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Microscopes
Microscopes are composed of a magnifying lens and an eyepiece that join together in a tube, an illuminated stage where the Microscopes are composed of a magnifying lens and an eyepiece that join together in a tube. object being observed is placed and a tripod to secure the optical components. The source of light for our microscopes is generally a small bulb attached to the tripod of lenses that can be adjusted (via a lens or system of lenses near the bulb) and fixed behind the illuminated area. The condenser for our microscopes is a complicated system of lenses or mirrors that reproduce the light on the surface of the object. The lens for our microscopes amplifies the object so that this magnified image can be viewed in the eyepiece. Microscopes also have two eyepieces to allow the object to be viewed with both eyes. This distinguishes a microscope using transmitted light that passes through very thin transparent objects, and microscopes using reflected light for analyzing surfaces of opaque objects. We offer a range of microscopes for various purposes, such as for use in laboratories, research, in the office or for a hobby. There are even microscopes for the application in schools. Since young students do also face microscopy in class, microscopes with high accuracy are necessary to guarantee an optimal education fun.  All of these microscopes can be connected via a USB port to a computer making it possible to document images or record videos for analysis or even to a projector to display the images to a wider audience. We also offer a micro-ocular, which can affordably convert a standard microscope into a videoscope allowing for images to be transferred directly to a computer. In addition to that, extensive accessory is available for our microscopes. Our technicians and engineers are available to assess your needs and recommend the best suited microscope or any of our other products, simply call our offices on: UK customers +44(0) 23 809 870 30 / US customers (561) 320-9162. Our engineers and technicians will be happy to help you with the microscopes, and of course, with the other products in the field of regulation and control, and scales and balances.

Here you can see temperature meters from these companies:

Microscopes by BresserMicroscopes by EUROMEX microscopen bvMicroscopes by Nimax GmbHmicroscopes of KrüssMicroscopes by dntMicroscopes by Optika

Technical specifications for our Microscopes can be found at the following links:

- PCE-MM 200 Microscopes USB Microscopes magnifies up to 200x, LEDs, tripod and software.
  (USB microscopes magnifies up to 200x, LEDs, tripod and software)

USB Microscopes magnifies up to 200x, LEDs, tripod and software.Microscopes by PCE-Instruments

- MikroCam Microsopes 
  (ocular for microscopes, USB-Interface, 1,3 million pixel, incl. software)

MikroCam Microsopes, ocular for microscopes, USB-Interface, 1,3 million pixel, incl. softwareMicroscopes by Bresser

- 5283000 Microscopes 
  (LCD display for camera microscopes, storage: SD Card, 35-fold zoom, 1,3 million pixel)

5283000 Microscopes, LCD display for camera microscopes, storage: SD Card, 35-fold zoom, 1,3 million pixelMicroscopes by Bresser

- Microscopes DigiMicro 2.0 Deluxe
  (CMOS image sensor 2.0 Mega pixels, 4 white LED, AVI video format, JPG/BMP image format, USB)

CMOS image sensor 2.0 Mega pixels, 4 white LED, AVI video format, JPG/BMP image format, USBMicroscopes by dnt

- PCE-MM 200UV Microscopes
  (camera microscopes with 8 UV LEDs for illumination of objects, USB, Software)

PCE-MM 200UV Microscopes, camera microscopes with 8 UV LEDs for illumination of objects, USB, SoftwareMicroscopes by PCE-Instruments

- XDS-2 FL Microscopes
  (inverse biology microscope, trinocular, with cross table, for fluorescence analysis)

Microscopes XDS-2 FL for fluorescence analysisMicroscopes by Optika

- Microscopes DigiMicro 2.0 Scale
  (USB digital microscope 10x to 200x, 2.0 Megapixel, 8 built-in LEDs for optimum subject lighting)

USB Digital Microscope 10x to 200x, 2.0 Megapixel, 8 built-in LEDs for optimum subject lightingMicroscopes by dnt

- 52-81000 Microscopes
 
(USB camera microscopes, 20 and 200fold magnification, LED-backlit, software)

52-81000 Microscopes, USB camera microscopes, 20 and 200fold magnification, LED-backlit, softwareMicroscopes by Bresser

- XZ-2 Microscopes
  (portable measuring microscope, binocular, video function, TFT-display, 10x achromatic objective)

Microscopes XZ-2 with TFT-displayMicroscopes by Optika

- Microscopes DigiMicro Profi
  (digital microscope with stand 20x to 300x, 5.0 Megapixel, photo resolution 2592 x 1944 pix)

Digital Microscope with stand 20x to 300x, 5.0 Megapixel, photo resolution 2592 x 1944 pixMicroscopes by dnt

- Microscopes B-353FL
  (trinocular, modern and ergonomic stand, 360° rotatable heads, diopter adjustment, adjustable iris diaphragm)

Microscopes B-353FLMicroscopes by Optika

- Microscopes DigiMicro Labs5.0
  (up to 500x magnification, 5 Megapixel camera, 3.5 inch TFT colour display, integrated LEDs)

Microscopes DigiMicro Labs5.0 up to 500x magnification, 5 Megapixel camera, 3.5 inch TFT colour display, integrated LEDsMicroscopes by dnt

- Microscopes DigiMicro Mobile
  (portable microscope 10x to 500x magnification, 5.0 Megapixel, SD card slot, 3 inch TFT colour display)

portable microscope 10x to 500x magnification, 5.0 Megapixel, SD card slot, 3 inch TFT colour displayMicroscopes by dnt

- Microscopes PCE-IVM 3D
  (up to 93 x magnification, three-dimensional graphic of objects, 360° rotating mirror)

Microscopes by PCE-Instruments Microscopes PCE-IVM 3D: up to 93 x magnification, three-dimensional graphic of objects, 360° rotating mirror

- Microscopes PCE-VM 21
  (up to 75 x magnification, with transmitted and reflected light sources, LC-display)

Microscopes by PCE-Instruments Microscopes PCE-VM 21: up to 75 x magnification, with transmitted and reflected light sources, LC-display

- Microscopes PCE-MVM 3D
  (up to 75 x magnification, motorized mirror, 8" LC-Display, USB connection)

Microscopes by PCE-Instruments Microscopes PCE-MVM 3D with up to 75 x magnification, 45° radius for motorized mirror

- Microscopes BioDiscover
  (LED incident and transmitted light microscopes, monocular, 20 - 1280-fold
magnification, mains operation)

microscopes with incident and transmitted lightMicroscopes by Bresser

- Microscopes XDS-3FL
  (Fluorescence microscope for routine and research applications, trinocular, diopter adjustment, two variants)

Fluorescence microscopes for routine and research applications, trinocular, diopter adjustment, two variantsMicroscopes by Optika

- Microscopes Duolux
  (incident and transmitted light, 20 - 1280-fold magnification, mains or battery operation, incl. PC Ocular)

microscopes with mains or battery operationMicroscopes by Bresser

- Microscopes MML1200
  (Monocular microscopes, ABBE-condenser, 40 - 400-fold magnification, mains operation)

Monocular microscopes with ABBE-condensermicroscopes of Krüss

- Microscopes Erudit DLX
  (LED transmitted light microscopes, Monocular, 40 - 600-fold magnification, mains or battery  operation)

LED transmitted light microscopesMicroscopes by Bresser

- Microscopes MBL3400
  (metallurgical Microscopes, polarisation facility, 50 - 800-fold magnification)

metallurgical Microscopes with polarisation facilitymicroscopes of Krüss

- Microscopes XDS-3MET
  (metallurgy Microscopes with removable object slides, trinocular, 500x magnification, coaxial focusing)

metallurgy Microscopes with removable object slides, trinocular, 500x magnification, coaxial focusingMicroscopes by Optika

- Microscopes Erudit MO
  (LED transmitted light, Monocular 360°-rotatable, 20 - 1536-fold magnification, mains or battery  operation)

microscopes with 20 - 1536-fold magnificationMicroscopes by Bresser

- Microscopes Biolux ICD
  (transmitted light Microscopes, Binocular, 20-fold magnification, battery operation, LED light)

transmitted light MicroscopesMicroscopes by Bresser

- Microscopes MSL4000-10/30-IL-TL
  (stereo-Microscopes 10 and 30-fold magnification, incident and transmitted light)

stereo-Microscopes 10 and 30-fold magnificationmicroscopes of Krüss

- Microscopes MSL4000-20/40-IL-TL
  (stereo-Microscopes, 20 and 40-fold magnification, incident and transmitted light)

stereo-Microscopes, 20 and 40-fold magnificationmicroscopes of Krüss

- Microscopes Biorit ICD
  (incident light Microscopes, 20-fold magnification, WF 10x (30,5 mm) Ocular)

incident light Microscopes, 20-fold magnificationMicroscopes by Bresser

- Microscopes Biorit ICD-CS
  (incident light Microscopes, 10 und 20-fold magnification, flashlight, mains operation)

microscopes with flashlight and mains operationMicroscopes by Bresser

- Microscopes MSZ5000
  (stereo-Zoom-Microscopes without illumination, 7... 45-fold magnification, adjustable interpupillary distance)

stereo-Zoom-Microscopes without illuminationmicroscopes of Krüss

- Microscopes MSZ5000-IL-TL
  (Cameramicroscopes with illumination, 7... 45-fold magnification, adjustable interpupillary distance)

Cameramicroscopes with illumination, 7... 45-fold magnificationmicroscopes of Krüss

- Microscopes B-353LD
  (high performance LED, trinocular, batteries as power supply possible, two versions: B-353LD1/ B-353LD2)

laboratory microscopes high performance LED, trinocular, batteries as power supply possible, two versions: B-353LD1/ B-353LD2Microscopes by Optika

- Microscopes MSZ5000-T-IL-TL
  (stereo-Zoom-Microscopes, incident and transmitted light, 7... 45-fold magnification)

stereo-Zoom-Microscopes, incident and transmitted lightmicroscopes of Krüss

- Bino Researcher Microscopes
  (bioncular, up to 1250-fold magnification, cross table, dioptric adjustment)

Bino Researcher Microscopes, bioncular, up to 1250-fold magnification, cross table, dioptric adjustmentMicroscopes by Bresser

- Microscopes XC-100L
  (portable, monocular, 100x magnification, micrometric eyepiece, adjustable xenon inspection lamp)

portable measuring microscopes, monocular, 100x magnification, micrometric eyepiece, adjustable xenon inspection lampMicroscopes by Optika

- Trino Researcher Microscopes
  (trinocular, up to 1000-fold magnification, cross table, transmitted light)

Trino Researcher Microscopes, trinocular, up to 1000-fold magnification, cross table, transmitted lightMicroscopes by Bresser

- Advance ICD 10x-160x Microscopes
  (USB, 160-fold magnification, LED illuminated, tripod and software)

Advance ICD 10x-160x Microscopes, USB, 160-fold magnification, LED illuminated, tripod and softwareMicroscopes by Bresser

- Microscopes Science IVM-401
  (Profi inverse Microscopes, 100 - 400-fold magnification)

Profi inverse Microscopes, 100 - 400-fold magnificationMicroscopes by Bresser

- Microscopes Science MPO-401
  (Trinocular Polarisation - Microscopes, 40 - 1000-fold magnification, Halogenillumination with dimmer)

Trinocular Polarisation - Microscopes, 40 - 1000-fold magnificationMicroscopes by Bresser

- Microscopes Science ADL-601F
  (fluorescence, up to 1000-fold magnification (transmitted light), 600-fold magnification (fluorescence))

fluorescence microscopes up to 1000-fold magnificationMicroscopes by Bresser

- Microscopes B-600TiFl
  (unbeatable cost-performance ratio, trinocular, 360° rotatable heads, diopter adjustment)

Microscopes B-600TiFLMicroscopes by Optika

- Microtome MT.5503
  (with special Type D knifes, easy montage, knife angle 0 - 30 °, thickness of sample from 1 µm to 40 µm)

with special Type D knifes / easy montage / knife angle 0 - 30 °/ thickness of sample from 1 µm to 40 µmMicroscopes by EUROMEX microscopen bv

Microtome MT.5505
  (Suitable for various materials, Applicable in various areas, Adjustable sample thickness)

Suitable for various materials / Applicable in various areas / Adjustable sample thicknessMicroscopes by EUROMEX microscopen bv

- Microtome MT.5501
  (Applicable in various areas, Suitable for various materials, Two different types purchasable)

Applicable in various areas / Suitable for various materials / Two different types purchasableMicroscopes by EUROMEX microscopen bv

- Endoscopes
  (A different kind of devices for optical observation)

Endoscopes of PCE Microscopes: a different kind of devices for optical observation.

The areas of use for microscopes is nealry unlimited.

There are also optional components for microscopes: software kit (software and data cable) for transferring data directly to a computer.

Software kit of Microscopes. Slides of Microscopes. Instruments of Microscopes.
Software kit  slides  Instruments

Using a microscope
When using a microscope, a few small errors might occur:
- If the magnification has been set too high.
For observing sections of simple objects, a magnification of between 50x and 300x is sufficient. Only when very thin objects with a microtome or samples are being observed is it suitable to increase the magnification. Likewise, we use magnifications of 1000x or higher for the analysis of blood.
- The preparation deteriorates with a false adjustment of the lens.
With higher magnifications, it is possible to first adjust the focus before the lens affects the sample. As such, for a suitable adjustment, the lens will be closed against the stage. After, the clarity of the eyepiece can be adjusted with care.

The MM series of Microscopes in use. The VMS series of Microscopes in use. The TM series of Microscopes in use.

Cleaning Microscopes.
A prerequisite for obtaining clear images with the microscope is that the lens is clean. The biggest problem is dust. It can come from the objects being observed or dust in the environment that the miscroscope is being used. It is very important to protect the lenses from dust to ensure that it does not have the opportunity to damage the lens surface. When the device is not in use, ensure that it is covered to protect it from exposure to dust and make sure that the cover is kept clean to make sure that it is protecting the microscope. It's important to differentiate between the kinds of dirt on the lenses when they are going to be cleaned: dust particles (residue from glass slides or fabrics, etc.) and dirt in general (fingerprints, etc).

Parts of Microscopes.

  1. Ocular
  2. Arm
  3. Stages
  4. Gross and fine setting
  5. height stages setting
  6. Base
  7. Light source
  8. Condenser
  9. Claw
  10. Objective lens
  11. Revolver
  12. Tube

Microscopes are formed by different parts: an optical and a mechanical part. Here follows a short description of these parts:

 - Ocular: Are the lenses situated the closest to the beholder viewer
 - Arm: Situated perpendicullary to the base, they can be vertical or arched, so that they can joined to the base.
 - Stage: Is the part that holds the sample, it consists on two grippers and the hole from which comes the light to
   observe the sample
 - Macrometric fitting: An screw for focus and choose lenses on a quick way
 - Micrometric fitting. An screw for focus and choose lenses on a slow way
 - Stage fitting: An screw that fits the stage
 - Base: is the part that holds the microscope
 - Light souce: It is used to light the samples or items to be observed, it is isolated on the base.
 - Grippers: Two grippers located on the stage. Their aim is to hold the samples
 - Objective lens: The lense situated the closest to the sample
 - Revolver: Is the part that holds the set of objective lenses, it allows to change them.
 - Tube: Is the part were the ocular is, it holds the revolver with the objective lenses on the bottom and the oculars on
   the top.

Information concerning the use of microscopes:
 - Microscopes should be installed straight and safely
 - Mircorscopes need to be connected to a socket
 - Specimen stage on lowest level
 - Object needs to be in the middle of the specimen stage
 - control illumination level with the help of the aperture

Different types of microscopes

Simple Microscopes: They just use a single magnifying glass

Composite Microscopes: They are formed by a kit of glasses, in a way that they allow to magnify the image through them. (optics microscopes).

Electronic Microscopes: They use electrons instead of visible light (fotons) to provide imagPicture of bacterian cells of marine sediments taken with electron Microscopes.es of small items. Those icroscopes increase the speed of electrons to get a shorted wavelength and a better resolution (electrons have a wavelength rather small than visible light, so they are able to break up very small structures) It gives a magnification capacity about 500.000 magnifications compared to other optical microscopes. The images obtained are on black and white as they use electrons instead of light. The electronic spot is produced by a Wolframic cathode. 

Microscopes of reflected light: These microscopes are used mainly to observe transparent and liquid preparations. They are specially used in blood analyse, cells, tests in plants. Classical reflected light microscopes have a really short working distance, under 4 mm. This is why these microscopes are suitable for very thin solutions.

On the image above you can observe a cell that has been tinted for better observation trough Microscopes.

On the image above you can observe a cell that has been tinted for better observation trough microscope 

Solutions are situated on the samples holder and covered with the samples cover lid. Reflected light microscopes are usually offered with a full range of magnification glasses (from 40 to more than 1000). For works of 1000 magnifications it is necessary to put a drop of oil immersion to seal the space between the sample holder and the cover lid. Images until 400 magnifications can be seen without any special technic. The magnification on reflected light microscopes can be increased by changing the oculars

Stereo Microscopes using reflected or transmitted light: These microscopes are typically used to view large objects. Their range of uses includes analysing insects, plants, coins or for testing materials. The majority of reflected light microscopes have a working distance of 40mm, making these microscopes ideal for working with large objects or for testing different materials. Normally we offer these microscopes as models with two eye pieces.

Fluorescence Microscopes: Used to reveal natural fluorescent molecules, or to reveal an added fluorescence, when detecting antibodies.

On this image taken with Microscopes you can see a sample that has not been treated, because it is fluorescent by itself.

On this image you can see a sample that has not been treated, because it is fluorescent by itself.
This circumstance makes tinting unnecessary

In immunity fluorescence a fluorescent dye (almost always FITC) is added to an antibody. These antibodies can be produced on a very specific way to concrete biological structures. The dyes are extremely selective, but not so intensive as in traditional secondary fluorescence.

Monocular Microscopes.                   Microscopes with double eye-piece.

For applications that require to keep images there are trinocular microscopes. They consist on binocular microscopes with an additional tube that allows to install an USB camera that recordes images. These images can later be transferred to a PC or a laptop. It also offers the possibility to connect a microocular to the binocular microscopes. This microocular is simply set to the ocular of the microscope. This gives the opportunity to turn microscopes on video microscopes in an economical way.

Trinocular Microscopes                    Digital Video Microscopes

Requirements to the microscopes:
Since microscopes are used in different areas, their equipment differs. There are normal microscopes with a magnification from 400 to 600-fold. There are also special lighting systems available which makes the examination of low-contrast objects possible.

Microscopes in PTB

If you wish to view or print a selection of microscopes from our catalogue, click the PDF symbol
Go to Microscopes catalogue.
 

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