Question about Premiere Microscopes Science & Laboratory
I purchases a Celestron Digital Microscope Imager. To use it I have to remove the existing eye piece and use the one that comes with the Celestron. How do I remove the eye piece off of my Premiere Monoscope MS-02?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is what is called a "stage stop" screw. Its purpose is to limit the specimen from rising high enough to contact the objective lens. The "stage stop" screw is directly behind the black stage platform in plain sight and very easy to access. It is a thumb screw and sits vertically. Simply loosen it a bit to allow the specimen to rise high enough to focus.
Posted on Dec 25, 2010
You can use a Ken-A-Vision Pupil camera and slide it over the eyepiece or if you remove the eyepieces Meiji Techno has a large selection of adapters that will work with most camera's, that will fit in inside diameter of this eyepiece.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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most objectives and eyepieces are interchangeable between models of microscropes. There are however a few things that you need to be aware of. On the out side of the objective there are number written on them that look similiar to this:
There maybe more writing then that, but usually at the very least you get this. The first part (100x) is the objective magnification, the 1.25 is the Numerical aperture, the 160 is the tube length (in mm), and the .17 is the cover-slip correctness. What you are most concerned with is the mechanical tube length. There are 3 common ones, 160, 210, and infinity. It is very important that you get an objective with the right tube mechanical tube length, or there is a very good chance it won't work. If you are working with slides, then it is a good idea to get one that is cover slip corrected, otherwise most of the other information is only real important to very specific applications.The other key variable is the threading. Most microscopes use what is call a standard RMS threading, however many educational or high end objectives will not have this.
The eyepieces are pretty straight forward. You just need to find one that that has an outside diameter of the sleeve that will fit the inside diameter of the tube it is going into. Beyond that, most eyepieces are pretty interchangeable amongst brands.
Posted on Jan 29, 2011
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