Ergoscope® ES-B100 Inverted Portable Biological Microscope 40X – 400X


Ergoscope® ES-B100 Inverted Portable Biological Microscope Specs

Finite. Total Magnification: 40-400X. 10X Eyepiece. 4X 10X 40X Achromatic Objective. Inverted. Eye Tube Angle: 45°. Eyepiece Field of View: Dia. 18mm. Illumination Type: LED Coaxial Transmitted Light.

Ergoscope® ES-B100 Inverted Portable Biological Microscope

About The Ergoscope® ES-B100 Inverted Portable Biological Microscope

The Ergoscope® ES-B100 Inverted Portable Biological Microscope is a versatile and compact instrument designed for biological research and educational purposes. With a Total Magnification range of 40-400X, this microscope offers exceptional clarity and detail for observing microscopic specimens.

Featuring a 10X Eyepiece and 4X, 10X, and 40X Achromatic Objectives, the ES-B100 provides a wide range of magnification options for detailed inspection. The Inverted design allows for the observation of specimens in culture flasks and petri dishes, making it ideal for cell culture applications.

The ES-B100 Inverted Portable Biological Microscope is equipped with an Eye Tube Angle of 45°, ensuring comfortable viewing, while the Eyepiece Field of View of Dia. 18mm offers a clear and wide field of vision for enhanced observation.

For illumination, the ES-B100 features LED Coaxial Transmitted Light, providing bright and uniform lighting for enhanced viewing. This type of illumination is ideal for observing transparent or translucent specimens, ensuring accurate observation of cellular structures.

The compact and portable design of the ES-B100 Inverted Portable Biological Microscope makes it easy to transport and use in various settings, making it ideal for fieldwork and educational purposes. Additionally, the microscope is designed to be user-friendly, with simple controls and adjustments for easy operation.

Overall, the Ergoscope® ES-B100 Inverted Portable Biological Microscope is a reliable and versatile instrument that offers both performance and portability for biological research and education. Its specialized design and features make it an essential tool for professionals and students alike seeking reliable and precise observation capabilities in a portable package.

Biological Microscope

Biological microscopes are compound microscopes that are primarily used to observe and study organisms and microorganisms.
Biological microscopes were the earliest type of microscopes to be invented and the most widely used compound microscope today. Humans first used simple microscopes to observe tiny objects with a lens. Later, compound microscope were invented, which then used two lenses, i.e., one eyepiece and one objective lens for secondary imaging, to obtain a larger multiple of the image.

Conventionally, we usually refer to microscopes that include various accessories such as phase contrast, fluorescence, and polarized light etc. as compound microscopes, to distinguish them from stereo microscopes. (Although stereo microscopes also have an eyepiece and an objective lens, they have two light paths, which presents a three-dimensional image).

The most basic biological microscope consists of an eyepiece, an objective lens, a microscope stage, and light source. Both the eyepiece and the objective lens are convex lenses. The objective lens first enlarges the object into a real image. The eyepiece then magnifies the real image again into a virtual image, and finally becomes an inverted magnified virtual image on the retina of the human eye.

Biological microscopes are usually used to observe transparent or translucent objects, such as animal and plant cells, tissues, bacteria and microorganisms, as well as various kinds of tiny particles by means of sectioning. They are widely used in teaching, medicine, animal or plant research and industrial fields. Modern optical microscopes have made great progress in the wavelengths of various kinds of light; illumination forms, resolution, microscope functions, structure and comfort of image acquisition and analysis, and basically meet various research needs.
According to the user’s needs and the complexity of the product, general biological microscopes are divided into student-level, experimental-grade, and research-level biological microscopes.

Biological microscopes are the basic structure of other forms of compound microscopes that are added with various kinds of accessories or attachments. Many principles and key points are fundamentally reflected in biological microscopes.

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Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 2 × 8 in
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