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  • Clinical Microscope

Nov 2009
Olympus Europa SE & Co. KG, Medical Systems & Micro-Imaging Solutions GroupRequest Info
Olympus.jpgOlympus Life Science Europa GmbH has unveiled the CX21LED clinical microscope with built-in LED illumination. Suitable for biological and medical applications, the imaging system can illuminate samples with a light intensity similar to that provided by halogen bulbs. It is designed with robust components, according to the company: The eyepiece and condenser are both attached to the body, while the revolving nosepiece and objectives are fixed to the wide rigid arm. The brightness of the LED can be changed without affecting the color temperature, and the ergonomic layout of the main controls permits quick operation with minimal movement.


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color temperature
A colorimetric concept related to the apparent visual color of a source (not its temperature). For a blackbody, the color temperature is equal to the temperature in kelvin.
A single positive lens or group of lenses used in a projection system to collect light from a source and cause it to illuminate evenly the object to be projected.
Also known as ocular. The lens system used between the final real image in a visual optical system and eye. It acts as an image magnifier. Many types of eyepieces are known; e.g., the Huygens used in microscopes, the Ramsden in surveying instruments, the Kellner in prism binoculars, and the Erfle in military instruments and wide-angle binoculars.
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