Olympus BX53-P research polarising

Olympus BX53-P research polarising microscope

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Olympus BX53-P

Clear Observation Images with UIS2 Objective Lens


Thanks to Olympus' sophisticated design and manufacturing technology, new ACHN-P and UPLFLN-P strain-free objectives reduce internal strain to an absolute minimum. Olympus has also totally redesigned its polarizers and polarizing condensers to further enhance performance in polarized light. This means a higher EF* value, resulting in unmatched image brightness and contrast.

*EF value: the ratio of brightness of parallel Nicols to orthogonal(Cross) Nicols. The higher is the EF value, the less is the strain of the optical system. This means that a higher EF value is superior in polarization characteristics.

Example Observation Images
Quartz Diorite
Quartz Diorite
Liquid Crystal MBBA (P-methoxy Benzylidene P-n Butyl Aniline)
Liquid Crystal MBBA
UPLFLN-P Series
UPLFLN-P Series
UPLFLN-P Series Specifications
Product Name Numerical Aperture
(N.A.)
Working Distance
(W.D.)
UPLFLN4XP 0.13 17.0mm
UPLFLN10XP 0.3 10.0mm
UPLFLN20XP 0.5 2.1mm
UPLFLN40XP 0.75 0.51mm
UPLFLN100XOP 1.3 0.2mm
ACHN-P Series
ACHN-P Series
ACHN-P Series Specifications
Product Name Numerical Aperture
(N.A.)
Working Distance
(W.D.)
ACHN10xP 0.25 6.0mm
ACHN20xP 0.40 3.0mm
ACHN40xP 0.65 0.45mm
ACHN100xOP 1.25 0.13mm

Superior Operability and Optical Performance

Large Viewfields and Ergonomic Design

Observations can be performed comfortably and efficiently thanks to the Y-shape frame developed in pursuit of ultimate ergonomics. This greatly lessens operator's fatigue during the extended observation.
The Field Number is as large as 22, allowing a 21% wider area than that given by a microscope of ordinary filed number 20 to be observed at a glance. In addition, a bright halogen lamp of 12V-100W is used in the illumination system allowing observation of clear images of polarization.

Rugged and Accurate Rotating Stage

The rotating-centering mechanism attached to the rotary stage allows smooth rotation of a specimen. In addition, there is a click-stop mechanism provided at each 45 degrees for precise measurement. With the option of adding a dual-mechanical stage further discreet x-y movement is possible.

Rotary Stage
Rotary Stage
Dual-mechanical Stage
Dual-mechanical Stage

Accessories Suited for High-level Polarization Observation

Compensators

WavePlate/Compensator
WavePlate/Compensator
Six different compensators are available for the BX51-P microscope, allowing measurement of various retardation levels, ranging from 0 to 20λ. For easier measurement, the direct readout method is featured. Higher image contrast can be attained by using a Senarmont or Brace- Koehler compensator to change the retardation level in the entire field of view.
Retardation Measuring range of compensators
Compensator Measuring Range Major Application
U-CTB Thick Berek 0-11,000nm Large Retardation Measurement (R*>3λ), ( Crystal , Giant Molecule, Fiber, Photoelastic Strain, etc.)
U-CBE Berek 0-1,640nm Retardation Measurement ( Crystal , Giant Molecule, Fiber, Body Tissue, etc.)
U-CSE Senarmont 0-546nm Retardation Measurement ( Crystal , Body Tissue, etc.)
Contrast Intensification (Body Tissue, etc.)
U-CBR1 Brace-Kohler 1/10λ 0-55nm Minute Retardation Measurement ( Crystal , Body Tissue, etc.)
Contrast Intensification (Body Tissue, etc.)
U-CBR2 Brace-Kohler 1/30λ 0-20nm
U-CWE2 Quarts Wedge 500-2,200nm Preliminary Survey of Retardation ( Crystal , Giant Molecule, etc.)
* R stands for retardation.
The use of an interference filter 45IF546 together is recommended for improving measuring accuracy (Except for U-CWE2).

Unmatched image sharpness in orthoscopic and conoscopic observations.

Conoscopic Orthoscope Observation Units
Conoscopic Orthoscope Observation Units
With a U-CPA conoscopic observation attachment, changeover between orthoscopic and conoscopic observation is simple and quick.
Focusing of conoscopic images is easy and accurate. Employing a Bertrand field stop makes it possible to obtain consistently sharp and clear conoscopic images

Easy adaptation of digital cameras, image analysis software and automated accessories

Our full line of digital cameras provide viewing and speedy image transfer to computers. OLYMPUS Image Analysis Software has been designed specifically for industrial microscopy applications with intuitive menus and advanced software routines. Users are empowered with the latest image analysis and management solutions to satisfy specific application requirements.

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