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Olympus BX51 WIF Fluorescence Motorized Microscope Pred BX53

Olympus BX51 WIF Fluorescence Motorized Microscope Pred BX53
Olympus BX51 WIF Fluorescence Motorized Microscope Pred BX53
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  • Brand: Olympus
  • Product Code: 16050
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$11,995.00

Here is an Olympus BX51 WIF Fluorescence Motorized Microscope Pred BX53

Setup for Brightfield and Fluorescence studies.

Condition:
This Olympus BX51 WIF Fluorescence Motorized Microscope is in good working order with all aspects tested and working fully.
Microscope optics have been cleaned professionally by our technician under a class 10,000 clean room hood.

Please see the exact video and photos below.

Testing we performed:
The Olympus BX51 WIF Fluorescence Motorized Microscope passed all tests and was found to be fully functional:
Tested halogen lamp and source fully: PASSED
Tested fluorescence lamp & source fully: PASSED
Tested motorized XY stage to limits: PASSED
Tested motorized focal adjustment to limits: PASSED
Tested motorized nosepiece to limits: PASSED
Tested motorized fluorescence turret to limits: PASSED
Tested iris adjustment: PASSED
Tested connection to computer: PASSED
Tested objectives for clarity: PASSED
Tested eyepieces for clarity: PASSED
Tested adjustable condenser: PASSED
Tested live feed quality: PASSED

During testing the Olympus BX51 WIF Fluorescence Motorized Microscope was found to have no issues.
A clear image was produced through the eyepieces as well as through the camera port.
All of the motorized components moved freely and the test sample was able to be focused without excessive effort.

System consists of:
Base:
Olympus BX51WIF Upright Microscope
Head:
U-TR30-2 Trinocular head
(2) WHN10x/22 Eyepieces
Condenser:
U-LWCD 0.65 Condenser
Brightfield Path:
U-LH100-3 Halogen lamp
Fluorescence:
6-position Motorized Turret
AQUA- EX:436/20nm DM:455nm EM:480/30nm
GREEN- EX 545nm DM 570nm EM 590nm
RED- EX 545/60nm DM: 575nm EM: 620/60nm
Illumination:
U-LH100-3 12V 100W Halogen lamp
Prior CRI 200W Metal halide lamp
TH4-100 Power supply
BX-UCB Control box
Stage:
PRIOR Motorized XY Stage
PRIOR Motorized Z/Focal
PRIOR H31XYZECRI Control box
U-HSTR2 Controller
Motorized Components:
XY stage, Z/Focal adjustment, Nosepiece, Filter cube turret, Fluorescence shutter
Objectives:
U-D6REM 6-position Motorized Nosepiece
4x/0.16 UPlanFL N
10x/0.30 UPlanFl
20x/0.40 LCPlanFl
Photo / Port Splits:
Head Port 100% or Trinocular Split 100% Eye or 50/50 Split or 100% Camera
Camera:
AmScope MU1003 10MP CMOS USB 3.0 Digital Color Camera
Computer and Software:
Dell Latitude i5 running AmScope software

Communication and power cables.

Configuration and Setup:
Orientation: Upright
Illumination: Brightfield w/ Fluorescence
Objectives: 4x/0.13 UPlanFL N, 10x/0.30 UPlanFl, 20x/0.40 UPlanFl
Light Sources: 12V 100W Halogen Lamp, 200W Metal Halide Lamp w/ Liquid Light Guide
Stage: Motorized XY

This Olympus BX51 WIF Fluorescence Motorized Microscope is currently set up for Brightfield viewing with Fluorescence studies.
It has a motorized XY stage and a motorized focal adjustment. The nosepiece and filter cube turrets are both motorized as well.
With included objectives of 4x, 10x, 20x and 10x eyepieces the total magnification of this system is 200x.

Video Description:
This video begins with a full front view of the Olympus BX51 WIF Fluorescence Motorized Microscope powered up and running.
The camera pans from right to left for a closer look at detail. We see the AmScope live feed with a demonstration of the motorized XY and focal control.
Last we see the Fluorescence cubes rotated into the light path of the liquid light guide.
A final front view of the Olympus BX51 WIF Fluorescence Motorized Microscope will end this video.

Documentation:
Datasheet: N/A

Brochure: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GGyTbtzEVviJvnxqPglbXWJRiF2pGzJd/view?usp=sharing

Manual: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ohhveB80ntrBhnIXvLxqDItCV2NOoEbI/view?usp=sharing

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      1. All items are different, but they all follow the same principle when packaging.

      2. Start with a well-constructed crate

A well-constructed crate would consist of 1/2” to 5/8” Plywood with framing. We generally purchase our crates from a third party who specializes in custom crates.

      3. You always want the Instrument to not be directly on the wood deck of the crate. This is done by placing it on foam, inside of the crate. We use 2” 1.7 lb. density foam which works great. It provides cushioning and enough firmness to support the Instrument.

      4. The next step is to make sure there is nothing on the deck of the Instrument and the Head/ Arm is secured. In some cases there will be multiple arms to secure but for this example there is only one. The reason for this is so there is no free movement during transit which could cause serious damage to the Instrument.

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      7. Final step is to photograph everything inside the crate and then seal it with screws.

 

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