Instructions for Olympus SZ3060, SZ4045, SZ4060, SZ6045 and

Instructions for Olympus SZ3060, SZ4045, SZ4060, SZ6045 and
ZOOM STEREO MICROSCOPE
WARNING
This instruction manual has been prepared for use of the
Zoom Stereo Microscope Mode/ Sf3060/4045/&W/6045/
1145. We recommend reading this manual careful& in order to
familiarize yoursef with its use so that you may obtain optimum
pedormance from your model.
BEFORE USE
1
Operation
(1)
As the microscope is a piece of precision equipment, always handle with care, avoiding abrupt
movement or impact during transportation or operation of controls.
(21 Aveld exposure to drrect sunl~ght,high temperature and hum~dity,dust and vibration.
on rhe lens surfaces, as a dirty mirror or lenses may reduce
(3) Avoid leaving dirt or f~ngerpr~nts
Image clarltv.
(4)
Never turn the right and left zoom control knobs in oppos~tedirect~ons,as malfunction may
result.
Care and Storage
1)
A
Clean all glass components by wiping gently w~thgauze. To remove f~ngerprintsor ail smudges,
wipe w~thgauze slightly rno~szenedwith a mixture of ether (70%) and aicohol (30%).
Since solvents such as ether and alcohol are highly flammable, they must be handled
carefully. Be sure to keep these chemicals away from open flames or potential sources of
electrical sparks - for example, electrical equipment that is being switched o n or off.
Also remember to always use these chemicals only in a welt-ventilated room.
12) Do not use organic solut~onsto wipe the surfaces of other components Plastic parts especially,
should be cleaned w ~ t ha neutral detergent.
(3) Never attempt to disassemble the microscope as decreased performance may result
14) When not in use, be sure to cover the microscope with the dust cover provided, and store in
an area free from moisture to prevent rust.
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NOMENCLATURE
5
OPERATION
a
CONFIGURATIONS
~GIHGATION!
Use of Stage Plates
Tension Adjustment 6~f Focusing Knobs
men
Placement of a speci~
Diopter Adjustment and Focusi
lnterpupiflary Distance Adjustm
101
Use of Eyepiece Shield*
ll""
Mounting 2and Remob$ing Optio
Use of optional Con)~ r s i o nLe
TICAL DATA
,ce Micronieter
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C
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M IC~OSCOPF: body
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SZ3060-F
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-
.
tyep~ete
Stand
--
0
-.
Stage plate
0
Stage c l ~ p
3
Dost cover
Note
1
0 ~ndlcatesthc
-. -
1
0
0
I
3
0
compat~blecomponents for each model
+
-
1
-
Observat~ontube lncllnatlon
lntcrpup~llaryd~stance
adjustnlent
Rrgh! and left tubes ~ntcrlocked
Adjustment range 50- 76 rnm twlth GSWHlOX?
I
D~opteradjustment
Provnded on one eyeplecp tube only
range
(per meter?
Horrzontal ax~aldr~vecontrol knobs
Zoom dr~ver
-
Screw ~ r IMdSXO
l
75)
Convers~onlens rrlount
F~eldnumber IF N ) 22,
Eyepiece
$24 mm m ~ c r o m ~ t emountable
r
Flt Into mountlng port wlth Inner d~ameterof 76 mm
M~croscopebody mount
Stand
k5 m
eyeplcce tubes
-
Focus~ng
Stag? plate
Stage clip
Illum~natormuunt
I
Rack-and p ~ n ~ odr~ve
n on ball bear~nqgu~des,knob rotatlon
tenslon adjustment, focus~ngrange' 120 mm
$100
mm,frosted w h l t ~on
one s~deand black on the other sld
Pressed down from above
Epl-~llurn~nator
(LSGA) and trans-~llum~nator
base mountable
Microscope body
Body clamping knob
Stage clip
Stand
Stage plate
r
Use of stage Plates
111 Usually, the stage plates are used w ~ t hthe frosted white slde facing
the oblective. However, if the specimen IS w h ~ t eor br~ghtlycolored, use
the black side of the plate as the darkened background Increases image
contrast.
121 To remove the stage plates, press down the supporting end of the plate
w ~ t ha fingertip, and the other end will flip up. (Fig. 1 )
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Fig. 1
Tension Adjumnent of Focusing Knob.
(1) Turn one focus~ngknob w ~ t hthe other focusing knob tightened, by
holdlng both knobs, In order to increase or decrease the rotation tension,
depend~ngon the turning dlrect~on.(Fig. 2 )
12) Th~sadlustment is Intended to prevent the microscope body from drifting.
Set the knob tenslon at a level slightly st~fferthan that to ensure no
unintentronal movement and facilitate easy operation.
( 1 Place the specimen in the center of the stage plate, and hold the speclmen
w ~ t hthe stage clips if necessary.
121 Iltum~natethe specimen uslng an opt~onalillum~nator.
Fig. 2
Diopter adjustment ring
Diopter Adjustment and Focwing
For 523060, SZ4045 and SZ4060
( 1 ) Min~mizethe magn~fcatlonpower by turnlng the zoom control knobs.
( 2 ) Looking through the rlght eyepiece, bring the specimen Into focus by
rurnlng the focusing knobs
(31 Lnoklng through the left eyepiece, bring the speclmen into focus by
turnlng the d~opteradjustment ring. 1F1g.3)
(4) Max~mizethe magn~ficat~on
power by turnlng the zoom control knobs,
and bring the specimen Into focus by turning the focusing knobs.
Fig. 3
For SZ6045 and SZlt45
(1) Maxlmize the magniflcatlon power by turnlng the zoom control knobs.
.
.
Left diopter
adjustment ring
Right diopter
adjustment ring
7
7
-.
Fig. 4
( 2 ) Looking through the r~ghteyepiece, brlng the speclmcn lnto focus by
turning the focus~ngknobs.
131 Minimize the magnification power by turning the zoom control knobs
(4) If the specimen goes out of focus, readjust the focus by turning the right
diopter adjustment rlng only. (Fig. 4)
( 5 ) Maxim~zethe magnificat~onpower again bv turning the zoom control
knobs. If the specimen goes out of focus, repeat steps (2)through 14)
above. Th~sallows more precise diopter adlustment.
(61 M~nlmizethe rnagn~f~cat~on
power by turning the zoom control knobs and,
looking through the left eyepiece, bring the specimen lnto focus by
turnlng the left diopter adjustment rang only. (Fig. 41
Interpupillaw Distance Adjustment
Hold~ngt h e right and left eyeplece tubes, push or pull the tubes In the
direction of the ARROWS unt~lperfect binocular vlsron 1s obta~ned.
1F1g 5)
Fig. 5
Use of Eyepiece Shields
For those who do not wear eyeglasses
Hold t h e d~opteradjustment rlngs so that they can not rotate, and al~gn
the dlrectron o f the eyeplece sh~eldsto the observer's lace by turnlng the
uyepleces In th~sway, the observer can keep h ~ seves closer to the
eyepiece sh~eldsdur~ngobscrvat~on
For those who wear eyeglasses
Fold back the eyeplece shlelds w ~ t hboth hands as showrl In F I ~6
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Fig. 6
Mounting and Remomving thc
Micrometer
1 ) Tw~stout and remove the mourltlng rlnqs from the eycpleces 1Fsg 7 )
12) Remove d ~ r or
t dust from the eyeplece mlcrorneter, and rx~ount~tto the
rnountlng rlng w ~ t hthe lnscrlptlon s~del a ~ ~ ndownward
g
(Fry 7 )
(3)Gently screw the rnount~ngrlrly contalnrng the eycplece mlcrorneter Into
the eyeplece and t~ghtensecurely IFlg 7 )
{4)To remove the eyeplece rn~crorrielclr,twjst the rnountlrlIl rlnq Wrap the
rnlcrometer In clean, soft paper for storage
+ The 024-mrn eyepiece m~crometerc a n also be mounted o n the
GSWH15X, However, since the eyepiece's field number is 16, t h e
micrometer graduations and gr~dsbeyond 16 rnrn are not visible.
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Mounting ring
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2
L-
Fig.
7
Use of Optional Conversion Lens
11 1 Screw the conversion lens Into the mountlng lkread at the bottom of the
Extension tube
1
rnlcroscope body
121 As the w o ~ k ~ r ld~stance
y
of the 0.5X conversron lens {IIOALO5X and
100AL0 5X) IS long, use the extenslon t l ~ b e {SZET) whet1 rr~aklny
observat~onsluslng !he stand CFlg 81
73AL0.5X doesn't require extention tube.
It 0.25X, 0.3X, and 0.4X conversion lenses cannot be used with the
stand due to their long worklng distances.
Please note thatthree types of conversion lenses are available - one for
the SZ3060, SZ4045 and the 524060 and one for the SZ1145, and t h e
other for t h e SZ6045
*
*
Fig. 8
Thc follow~ngdata ~nd~cales
typ~calzoom magn~f~catron
factors.
1. SZ3060, 4045 and 4060
Eyap~ece(opt~onl
Eyeprece
Zoom
rnagnlfrcatlon
kYY.".
nrn
Imm)
5
1
I
I
8
0 87x
0 9x
2x
1
1
'I0
F.N.
Total
held
magnrfrmtron I
(mm)
8
-
IX
GSWF
GSWHlOX
F.N 22
I
4x
---
"'Gq
, magodrcafron ]
(mm)
.
32 8
10x
23 9
13 5x
17 8
9x
24 4
72
20x
11
40 x
55
magnrftcatron
,
6 7x
lox
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GSWH30X
FN7
15x
30x
8
60 x
4
-
I
of view I
(mrn)
18 7
20x
10 4
27 x
78
3Dx
7
1
18r
/
Freld of vlew
. rnagnlfrcat~on
13 4 x
20 x
Total
[mm)
13 9
125
4Ox
63
80x
3 1
1
I
--
60
35
120x
78
Conversion Lens for SZ3060, 4045, 4060 (Option1
Converswn lens
W D tmm)
11OAL O25x
4CO
11OALK 0 3 x
I
350-250
110AL 0 5 x
XO
Convers~onlens
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llOAL 062x
!I
1IOAL 0.75 x
W D. (mm)
I
1M
I
130
11OAL 2 x
I
53
* The working distances af the 11OALK0.3X and 0.4X may vary depending on the microscope.
*
The indicated values 20.3X and 0.4X) show the magnification power at a working distance of
350 mrn and 250 mm.
The 1 IOAL 2X Conversion lens cannot be used with the Fiber Optics Ring Light (LGR-2).
,plece (optic
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(mml
ina
63x
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Conversion Lens for
Total
tIU I13
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Total
Freid of vrew
Total
' ~ ~ eofl dvrew
F~eldof vlew
.
rnqntflcation_[
tmm)
rnagnrf~cm~on
,
Imrn)
(mm)
rnagnd~cation
22
15x
16
20 x
11
301
i
40x
12"
63
;;;
40 x
55
60 x
4
80 x
3 1
120x
1U
63x
35
95 x
25
126x
2
189x
11
lox
4x
FN
I ~ l e l of
d vlew
- ... atm
2x
430X
17
GSWt
Zoom
..
.
rnagnltlcat~on
20x
,
SZ6045 (Option)
W.W. fmm)
100AC0 5 x
1WAL 1 5x
100AL 2x
* The 1 lOAL 2X Conversion lens cannot be used with the Fiber Optics Ring Light (LGR-2).
The work~ngd~stance1s f~xed,regardless of the rnagn~f~cat~on
factor
Tutal mag. =Zoom mag. x tyep~ecernag x Convers~onlens rnag.'
F~eldnumber of Eyepiece
U~amereruf f~eldof vlew (mm) =
Zoom mag, x Conversion lens mag "
"Note, When a conversion lens is not being used, the conversion lens mag. should be set at 1
[
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7
35
-
Eyeptece
--
Zoom
rnagnrf~cat~on
WD
{mm)
8x
lzx
80 ,
28
llOx
2
[
GSWH15X
FN16
GSWHlOx
FN22
Total
F~eldof vrew
2/x
89
4
2
165x
15
Eyea~ece(optton)
GSWH30 x
GSWHZOXI
F.N 7
FN125
F~eldof view
Total
F~eldof view
otal
~ifrcat~on Imm)
rnagnlf~cat~on (mm)
39
69
54 Y
3 I
120x
18
' 240 x
09
160x
16
06
220 x
11
330x
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1
/
C~nversionLens for SZ1145
Conversron lens
73AL 0 5 x
W.D. lrnrnl-
-
_
73AL 1 5x
73AL 2 x
* The 73AL
1.5X and 73AL 2X cannot be used with the Fiber Optics Ring Light ( LGR-2).
Working d~stance1s flxed, regardless of the magn~f~cal!on
factor
Total m a g n ~ f ~ c a t ~and
o n drameter of f~eldof vlew can bc calculated w ~ t hthe fallow~ngformula
Tutal may =Loom mag. x Eyep~ecemag x Convers~onlens mag "
Fleld number of eycplecc
O~arrleterof f~cldof vlew (mm)=
Zoom may x Convers~onlens mag '
"Note, When a converslon lens 1s not be~ngused, the conversion lens mag. should be set at 1
1. Epi-illuminator Model LSGA-3, LSGA-6
Employing a 6V 15W halogen bulb, th~slllurn~natormounts dlrectly onto the mlcroscope stand ISZ-ST) A heat-lnsulatlng
fllter and frost glass arc bu~lt-1r1.
2. Fluorescent ring illuminator Model SZ-FLR
T k ~ s~llum~nator
IS mounted to the oblect~veof the microscope, prov~dlngbr~ght,even fluorescent ~llumlnat~on.
A 10W rlng
fluorescent bulb 1s Incorporated
3. Trans-illuminator base Model SZ-ILA
Used In cornblnat~onw ~ t hthe SZ-ST stand Capable ot polarrzlng ~llum~nation,
the SZ-ILA also prov~desa cholce of 6V
15W or 12V 50W halogen bulb
4. Arms for equipment mountlng
4 types of arms for equipment rnountlng arc ava~labledepending on the application
( 1 ) Prober arm Model 52-STP
12) Bonder arm Model $1-S T81 for B&L stereo mlcroscopes
(3) Bonder arm Model SZ STB2 for Olympus stereo mlcroscopes
(41 Arm Model SZ-S1S for SZH stereo mlcroscope bases
5. Large size microscope stand Model SZ-STL
6. Universal stand Model SZ-STU1
7. Fiber optics ring light Model LGR-2
The ~llumlnalorhas a 15V 1WW halogen bulb to provld~:a brlghb, clear and shadow frue f~eldof view
8. Light guide with bifurcated fiber optics Model LGW
Capable of !llum~nat~ng
from any angle or posltlon wlth the flexible arm, t h e LGW employs a 15V 1%W bulb
9. Stand illuminator Model L S D
Thts stand illuminator IS used when Intense lighting 1s requ~red Either parallel or convergent luminous flux can be selected.
10. Extension tube Model SZ-ET
When a 0.5X conversion lens ( 1 1OALO 5X or 100ALO 5x1
IS
used, comblne the extenston tube w ~ t hthe stand
11. Eyepiece micrometer
The cyeplece m~crometer1s mounted to the f~eldlrls dlaphragm and used for length measurement wlthln ttie l~eldof vlew
9 types of micrometer rctlcles are ava~lableas shown In Fig 15
Eveniece micrometers
Fig. 15
0
If 103% performance 1s not obtarned from your mlcroscope due to unfam~l~aarty
w ~ t hrts use, the table below may prov~de
some gu~dance.
Symptom
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1 Incomplete binocular vlslon
Remedy
Cause
The ~nterpuplllary d~slance
adjusted correctly
not
IS
1
Correct the lnterpuplllary d~stance
+
-
I Complete d~opteradjustment
O~opteradjwstmenl rs ~ncomplete
L
the same eye
The rlght and left eyepieces are
d~fferent
2 Starns or dust are observed on
the f~eldof VIPW
3 Unclear Image
--
Sta~nsor dust have accumulated on
the speclm~n
Starns or dust have accumulated on
the eyepleces.
Clean thoroughly
Sta~nsor dust have accumulated on
the objecl~ve
Clean thoroughly.
D~opteradbustment of the eyepleces
~ncomplete
Complete dlopter adjustment
4 t
4 Image blurs when zoomed
- .
5 The focuslng knob IS stlff
IS
Focus adjustment 1s ~ncomplete
Complete focus adjustment.
The focuslng knob tension adjustment
IS too t~ght
Loosen approprlarely
6 Poor focus dur~ngobsetvat~on The focusrng knob tensron
due to un~ntent~onal
lowerlng loose
of the zoom mlcroscope body
IS
too
L
Trghten appropr~ately
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