Biological microscope for pathology by Advanced Image Concepts

Feb. 13, 2014
FEIN Optic RB40 microscopes from Advanced Image Concepts for pathology and other clinical diagnosis uses features an infinity color-corrected optical system that enables fluorescence, phase contrast, polarizing, and dark field functions.

FEIN Optic RB40 microscopes from Advanced Image Concepts (Oxford, MA) for pathology and other clinical diagnosis uses features an infinity color-corrected optical system that enables fluorescence, phase contrast, polarizing, and dark field functions. Its transmitted illumination system has built-in transmitted Koehler illumination, a 6 V/30 W halogen lamp, and a 100–240 V range. A motorized stage optimized for pathology has a 76 × 50 mm moving range.

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