Features & Benefits:
Phase Contrast Imaging: Phase-contrast microscopes are specifically designed to enhance the contrast of transparent and colorless specimens, making them visible without the need for staining.
Objective Lenses: They often come with a range of objective lenses, allowing for various levels of magnification to study specimens at different scales.
Condenser System: These microscopes typically have a specialized condenser system that optimizes the phase contrast effect, improving image quality.
Illumination: Phase-contrast microscopes use specific illumination techniques, such as annular or oblique illumination, to create phase differences in the light passing through the specimen.
High-Quality Optics: They are equipped with high-quality optical components, including phase plates, to ensure clear and detailed imaging.
Time Efficiency: Phase-contrast microscopy eliminates the need for lengthy staining procedures, saving time in research and diagnostics.
Models: Oxion Inverso
EYEPIECES : Pair of DIN HWF plan 10x/22 mm eyepieces.
• Trinocular 45° inclined tubes with extended low and high positions for eyepieces.
• One diopter adjustment on left eyepiece.
• Interpupillary distance of 54 to 75 mm.
• Trinocular head with 0-100 % positions.
NOSEPIECES : Revolving quintuple nosepiece on ball-bearings.
FOCUSING ADJUSTMENT : Coaxial 25 mm coarse and fine adjustments, 2 μm precision and with friction adjustment
EYEPIECES: Wide field WF 10x/20 mm eyepieces.
Binocular and trinocular models have 30° inclined Ø 30 mm tubes
The interpupillary distance is adjustable between 48 to 75 mm
All models have a ±5 diopter adjustment on left tube
All heads are 360° rotatable and secured with a screw
The trinocular head has a fixed light path beamsplitter (50:50) and generates an erect image
NOSEPIECE : Reversed quadruple nosepiece on ball bearings.
STAGE: Rackless 150 x 140 mm stage with mechanical 75 x 30 mm X-Y translation stage