Microscopes

They were invented in 1904 by August Kรถhler and Moritz von Rohr, scientists working for a microscope-making company. Their creation started from the idea of building a microscope which could achieve higher resolution, so after performing wavelength calculations, they decided to use UV light.

For much of the 20th century, ultraviolet microscopy was widely used because of its potency. With it, it was possible to visualize and study a large number of biological elements and processes that until now had not been described with traditional microscopy. However, phase contrast microscopes were then invented and ultraviolets took a back seat.

Types of Microscopes a Laboratory May Need

  Laboratory Microscope YR0241

Coaxial coarse and fine knob, 24mm range of motion, 0.004mm fine division,Siedentopf trinocular head, 30ยฐ inclined, interpupillary distance 55-75mm,Revolving quadruple ...

 
 

LCD Touch Screen Digital Microscope YR05782

Achromatic HC 4x,10x,40x100x Objective, Upgradeable To Infinity,Double Layer Mechanical Stage ...

 
 

Manual Halogen Laboratory Microscope YR0266A 

YR0266A // YR0266C is newly designed Full Auto Morotrized  Research  Level Scientific Laboratory Microscope...

 
 

Metallurgical Microscope YR0251 โ€“ YR0252

Scidentopf trinocular Head 30ยฐ Inclined, Interpupillary 48~75mm,Extra Wide Field Eyepiece EW10x/22mm...

 
 

Our Best Selling Microscopes

  • Parallel Optical System, Module Design to Add Function Easily
  • Large Zoom Ratio Up to 1:10 With Tilting Head 0ยฐ-35ยฐ Viewing Angle Adjustable for User
  • Transmit & Reflect LED Illumination, Brightness Adjustable, Working Life 6000 Hours
  • Complete Accessories Include Polarizing, Dark Field, Fluorescent Attachment
  • Plan Apochromatic Objective 0.5x Optional

Analysis of the best Microscopes for your Laboratory

What is a composite microscope?

The greatest advance in the scientific world came with the arrival of the optical microscope, which is nothing...

 
 

What is a dark field microscope?

Darkfield microscopy is a type of optical microscope used in certain types of laboratories. It has the same ...

 
 

What are ultraviolet light microscopes?

They are a type of microscope, similar to conventional ones, however, they have a key difference...

 
 

Types of microscopes: applications

The microscope is a device that allows observing elements or structures that cannot be observed with the...

 
 

Catalog of Microscopes models on offer

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Guides to Becoming a Microscope Expert

Microscopic equipment are essential products in a laboratory, we provide guides and recommendations for better use, so you can work as an expert.

What is the most commonly used Microscope and why?

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Types of microscopes for laboratory and field

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Functions of the microscope for the development of vaccines against monkeypox

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Working Microscope Videos

In this section you can find, our Microscopes in operation, packaged, receiving service, etc.

Working Microscope

The greatest advance in the scientific world came with the arrival of the optical microscope, which is nothing more than an instrument that makes it possible to observe microscopic objects, that is, they cannot be seen with the naked eye by the human eye, this function is thanks to the fact that it has an optical system formed by lenses that increase the image that the user is viewing.

The basis of these equipment is the presence of lenses that change the direction of the light rays, such as converging or diverging, which can produce augmented images. Another fundamental element, without which they could not work, is light, that is why optical microscopes come equipped with a light bulb or lamp at the bottom. There are several types of microscopes, including the compound, which we will discuss below.

Frequently Asked Questions about Microscopes

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