Dino-Lite Handheld Microscope (AD413T-12v)

Dino-Lite in MS-52B Stand


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Microscope has both infrared and and ultraviolet illumination. Click the "Toggle LED" button in the software to cycle through the illumination choices.

From Dino-Lite (Mohawk Medical) website:

Leica Wild MZ3 stereo microscope

Wild MZ3

Leica Wild MZ3 stereo microscope on boom.

Nikon Eclipse E600



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Upright Microscope

According to Nikon's Instrument Evolution Guide the lineage of the Eclipse e600 (circa 1997) evolved into the Eclipse 80i in 2004.

Description of the Eclipse e600 instrument from the Museum of Microscopy

Available since the mid-1990s, the mid-tier microscope incorporates completely new specifications adopted for the CFI60 series objectives, including a 60-millimeter parfocal distance, a 25-millimeter thread size, and a standard 22-millimeter field of view. An ergonomic design allows for longer periods of comfortable observation.

The E600 is equipped with a detachable substage, a 12-volt 100-watt tungsten-halide lamp, filter magazine, and a choice of sextuple nosepiece or sextuple DIC nosepiece. The microscope features a longer focal length tube lens, a characteristic feature of the new CFI60 infinity optical system, and a new multiple point rigid design for attaching accessories. Advanced universal objectives allow for multiple observation techniques -- such as brightfield, darkfield, Nomarski DIC, epi-fluorescence or phase contrast -- eliminating the need to change objectives while maintaining the same optical quality as dedicated lenses.

Olympus BX51 Microscope


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Analytical microscope.

A Olympus DP26-CU 5MP Digital Color Camera and a PC with Olympus CellSens Standard software were purchased for this microscope in 2012.


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