The evolution of this bestselling microscope delivers new, cost-efficient improvements in both optics and system performance. Newly equipped with Olympus' leading-edge UIS2 optical system, it provides significantly enhanced image clarity in a variety of observation methods, from brightfield to reflected light fluorescence. For all inspection and training applications in the fields of biology and medicine, the CX41 sets the pace for its class in both basic and system performance.
These Abbe type condensers allow brightfield observations from 4X to 100X. Accurate centering is provided by the attachment lens (CX-AL) and the iris diaphragm, to exclude unnecessary light and obtain bright Koehler illumination right across the magnification range. These highly economical condensers enable phase contrast and darkfield observations by simply adding basic accessories.
For phase contrast observations at 10X, 40X and 100X.
For darkfield observations from 4X to 40X.* Separate filter holder (CH2-FH) or attachment lens (CX-AL) required.
Use of the 2X low magnification objective allows macro observation.
The CX41 provides images of outstanding brightness and clarity in a variety of observation modes. As well as Olympus' renowned UIS2 optics infinity system, it employs the PLCN series of Plan Achromat objectives, which are made from carefully selected top quality glass and manufactured with the most rigorous precision. The result is a major improvement in image flatness, with the 10X and 40X objectives in particular providing images that are among the very best in this class of microscope. Transmitted light illumination is from a 6 V, 30 W high-intensity halogen light source.
Rubber grips are provided for the stage handles, allowing the specimen to be moved smoothly with just one finger. The slim body and conveniently positioned controls ensure that everything is within easy reach, so operators can maintain a natural posture.
The tilting binocular tube lets each operator select the most suitable and comfortable eyepoint — a valuable contribution to reducing fatigue in extended observation sessions.
The quintuple revolving nosepiece enables a wide range of magnification observations and various combinations of objectives. Unrestricted access to the space in front of the objective allows specimens to be exchanged quickly and easily.
To keep the work area clear, and to avoid interference with observation operations, the X-direction travel guide does not extend out from the side of the stage. The main and sub-scale displays are designed for easy read-out.
Enables dual, simultaneous observation of a single specimen from the same direction with equal magnification and brightness for both operators. A pointer can be used to indicate specific sections of the specimen to simplify the training process and enhance discussion.
Digital or video cameras can be attached for on-site/remote illustration of educational/discussion meetings.
High-definition images displayed with stunning detail in real time. Seamless conference support with real-time image display and smooth operation.