New compact luminescent microscopes are designed for immunological studies using fluorescent and enzyme labels of a wide profile (FITC, rhodamine, peroxase, etc.), as well as histological and cytological studies in clinical laboratory diagnostics.

Microscopes are used for:
– express diagnostics of bacterial, viral, protozoal and other antigenic infections (for example, chlamydia)
– phenotypic analysis of peripheral blood cells, bone marrow and tissues by the presence of surface antigens using monoclonal antibodies
– assessment of the functional activity of phagocytic blood cells
– other types of biological research.
The microscope allows you to observe the image of the studied preparations:
– in the light of visible luminescence when illuminated from above with light that excites luminescence
– in transmitted light in a bright field and by the phase contrast method
– when equipped with a trinocular attachment and adapters, photo and video projection is performed
Magnification: 63 – 1500
Spectral range of luminescence excitation, nm: 360 – 550
Spectral range of studied luminescence, nm: 400 – 700
OBJECTS (Magnification / aperture):
– Microfluars Stigmachromats: 10x/0.50; 20x/0.70; 40x/0.85; 100x/1.30 MI; 100x/1.20VI 40x/0.65; 40x/0.75VI;
– Phase volumescent Microfluars Stigmachromats: 10x/0.50; 40x/0.85; 40x/0.65;
Eyepieces (magnification/field): 6.3/18; 10/18; 15/12; 15/10 with reticle Condenser : Brightfield A
= 0.9, for phase contrast

Light sources: Mercury lamp DRSH100. Mercury lamp HB-100W/2. Lamp halogen 6V; 25 W
Dimensions, mm: 220 x 540 x 635
Weight, kg: 15