The Binocular Operating Microscope is a simple single-person binocular coaxial illumination operating microscope. The body is small and light, with a high degree of flexibility, which can meet the requirements of general animal microsurgery.
The microscope is often configured with a three-stage zoom, the microscope image quality is clear, and the field of view is large. This instrument uses a cold light source for illumination, no damage to the tissue, sufficient and uniform illumination.
The Digital Inverted Microscope is equipped with advanced video and image processing and is best for precise laboratory cell analysis and live-cell imaging and recording.
The Digital Inverted Microscope comes with a total magnification between 100X and 400X. It is connected with a display screen or microscope camera to view the image of the specimen under observation. Also, it has a double-layer mechanical stage (with horizontal and vertical adjustable knobs) and three-sized petri dish trays, allowing you to observe different samples. With an inbuilt 2.0 USB interface, the microscope can transfer data at high speed.
ConductScience offers the Digital Inverted Microscope
The Halogen Lamp Fluorescence Microscope produces images of stained tissues, animal and microbiological cell colonies, and pathogens irradiated with light. It utilizes specific wavelengths of light, particularly infrared light, to excite fluorophores in specimens infused with the fluorochrome pigment and thereby generates a highly illuminated image with distinguishable boundaries.
The primary purpose of the halogen lamp fluorescence microscope is to irradiate the specimen with a specific wavelength of light, separate the weaker emitted light from the bright excitation light, and only allow the emitted light to reach the detector. When light reaches the detector, the fluorescent structure of the specimen is superimposed against a deep, dark, almost black background.
ConductScience offers the Halogen Lamp Fluorescent Microscope.
An inverted fluorescent microscope uses fluorescence to study specimens, such as living cells at the bottom of a petri dish or tissue culture. The Inverted Fluorescent Microscope has similar components to those of other microscopes, and the only difference is the arrangement of the parts, which are placed in inverted positions.
The specimen is lit using a halogen lamp as a light source. When light enters the microscope, it strikes a dichroic mirror, reflecting one range of wavelengths while allowing another to pass through. The ultraviolet light is reflected up to the specimen by the dichroic mirror. The UV light causes fluorescence in the specimen’s molecules and the fluorescent-wavelength light generated is collected by the objective lens.
ConductScience offers the Inverted Fluorescent Microscope.
Features 40X~1600X Total Magnification 3MP or 5MP Digital Eyepiece Microscope Camera Double Layer Mechanical Stage (Size: 120mm x 120mm) ABBE Condenser with iris diaphragm 3W LED […]
The Trinocular Biological Microscope with Digital Camera is primarily used to study biological specimens such as cells and microorganisms and their vital processes. It is essentially an optical microscope integrated with a digital camera. The camera can photograph the specimens under observation, which can be saved as digital files for further analysis.
The Trinocular Biological Microscope with Digital Camera is an optical microscope equipped with a trinocular head and a digital camera. The microscope’s head has a 55~75 mm interpupillary distance and an adjustable diopter. It has a plan eyepiece and four achromatic objectives with a total magnification between 40X-1600X. It also includes a quadruple nosepiece, 160 mm mechanical tube, ABBE condenser with iris diaphragm, and 140×155mm double layer mechanical stage with a vernier scale of 0.1 mm to measure small lengths. The focusing system includes a fine and coarse coaxial focusing system with a focusing range of 30 mm and a minimum division of fine focusing of 0.002 mm. Blue, Yellow, and Green filters are included with the microscope. A major benefit is that it is equipped with an adjustable brightness built-in LED source with a charging system that allows it to be used for 50 hours without electricity.
ConductScience offers the Trinocular Biological Microscope with Digital Camera.
The trinocular inverted microscope is a high-level microscope designed for research institutes, health and medical units, and universities to observe cultured living cells.
The trinocular inverted microscope comes with 2 eyepieces and a third eye tube for a better viewing experience. The third eye tube allows the microscope to be connected to a camera for image capturing and video recording, which adds to its versatility in using varying laboratory studies. It can be used to study live-cell imaging of cancer cells, the combined effect of EMF and low-level lenses on biological processes, and study the chitin-based scaffolds, etc.
ConductScience offers the Trinocular Inverted Microscope
The Trinocular Mercury Lamp Fluorescence Microscope utilizes the principle of fluorescence to illuminate the object by using a mercury lamp as a light source. The mercury lamp gives accurate, fast, and reliable results due to its ability to produce bright spectral lines within the visible region of the UV spectrum.
The Trinocular Mercury Lamp Fluorescence Microscope is equipped with two eyepieces (binocular) and an additional third eyepiece tube to connect a microscope camera, making it trinocular. It has a focus system consisting of fine and coarse adjustment knobs. It also contains a quadruple-reversed nosepiece, double-layer mechanical working stage, abbe condenser, collector for placing a halogen lamp, and blue and frosted filters. The light source is provided by a mercury lamp and a halogen lamp.
ConductScience offers the Trinocular Mercury Lamp Fluorescence Microscope.
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 […]