Olympus BX line of upright clinical and research microscopes
The BX line of upright clinical and research microscopes has ergonomic and imaging features that provide comfort, ease of use and accuracy.
In the line there is the BX43 system microscope for clinical laboratory applications; the BX46 clinical microscope with ergonomic design and fast observation; and the BX53 system microscope for research/clinical applications.
Advancements in the design of the BX3 series allow users to record and share microscope magnification and setting information automatically for comparing, measuring and scaling images, an exposure button that makes it possible for researchers to capture digital images without taking their hands off the microscope and a tilting, telescoping and lifting observation tube that allows users to adjust the height, front-to-back position and tilt angle of the eyepieces independently for the ultimate in comfortable observation.
The BX43 and BX46 have environmentally conscious features, including a bright LED lamp that offers halogen-like colour fidelity, uses less energy and lasts approximately 20,000 h; and a light intensity manager that eliminates the need to make manual adjustments when changing magnifications.
The BX46 has a low stage height - 7.5 cm above the tabletop - for stress-free operation with reduced fatigue.
The BX53 research/clinical system has fluorescence optics and filters, including hard-coating technology and a fly’s eye array that delivers higher-quality images by providing even illumination. It offers a motion sensor that detects when the user steps away from the instrument, automatically turning off the lamp after approximately 30 minutes, saving energy and providing longer lamp life.
Both the BX43 and BX53 have an optional condenser that accommodates magnifications from 2x to 100x without requiring a swing-top lens.
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