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Epi-fluorescence microscope with trinocular head
Fluorescence microscopes are widely used to perform a variety of laboratory tests and observations involving the study of tissue samples to detect particular proteins or to evaluate cultured cells as well as those in suspension. In addition to this, fluorescence microscopy is invaluable in the study of DNA sequences as these particles are extremely small and hard to detect. Obtaining spatial data concerning tissue or cell genetics is achieved by the use of immunofluorescence, as is the observation of parasites and bacteria.
Technical Specification
Head Trinocular, 30° inclined, splitting ratio eyepieces/ photo tube: 0% – 100% / 50% – 50% / 100% – 0%
Eyepieces Plan wide field, PL 10x/22 with dioptic adjustment on left eyepiece
Nosepiece Quintuple reversed
Objectives W-Plan IOS F 4x,10x, 20x and 40x
Focusing system Coaxial coarse and fine
Stage Rack less, 233 x 147mm, movement range 78 x 54mm
Condenser N.A. 0.2/0.9 swing-out with centering system
Incident light and diaphragms  High-pressure mercury lamp (100W)
Transmitted light and diaphragms  X-LED³ (3.6W) manual brightness control