MANUAL FOR - BMS and Labomed - high quality microscopes
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MANUAL FOR - BMS and Labomed - high quality microscopes

MANUAL FORBMS 143 DIGITAL- ZOOMSTEREOMICROSCOPEBMS ART NR 74959The BMS 143 Digital-Zoom stereomicroscopehas a built in camera. This camera transmitsinformation either through an USB port orthrough a S-Video/composite connection.The CCD element guarantees a bright, sharpand crystal clear image in natural colours.The high mechanical and optical quality of thisstereomicroscope, guarantee a reliable andmaintenance free use. This is a precisioninstrument which should be handled with care.General informationTo prevent condensation of the optical parts, it is recommendable to let thestereomicroscope get adapted to the room temperature while still in the originalpacking.Always place the stereomicroscope on a flat and levelled surface.The item to be observed should be placed in the centre of the object plate. The clips(14) might come in use to fixate the item.Adjust the height of the stereomicroscope head (2) by means of a screw (15) at theback of the pole. Use the side knobs (6) to focus the stereomicroscope.SAFETY NOTES Only use earthed power points. Before maintaining, opening or cleaning the stereomicroscope make sure themains plug is disconnected from the power point. Clean the optical parts with a soft cloth only. Do not touch the lenses with yourfingers. Do not soak the lenses in cleaning liquids. Do not allow any contact between liquids and electrical parts. When using the transmitted light always use the glass object plate (10).Scope of supply.Numbers refer to the photo.1. Eyepieces WF 10x / 22mm2. Stereomicroscope head. Two ocular tubes with diopter correction. Inter pupilardistance between 51 und 75 mm. Built in prism system, that guarantees crispand clear view. Built in CCD camera.3. Pole with fixating screw (15).4. Zoom objective, range 0,7-4,5x5. Zoom adjustment knob, on both sides.6. Coarse adjustment knobs, on both sides . The adjustment force can beregulated by turning the left and right knob in opposite directions.7. Stand with object plate.

8. Incident light 12V / 15 Watt bulb, halogen.9. Knobs for intensity adjustment of illumination. (not visible on photo).10.Glass object plate (milk glass) or black & white object plate.11.Fuses on back of stand (7). (not visible on photo).12.Cable connection to power point13.Switch to guide light beam either through eyepieces or through third tube.14.Object clamps.15.Fixation screw for the height adjustment of the stereomicroscope head.16. USB 2.0 adapter, converts an analogue signal into a digital one.17.SoftwareStorage and cleaningThe stereomicroscope should stay clean and kept away from dust. Keep eyepieces,objectives and objective pairs always in the stereomicroscope. Remove them onlywhen necessary.When not in use, protect the stereomicroscope against dust by means of thedustcover. Or store in a storage case (optional).Do not touch the optical system with bare hands. Do not contaminate the opticalparts with fluids.Use lens paper or a soft cloth for cleaning lenses.In case the lenses are severally contaminated, clean by using a soft cloth sprinkledwith ethanol. The inner lens system can only be cleaned by using a soft hairedpencil.The rest of the stereomicroscope can best be cleaned with a soft cloth. Use of milddetergent is possible.Changing bulb and fuseNever touch the bulb with bare hands, use cloth or gloves.Unplug the stereomicroscope and let the electrical parts cool down.When maintaining the stereomicroscope, make sure it is always disconnected fromthe power point.The light bulb is attached to the lamp holder by means of two clamps. Softly pull thetube shaped bulb. The transmitted light can be found by removing the object plate.The transmitted light bulb is connected in the same way as the incident light bulb.This goes for all series.The new light bulb should be pressed in its socket firmly but carefully.The fuse is placed in a fuse holder, which comes out by using a small screwdriver orcoin. Change fuse, be aware to replace the fuse with the same value as used before.AccessoriesBMS Art. Nr. Description74960 Polarisation set74965 Dark field equipment74983 Eyepieces WF 15x, Ø 16 mm, pair

74985 Eyepieces WF 20x, Ø 11,2 mm, pair75733 Oculair micrometer Ø 25 mm 18 mm 0,01 mm74995 Boom stand74997 Boom stand74990 Auxiliary lens 0,5x74991 Auxiliary lens 1,5x74992 Auxiliary lens 2,0x74986 Bulb, transmitted illumination, 12V-15W74987 Bulb, incident illumination, 12V-15W76029 Wooden case75340 Aluminium caseTechnical SpecificationsMicroscope: Eyepieces: WF 10x/22 mm, with high eye-point Zoom Range: 0,7-4,5 x Illumination: Incident and transmitted halogen light, adjustable, 12V/15W Dioptic adjustment: on one tube Working distance in mm: 100Camera: Image sensor: 1/3” CCD Sensitivity: 3 Lux Resolution: 480 TV lines Pixels: 640 (H) x 480 (V) S/N Ratio: >48 dB Video Output: S-Video and Composite Digital Output: USB White Balance: Automatic Accessories: USB Cable, S-Video and Composite Cable, Software System Requirements: Pentium II PC, or equal. Windows 98/ME/2000/XP

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74959 BMS 143 Digital- Zoom stereomicroscope

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