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Zeiss Axiostar
Manufacturer:
Zeiss
Model: Axiostar
Date: 2000
Category: Medical and Biomedical Equipment
Group:
Description: Transmitted-Light Microscope
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The Axiostar is a transmitted light microscope for the visualization of fine structures and forms in biology and medicine. Typical applications of the Axiostar include - laboratory microscopy, - doctors' offices, - training (schools and universities). Thanks to its pyramid design, the Axiostar is a compact transmitted-light Microscope In addition to high-resolution ICS objectives and the major brightfield, darkfield, phase contrast and polarization contrast techniques, an optionai camera port for photo and video documentation is also available to the user. Major instrument features: Sturdy and convenient stand in the pyramid design - User-friendly coaxial coarse and fine drive - Mechanical stage 75 x 30 R with ceramrc-Ibated stage surface and specimen holder Space-saving and continuously adjustable integrated illuminator with long-life 6 Vr 20 W halogen lamp - 0.9/1.25 condenser for brichtfield, darkfield and phase contrast Ph 1, 2, 3 - Ball-bearing, 4- or 5-position nosepiece with W 0.8 thread - SCS objectives in the price/performa nee categories CP-Achromat, A-Plan and Achroplan in finely graduated rows - Binocuiar tube 45720 ICS with a viewing hesght of 425 470 mm and binocular phototube 45720 ICS with folding prism 100% vis / 100% doc - 10x eyepieces for the field numbers 20 or IS, suitable for eyeglass wearers, fixed and adjustabîe

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Manual Type: User Manual Zeiss-10385-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pages: 74
Size: 8.11 Mbytes (8506788 Bytes)
Language: english
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Manual-ID/Number: B 40-031 e
Date: 01 December 2000
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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INTRODUCTION Tille Page ... I Copyright ... II Contents ... Ill General notes on safety, instrument satety and EMC ... V Notes on safety unpacking, transport, storage, disposal and operation ... Vi Notes on safety: Care and maintenance, warranty notes ... VI! 1 DESCRIPTION ... 1-3 1.1 Name and intended application ... 1-3 1.2 Description and main features ... '-3 1.3 Microscope modules ... s-4 1.4 Objectives ... 1-6 1.5 Eyepieces ... 1-8 1.6 Stage micrometers and eyepiece reticles ... 1-8 1.7 Technical data ... ... 1-10 2 START-UP ... 2-2 2.1 Unpacking the instrument ... 2-2 2.2 Attachment of tube ... 2-2 2.2.1 Attachment of binocular tube 45'720 iCS ... 2-2 2.2.2 Attachment of binocular phototube 4 5a/20 ics ... 2-2 2.3 Screwmg-in of objectives ... 2-3 2.4 Insertion of eyepieces ... 2-3 2.4.1 I n s e rtton of eyep i ete reti cle ... 2-4 2.4.2 Compensation of ametropia when eyepiece reticles are used ... 2-4 2.4.3 Attachment of folding eyecups ... 2-4 2.5 Setting of interpupillary distance and viewing height ... 2-5 2.6 Attachment of specimen holder to mechanical stage 75 X 3D R ... 2-6 2.7 Attachment of condensers ... 2-1 2.7.1 Attachment of Abbe condenser 0.9/1.25 ... 2-7 2.7.2 Insertion of slider for phase contrast or darkfield ... 2-7 2.7.3 Attachment of Abbe condenser with 5-position turret ... 2$B, 2.7.4 Attachment of LEO illuminator ... 2-9 2.S Attachment of colored disk earner, polarizer ur wide-angle unit ... 2-11 2.9 Connecting the instrument to the line ... 2-12 3 OPERATION ... 3-3 3.1 Switch on the instrument ... 3-3 3.2 Using the Transmiited-lignt bhghtfield tecnnique ... 3-4 3.2.1 General principle ... 3-*3 5.2.2 Transmiticd-lighc bnghtfic-ld configuration ... 3-4 3.2.3 Setting of transmitted-1ight brightfield for KÖHLER illumination ... 3-4 3.3 U sin g tra n sm i tted-1 igh t pn a se co n trast ... 3-6 3.3.1 General principle ... 3-6 3.3.2 Transmuted-i=ghr phase contrast configuration ... 3^6 3.3.3 Getting of transmitted-light phase contrast ... 3-7 3 4 Using the transmitted-'ight darkfield technique ... 3-8 3.4. ; General principle ... 3-8 3.4.2 Transmitted-light darkfield configuration ... 3-8 3.4.3 Setting of transmitted-light darkf ield ... 3-9 3.5 Using transmitted-lighr polarization contrast ... 3-1C 3.5.1 General principle ... ... 3-10 3.5.2 Transmiited-light polarization contrast configuration ... 3-10 3.5.3 Setting of transmitted-light polarization contrast ... 3-10 3.5.4 Sample diffeienuation between gout and pseudcgnut ... 3-11 3.6 Measurement of lengths ... 3-12 3.7 Attachment if ics doubte tube ... 3-13 3.8 Attachment of photomicrography eqmpmem ... 3-14 3-3.1 Attachment of SLR Camera, £. g, CONTAX ARIA ... 3-14 3.B.2 Attachment of MC 80 DX microscope camera {35 mm film cassette} ... 3-16 3.9 Attachment of adapters for video cameras ... 3-17 3.10 Attachment of adapters foi digital compact ca meras ... 3-19 3.10.1 Digital cameras with 37 mm -filter thread ... 3-20 3.10.2 Digital cameras with 52 mm filter thread ... 3-21 3.10.3 Attachment of cameras with other filter thread sizes ... 3-22 3.10.4 Sony DSC-S7Ü on digital camera ada otec 44 M52x0.7 5 ... 3-22 3.11 Packing the instrument ... 3-23 4 CARE, MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING ... 4-1 4.1 Care and maintenance of the instrument ... 4-2 4.2 Troubleshooting ... 4-3 4.2.1 Changing the fuses ... 4-3 4.2.2 Changing the 6 Vr 20 W halogen lamp ... 4-4 4.2.3 Troubleshooting table ... 4-5 4.2.4 Table of spares, wearing parts and tools ... ^“8 4.3 Req u es tin g servi ce ... ^-9 ANNEX Index ... A-2 List of Abbreviations ... A-4 Physical and Technical Units ... A-5 Certification Accordance with PIN EN ISO 9001 / DIN EN 46001 EC Conformiiy Declaration

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