Used Nikon Eclipse E100 Microscoop
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477 – Used Nikon Eclipse E100 trinocular microscope

750.00 ex. | 907.50 inc.

The Used Nikon Eclipse E100 trinocular microscope has been tested in our laboratory and is in a good condition. The Eclipse E100 is an excellent microscope for clinical and educational use. It comes with the attributes shown in the pictures and to a large extend listed under specifications. The shown DS-fi1 camera on the microscope is also part of the offered configuration but lacks a controller. A new controller is quite expensive (2500 euro), therefore the camera might not be of added value. For more info see the specifications and the Nikon Eclipse E100 folder. The newprice for such a  configuration will be approximately 3000 euro.

Specifications:

  • Optical System
    CFI45 Infinity Optical System
  • Eyepieces (F.O.V.)
    • CFI E 10x (18 mm)
  • Focusing
    Coaxial coarse/fine focusing, Cross roller guide, Focusing stroke: 22 mm, Coarse: 37.7 mm/rotation, Fine: 0.2 mm/rotation, Coarse motion torque adjustable
  • Eyepiece Tube
    • E2-TF Trinocular Tube, Eyepiece/Port: 100/0, 0/100, 360º rotatable
    • Y-T TV tube
  • Nosepiece
    Quadruple nosepiece (within main body), Revolving mechanism with multiple ball bearings, Elastic nosepiece grip-ring
  • Stages
    Rectangular mechanical stage (within main body), with specimen holder, with vernier calibrations, Cross travel: 76 (X) x 40 (Y) mm
  • Objectives (NA / W.D., mm)
    • CFI BE Plan Achromat 10x (0.25 / 6.7)
    • CFI BE Plan Achromat 60x (0.8 / 0.24)
    • CFI BE Plan Achromat 100x (1.25 / 0.14)
    • Olympus DPlan 50x, 090 oil (160/-)
  • Condensers
    • YS-CA Abbe Condenser N.A. 1.25, Aperture diaphragm with position guide marking for respective objectives, 33-mm Blue Filter attachable
  • Observation Methods
    Brightfield, Darkfield, Phase contrast

See the video below for information about dismantling microscopes:

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The Used Nikon Eclipse E100 trinocular microscope has been tested in our laboratory and is in a good condition. The Eclipse E100 is an excellent microscope for clinical and educational use. It comes with the attributes shown in the pictures and to a large extend listed under specifications. The shown DS-fi1 camera on the microscope is also part of the offered configuration but lacks a controller. A new controller is quite expensive (2500 euro), therefore the camera might not be of added value. For more info see the specifications and the Nikon Eclipse E100 folder. The newprice for such a  configuration will be approximately 3000 euro.

Specifications:

  • Optical System
    CFI45 Infinity Optical System
  • Illumination
    High luminescent white LED illuminator (Eco-illumination)
    6V20W halogen lamp, Compliant multi-voltage (100 V-240 V)
  • Eyepieces (F.O.V.)
    • CFI E 10x (18 mm)
  • Focusing
    Coaxial coarse/fine focusing, Cross roller guide, Focusing stroke: 22 mm, Coarse: 37.7 mm/rotation, Fine: 0.2 mm/rotation, Coarse motion torque adjustable
  • Eyepiece Tube
    • E2-TF Trinocular Tube, Eyepiece/Port: 100/0, 0/100, 360º rotatable
    • Y-T TV tube
  • Nosepiece
    Quadruple nosepiece (within main body), Revolving mechanism with multiple ball bearings, Elastic nosepiece grip-ring
  • Stages
    Rectangular mechanical stage (within main body), with specimen holder, with vernier calibrations, Cross travel: 76 (X) x 40 (Y) mm
  • Objectives (NA / W.D., mm)
    • CFI BE Plan Achromat 10x (0.25 / 6.7)
    • CFI BE Plan Achromat 60x (0.8 / 0.24)
    • CFI BE Plan Achromat 100x (1.25 / 0.14)
    • Olympus DPlan 50x, 090 oil (160/-)
  • Condensers
    • YS-CA Abbe Condenser N.A. 1.25, Aperture diaphragm with position guide marking for respective objectives, 33-mm Blue Filter attachable
  • Observation Methods
    Brightfield, Darkfield, Phase contrast

See the video below for information about dismantling microscopes:

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