The Trinocular Phase Contrast Digital Inverted Microscope allows the study of unstained cells in medical and biological research.
The Trinocular Phase Contrast Digital Inverted Microscope is utilized in research laboratories, clinics, hospitals, and educational institutions. The inverted design of the microscope allows the observation of live biological tissue cultures in dishes and other specimens directly from various glass container bottoms.
It is available and connected to a display screen or microscope camera. The digital camera produces high-quality images and captures still images and videos that you can live stream on your PC/laptop. It also comes with in-built software for Mac, Linux, and Windows to provide a multi-platform imaging solution.
ConductScience offers the Trinocular Phase Contrast Digital Inverted Microscope.
The Trinocular Polarized Microscope uses polarized light to study anisotropic specimens like liquid crystals and minerals. It includes a polarizer positioned in the light path before the specimen and an analyzer placed in the light path between the observation tubes or camera port and objective rear aperture.
The microscope is equipped with two polarizing filters known as polarizer and analyzer. It includes a dividing eyepiece and a trinocular eyepiece tube that is inclined at 30° and can capture the images in 100% light flux. Long infinity objectives are present that make the field of view clear and wide. It also includes 50X ~ 600X magnification lenses, a reflected illumination system, a quadruple nosepiece, a focusing system, a puller-type Bertrand lens as an intermediate attachment, and λ, λ/4, and quarts wedge compensator.
In a polarized microscope, a polarizer transforms white light into plane-polarized light before reaching the sample.
ConductScience offers the Trinocular Polarized Microscope.
Features Polarizer, λ, λ/4 compensator Analyer, 0°~90°, push in/ out from optical path conveniently Wide-field plan eyepieces: 10X, field number Φ18mm Coaxial coarse/fine focus system, minimum […]