera : Observation)  
    • 0%:100%, 100%:0%
      Interpupillary Distance Adjustment  
    • 48–75 mm
    Dimensions (W × D × H)     211 mm × 397 mm × 430 mm (8.3 in. × 15.6 in. × 17 in.)
    Weight     Approx. 7.0 kg (15.4 lb)
    Objectives    

    Plan Achromat
    4X NA 0.1 W.D. 27.8 mm
    10X NA 0.25 W.D. 8.0 mm
    20X NA 0.4 W.D. 2.5 mm (optional)
    40X NA 0.65 W.D. 0.6 mm
    100XOil NA 1.25 W.D. 0.13 mm (optional)

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