The new BX43 upright microscope, the successor to the esteemed BX41, offers enhanced user operation and improved optical versatility. The new light intensity management system, binocular and trinocular observation tubes, and objective nose pieces continue the Olympus tradition of providing outstanding value in a clinical microscope.
BX43 CLINICAL MICROSCOPE OVERVIEW
Flexible system format supports a wide-range of observation methods
- New binocular and trinocular observation heads enhance the ergonomics and operation of a BX43 microscope. Choose between tilting and traditional configurations.
- The new light intensity management feature coupled with new, encoded objective nosepieces controls light intensity as observation magnification changes.
- The new LED light source offers superb color reproduction from purple to cyan to red, with ultra-long lifespan.
- Get digital images in a snap! The new hand switch for the Olympus DP21 digital camera can be easily mounted within a finger’s reach of the focus knob, allowing the operator to snap a digital image without disrupting ergonomic position or observation.
- New U-LC condenser achieves even illumination of specimens for observation from 2x to 100x dry. An assortment of other condensers allow you to perform a wide range of contrast techniques such as Nomarski (DIC), polarization for Gout analysis, phase contrast, and darkfield observation.
Ergonomic design for efficiency and comfort
- Updated Y-shaped frame brings user controls forward for ease of access, efficiency and enhanced operator comfort.
- The new tilting, telescoping/lifting binocular observation tube offers unsurpassed comfort in viewing position. The new U-TTLBI binocular head tilts from 0-27°, extends an incredible 55mm, and lifts 45mm to accommodate different operators and reduce fatigue during use.
- The new color-balanced LED with light intensity management system diminishes eye fatigue and the strain of repetitive adjustments.