Reflected Light Illuminator [HR3-RLI, HR3-RLIBF]

Reflected Light Illuminator [HR3-RLI, HR3-RLIBF]
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Reflected Light Illuminator
[HR3-RLI, HR3-RLIBF]
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Reflected Light Illuminator
IMPORTANT NOTICE
This product may malfunction due to electromagnetic waves caused by portable personal
telephone, transceivers, radio-controlled toys, etc. Be sure to avoid having the above objects,
which affect the normal operation of the product, brought near the product.
The information in this publication has been carefully checked and is believed to be entirely
accurate at the time of publication. HUVITZ assumes no responsibility, however, for possible
errors or omissions, or for any consequences resulting from the use of the information contained
herein.
HUVITZ reserves the right to make changes in its products or product specifications at any time
and without prior notice, and is not required to update this documentation to reflect such changes.
9000ENGN002-A
© 2012 HUVITZ Co., Ltd.
298-29, Gongdan-ro, Gunpo-si, Gyeonggi-do,
435-862, Republic of Korea
All rights are reserved.
Under copyright laws, this manual may not be copied, in whole or in part, without the prior written
consent of HUVITZ Co., Ltd.
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CONTENTS
1. Safety Information ................................................................................................ 4
1-1. Introduction.................................................................................................... 4
1-2. Safety Symbols ............................................................................................. 5
1-3. Environment factors ...................................................................................... 6
1-4. Safety Precautions ........................................................................................ 7
2. Introduction........................................................................................................... 9
2-1. Indication for use (Intended use) .................................................................. 9
2-2. Classification ................................................................................................. 9
3. Operating Condition ............................................................................................. 10
4. Getting Ready ...................................................................................................... 11
5. Maintenance and Storage ................................................................................... 12
6. Nomenclature ....................................................................................................... 13
7. Observation Procedure [Reflected BF/DF] ......................................................... 14
7-1. Preparation .................................................................................................... 14
7-2. Procedure ...................................................................................................... 14
8. Operation .............................................................................................................. 16
8-1. Selection the Brightfield (BF)/Darkfield (DF) [HR3-RLI] .............................. 16
8-2. Using Filter .................................................................................................... 16
8-3. Centering the Field Iris Diaphragm (FS) ...................................................... 17
8-4. Centering the Aperture Iris Diaphragm (AS) ................................................ 18
9. Troubleshooting Guide ........................................................................................ 19
10. Specifications ..................................................................................................... 21
11. Assembly ............................................................................................................ 22
11-1. Assembly Diagram ...................................................................................... 22
11-2. Detailed Assembly Procedures .................................................................. 23
12-2-1. Attaching the Reflected Light Illuminator ............................................ 23
12-2-2. Installing the Bulb................................................................................. 24
12-2-3. Attaching the Lamp housing ................................................................ 25
12-2-4. Attaching the Revolving Nosepiece .................................................... 26
12-2-5. Attaching the Observation Tube .......................................................... 26
12. Service Information ............................................................................................ 27
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1. Safety Information
1-1. Introduction
Safety is everyone’s responsibility. The safe use of this equipment is largely dependent upon the installer, user,
operator, and maintainer. It is imperative that personnel study and become familiar with this entire manual
before attempting to install, use, clean, service or adjust this equipment and any associated accessories. It is
paramount that the instructions contained in this manual are fully understood and followed to enhance safety
to the patient and the user/operator. It is for this reason that the following safety notices have been placed
appropriately within the text of this manual to highlight safety related information or information requiring
special emphasis. All users, operators, and maintainers must be familiar with and pay particular attention to all
Warnings and Cautions incorporated herein.
“Warning” indicates the presence of a hazard that could result in severe personal injury, death
or substantial property damage if ignored.
“Caution” indicates the presence of a hazard that could result in minor injury, or property
damaged if ignored.
“Note” describes information for the installation, operation, or maintenance of which is
important but hazard related if ignored.
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1-2. Safety Symbols
The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) has established a set of symbols. The symbols are
shown as below. This applies only to the instrument that has the certification symbol printed explicitly on the
product label or sticker.
I and O on power switch represent ON and OFF respectively.
This symbol identifies caution, risk of danger. Ensure you
understand the function of this control before using it. Control
function is described in the appropriate User’s or Service Manual.
This symbol identifies hot surface.
This symbol identifies the point where the system safety ground is
fastened to the chassis. Protective earth connected to conductive
parts of Class I equipment for safety purposes.
This symbol identifies Alternating Current.
Disposal of your old appliance
When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product
it means the product is covered by the European Directive
2002/96/EC.
All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of
separately from the municipal waste stream via designated
collection facilities appointed by the government or the local
authorities.
The correct disposal of your old appliance will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment and human health.
For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance,
please contact your city office, waste disposal service or the shop
where you purchased the product.
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1-3. Environment factors
Avoid the following environments for operation or storage:
Where the equipment is exposed to water vapor.
Don’t operate equipment with a wet hand.
For indoor use only.
Where the equipment is exposed to direct sunlight.
Where the temperature changes extremely
Normal operating temperature range is from 10C to 40C, Humidity
is below 85%.
Altitude is from 700 to 1060hpa.
Where it is near the heat equipment.
Where the humidity is extremely high or there is a ventilation
problem.
Where the humidity is extremely high or there is a ventilation
problem.
Where equipment is exposed to chemical material or explosive
gas.
Be careful not to be inserted dust, especially, metal.
Don’t disassemble the product or open. We aren’t responsible for it
for nothing.
Don’t plug the AC power cord into the outlet before the connection
between devices of the equipment is completed.
This can generate the defect.
Main supply voltage fluctuations should not exceed
±10%
Transient over voltage according to installation category II
Pollution degree 2
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Pull out the power cord with holding the plug, not the cord.
To avoid risk of electric shock, this equipment must only be
connected to the supply mains with protective earth.
Avoid places where the ambient temperature falls below 10℃ or exceeds 40℃ for normal operation, or
below -10℃ or exceeds 55℃ for transportation and storage. Humidity should be maintained below 85% for
normal operation, transportation and storage. The atmospheric pressure in operation, transportation and
storage is from 700 to 1060hpa.of Altitude up to 2,000m.
1-4. Safety Precautions
This equipment has been developed and tested according to safety standards as well as national and
international standards. This guarantees a very high degree of safety for this device. The legislator expects us
to inform the user expressively about the safety aspects in dealing with the device. The correct handling of this
equipment is imperative for its safe operation. Therefore, please read carefully all instructions before switching
on this device. For more detailed information, please contact our Customer Service Department or one of our
authorized representatives.
1.
This equipment must not be used (a) in an area that is in danger of explosions and (b) in the presence
of flammable, explosive, or volatile solvent such as alcohol, benzene or similar chemicals.
2.
Do not put or use this device in humid rooms. Humidity should be maintained between 30 and 85%
for normal operation. Do not expose the device to water splashes, dripping water, or sprayed water.
Do not place containers containing fluids, liquids, or gases on top of any electrical equipment or
devices.
3.
The equipment must be operated only by, or under direct supervision of a properly trained and
qualified person.
4.
Modifications of this equipment may only be carried out by Huvitz’s service technicians or other
authorized persons.
5.
Customer maintenance of this equipment may only be performed as stated in the User’s Manual and
Service Manual. Any additional maintenance may only be performed by Huvitz’s service technicians
or other authorized persons.
6.
The manufacturer is only responsible for effects on safety, reliability, and performance of this
equipment when the following requirements are fulfilled: (1) The electrical installation in the respective
room corresponds to the specifications stated in this manual and (2) This equipment is used, operated,
and maintained according to this manual and Service Manual.
7.
The manufacturer is not liable for damage caused by unauthorized tampering with the device(s). Such
tampering will forfeit any rights to claim under warranty.
8.
This equipment may only be used together with accessories supplied by Huvitz’s. If the customer
makes use of other accessories, use them only if their safe usability under technical safety aspects
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has been proved and confirmed by Huvitz or the manufacturer of the accessory.
9.
Keep the User’s Manual and Service Manual in a place easily accessible at all times for persons
operating and maintaining the equipment.
10. Do not force cable connections. If a cable does not connect easily, be sure that the connector (plug) is
appropriate for the receptacle (socket). If you cause any damage to a cable connector(s) or
receptacle(s), let the damage(s) be repaired by an authorized service technician.
11. Please do not pull on any cable. Always hold on to the plug when disconnecting cables.
12. Before every operation, visually check the equipment for exterior mechanical damage(s) and for
proper function.
13. Immediately turn off and unplug any equipment that gives off smoke, sparks, strange noises, or odors.
14. After the equipment has been used in an observation of a specimen that is accompanied with a
potential of infection, clean the parts coming in contact with the specimen to prevent infection.
15. ln case the specimen is damaged by erroneous operation, promptly take the infection prevention
measures.
16. Power Supply Cord set (international) - (Detachable) Rated 10 A, 250 V. Plug type CEE 7/VII,
Connector type IEC 60320/C13, and Cord type H05VV-F3G, min. 0.75 mm2, 3-conductor terminating
in molded-on grounding type attachment plug. <HAR> marked on the cord. Maximum 4.0 m long.
17. Do not position the equipment so that it is difficult to operate the disconnecting device. (disconnecting
device: power cord, appliance inlet, etc.)
To avoid the risk of electric shock, this equipment must only be connected to a supply
main with protective earth.
The protection provided by the equipment may be impaired if the equipment is used in a
manner not specified by the manufacturer.
18. When moving the microscope, grasp rear handle and the base with more than two peoples as shown
below.
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2. Introduction
2-1. Indication for use (Intended use)
This instrument has been designed to be used to observe magnified images of specimens in routine and
research applications. Do not use this instrument for any purpose other than its intended use.
2-2. Classification
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Protection against electric shock: Class I
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Protection against harmful ingress of water: Ordinary, IPX0
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Mode of operation: Continuous
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference
in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Class A equipment is intended for use in an industrial environment. In the
documentation for the user, a statement shall be included drawing attention to the fact
that there may be potential difficulties in ensuring electromagnetic compatibility in
other environments, due to conducted as well as radiated disturbances.
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3. Operating Condition
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As long as the device is in its original package it can be exposed to the following environmental
conditions for up to 15 weeks for shipping and storage without risk of damage:
- Temperature range : from –40℃ to +70℃;
- Relative humidity range: below 100%;
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The device can be in the following storage conditions after unpackaged:
- Temperature range : from –10℃ to +55℃;
- Relative humidity range: below 95%;
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The device is made to operate under the following environmental conditions:
- Temperature range : from –10℃ to +40℃;
- Relative humidity range: below 85%;
The device neither generates nor receives electromagnetic interference when used near other equipment.
Therefore, no preventive or corrective measures are required.
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4. Getting Ready
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A microscope is a precision instrument. Handle it with care and avoid subjecting it to sudden or severe
impact.
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When moving the microscope, first remove the specimens, eyepieces, and filters so that they will not
drop. Also remove other modules (e.g. lamp housing, stage) for decreasing system weight. Then
securely grasp the microscope by the rear of arms and the base.

Do not grasp focus adjustment knob, binocular tube, lamp housing, and stage. It may cause serious
damage to the microscope.
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The desktop should be a level surface with an inclination of less than 3°. The microscope may become
unstable when certain intermediate attachment and/or photography unit are mounted on it. Be careful
so that the microscope does not topple down.
The bulb, the lamp socket and areas near these will be extremely hot during and right
after use. Set the main switch off, disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet, then
wait until lamp housing has cooled down before moving the microscope.
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5. Maintenance and Storage
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To clean the lenses and other glass components, simply blow dirty away using a commercially available
blower and wipe gently using a piece of cleaning paper (or clean gauze). lf a lens is stained with
fingerprints or oil smudges, wipe it gauze slightly moistened with commercially available absolute alcohol.
Since the absolute alcohol is highly flammable, it must be handled carefully.
Be sure to keep it away from open flames or potential sources of electrical sparks - for
example, electrical equipment that is being switched on or off. Also remember to
always use it only in a well-ventilated room.
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Do not attempt to use organic solvents to clean the microscope components other than the glass
components because they use plastic resin materials extensively. To clean them, use a lint-free, soft
cloth slightly moistened with a diluted neutral detergent.
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Do not disassemble any part of the microscope as this could result in malfunction or reduced
performance.
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When disposing of the microscope, check the regulations and rules of your local government and be
sure to observe them.
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6. Nomenclature
FS centering
hole (17 page)
FS iris diaphragm
knob (17page)
AS centering
hole (18 page)
AS iris diaphragm
knob (18page)
Analyzer filter
Slot
Option filter slot
(16 page)
Polarizer filter
Slot
BF/DF selection Lever
[HR3-RLI] (16 page)
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7. Observation Procedure [Reflected BF/DF]
7-1. Preparation
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lf you have not assembled the microscope yet, please read “Chapter 11.Assembly".
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For the transmitted light observation, please refer its operation manual.
7-2. Procedure
1)
[HR3-RLI] Select the brightfield(BF) or darkfield(DF) observation. (① BF/DF selection lever, Page 16)
2)
Set the main switch to “I”(ON)
3)
Select the light path to eye or camera. (② Light path selection knob)
4)
Select reflected light illumination (③ Brightness control knob)
5)
Place the specimen on the stage.
6)
Engage the 10x objective in the light path.
7)
Focus the specimen. (④ Coarse/fine adjustment knob)
8)
Adjust brightness (③ Brightness control knob)
9)
Adjust diopter if light path selection is eye (⑤ Diopter adjustment ring)
10)
Adjust interpupillary distance if light path selection is eye (⑥ Binocular tube)
11)
Adjust the aperture iris diaphragm and field iris diaphragm (⑦ AS knob, ⑧ FS knob, Page 17,18)
(Open both diaphragms fully in case of DF observation.)
12)
Engage the desired objective in the light path and bring the specimen in focus.
13)
Insert the required filter. (⑨ Optional filter slot, page 16)
14)
Adjust the brightness. (③ Brightness control knob)
15)
Start observation.
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➋
➒
➎
➊
➐
➑
➌
➍
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8. Operation
8-1. Selecting the Brightfield (BF)/Darkfield (DF) [HR3-RLI]
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Slide the BF/DF selection lever ① toward the indication for the desired observation method.
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Fig.1
Be sure to slide the BF/DF selection lever until it contacts the stopper position.
8-2. Using the Filters

Engage the suitable filter sliders for the purpose of observation in the two filter insertion slots ①.
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The first click position is the idle position and the second click engages the filter in the light path.
Purpose
Filter Type
HM-25ND6
Neutral Density Filter for light adjustment, transmittance 6%.
HM-25ND25
Neutral Density Filter for light adjustment, transmittance 25%.
HM-25LB
Light balancing Filter for color balancing.
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Fig.2
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8-3. Centering the Field Iris Diaphragm (FS)
1)
Slide the BF/DF selection lever ① to “BF”
2)
Engage the 10x objective by rotating the revolving nosepiece ②.
3)
Place the specimen on the stage and adjust approximate focusing.
4)
Pull out the FS knob ③ to reduce the field iris diaphragm.
5)
Turn the two screws inside FS centering hole ④ using the Allen screwdriver to move the center of field
diaphragm image to the center of field of view.
6)
Push in the FS knob ③, to open the field iris diaphragm until the field iris image inscribes the field of
view.
7)
Check the concentricity. If the image is eccentric, adjust the centering again.
8)
When starting observation, open the field iris diaphragm until the field iris image subscribes the field of
view.
The field iris diaphragm restricts illumination on the sample to the area being observed to
obtain an image with high contrast.
In darkfield observation, the field iris diaphragm must be opened fully.
➌
➊
➋
Fig.3
Fig.4
➍
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8-4. Centering the Aperture Iris Diaphragm (AS)
1)
Slide the BF/DF selection lever ① to “BF”
2)
Engage the 10x objective by rotating the revolving nosepiece ②.
3)
Place the specimen on the stage and adjust approximate focusing.
4)
Remove one of the eyepieces, look into the eyepiece sleeve and pull out the AS knob ③ to reduce the
aperture iris diaphragm. The aperture iris diaphragm can be seen by using specular object.
5)
Turn the two screws inside AS centering hole ④ using the Allen screwdriver to move the center of
aperture iris diaphragm image to the center of objective’s exit pupil.
6)
Push in the AS knob ③, to open the aperture iris diaphragm until the aperture iris image is about 70%
of objective’s exit pupil.
The aperture iris diaphragm adjusts the numerical aperture of illumination system related to
the resolution, contrast of the image.
In darkfield observation, the aperture iris diaphragm must be opened fully.
➌
➊
➍
➋
Fig.5
AS image
70%
30%
Fig.6
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9. Troubleshooting Guide
Under certain conditions, performance of the microscope may be adversely affected by factors other than
defects. If problems occur, Please review the following list and take remedial action as needed. If you cannot
solve the problem after checking the entire list, please contact Huvitz
Problem
Cause
Remedy
Page
A. Electrical system
Power cord is unplugged.
1. Lamp dose not
light.
Cable of lamp-house is not
Plug power cord into the outlet
Connect the cable.
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Lamp is burned out.
Replace the lamp.
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Wrong type of lamp is used.
Use the correct lamp type.
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Lamp is nearly burned out.
Replace lamp.
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Connect it securely.
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Insert it securely.
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connected.
Power cord or cable of lamp2. Lamp flickers.
house is not connected
securely.
Lamp is not collected securely.
B. Optical system
Lamp voltage is too low
Light path selection knob is set
1. Lamp lights, but
field of view is
dark.
to 100% camera position.
Aperture and field diaphragm is
stopped down too far.
Adjust brightness with brightness
control knob.
Set to 100% eyepiece position.
Open to a suitable size.
Aperture and field diaphragm is
Center the aperture and field
not centered properly.
diaphragm
Nosepiece is not rotated to a
Rotate the nosepiece to a click
clickstop position.
stop position.
Light path selection knob is in
an intermediate position.
Filter is in an intermediate
position.
Set it to clickstop position.
Push the slide dovetail until it is
properly.
stopped.
vignetted or not
Nosepiece is not rotated to a
Rotate the nosepiece to a click
evenly
clickstop position.
stop position.
illuminated.
Aperture diaphragm is not
centered properly.
Field diaphragm is stopped
down too far.
Lamp is not mounted correctly.
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Set to 100% eyepiece position.
Nosepiece is not attached
2. Field of view is
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Center the aperture diaphragm
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Open to a suitable size.
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Push the pins of lamp until the stop
position.
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3. Dirt or dust is
visible in the field
of view.
4. One side of image
is blurred.
Dirt or dust exists on the
eyepiece.
Dirt or dust exists on the
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specimen.
Nosepiece is not attached
Push the slide dovetail until it is
properly.
stopped.
Nosepiece is not rotated to a
Rotate the nosepiece to a click
clickstop position.
stop position.
Stage is not mounted properly.
Re-attach it.
Objective is not suitable for the
microscope.
Aperture diaphragm is stopped
5. Contrast is poor
Clean it.
down too far.
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Use the specified objective.
Open to a suitable size.
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Clean it.
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Dirt or dust exists on the
objective lens.
Dirt or dust exists on the
specimen.
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10. Specifications
항목
사양
1. Optical System
Infinity-corrected optical system
2. Reflected light illumination
Kohler illumination
Reflected light – Brightfield observation
Reflected light – Darkfield observation
HR3-RLI
Reflected light – Simplified polarized observation (optional)
Reflected light – Nomarski DIC observation (optional)
Reflected light – Brightfield observation
HR3-RLIBF
Reflected light – Simplified polarized observation (optional)
Reflected light – Nomarski DIC observation (optional)
Suitable Objectives
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The following list shows the optical characteristic of PlanFluor objectives.

PlanFluor objectives is not suitable for phase contrast, and has no iris diaphragm or correction collar.
Objectives
PlanFluor EPI
PlanFluor EPI-BD
LPlanFluor EPI
LPlanFluor EPI-BD
Magnification
N.A
WD
(mm)
Coverglass
thickness
(mm)
Field of view (mm)
[with HM-WEPA10x]
5x
0.15
20
-
5
10x
0.30
11
-
2.5
20x
0.45
3
0
1.25
50x
0.80
1
0
0.5
100x
0.90
1
0
0.25
5x
0.15
20
-
5
10x
0.30
11
-
2.5
20x
0.45
3
0
1.25
50x
0.80
1
0
0.5
100x
0.90
1
0
0.25
20x
0.40
12.0
0
1.25
50x
0.50
10.6
0
0.5
100x
0.80
3.3
0
0.25
20x
0.40
12.0
0
1.25
50x
0.50
10.6
0
0.5
100x
0.80
3.3
0
0.25
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11. Assembly
11-1. Assembly Diagram

The diagram below shows the sequence of assembly of the various modules.

When assembling the microscope, make sure that all parts are free of dust and dirt, and avoid
scratching any parts or touching glass surfaces.

Most assembly operations are possible by using the Allen Screwdriver provided with the microscope.
Observation
Tube
HM-WETR
HM-WEBI
Reflected light
illuminator
HR3-RLI
HR3-RLIBF
Lamp housing
HM-LH100
Revolving
Nosepiece
HM-D5BDRE
HM-D5RE
Microscope
Frame
HR3-RF
HR3-RF-P
HR3-TRF
HR3-TRF-P
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11-2. Detailed Assembly Procedures
11-2-1. Attaching the Reflected Light Illuminator
1)
Fully loosen the four neck cover clamping screws ① of the microscope frame with provided 2.5mm
Allen wrench. Remove neck cover.
2)
Remove the four small caps of the illuminator mounting screws ② using tweezers, etc.
Do not remove other caps. This is the mounting screws of illuminator cover.
3)
Place the illuminator on the mounting surface.
There are two position pins ③ on microscope frame. Insert illuminator so that its positioning grooves
④ match the pins
4)
While maintaining the correct position, tighten the four illuminator clamping screws ② with provided
4mm Allen wrench.
5)
Connect the nosepiece signal cable of the illuminator to microscope frame.
6)
Place the four caps of the mounting screws ②.
7)
Fix the neck cover. Tighten the four neck cover clamping screws ①.
When placing the illuminator, check the nosepiece signal cable is not jammed in the
illuminator and microscope frame.
The position pin cannot support the weight of illuminator. Grip the illuminator while
tightening the four illuminator clamping screws.
In darkfield observation, the field iris diaphragm must be opened fully.
➊
Fig.7
Fig.8
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➌
Fig.9
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11-2-2. Installing the Bulb
The bulb, the lamp socket and areas near these will be extremely hot during and right
after use. Set the main switch off, disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet, then
wait until lamp housing has cooled down before replacing the bulb with a new of the
designated type.
1)
Use only the designated bulb 12V100W Halogen lamp. (PHILIPS 7724)
2)
Fully loosen the lamp housing clamping screw ① of the lamp housing cover with provided Allen
screwdriver.
3)
Lift the lamp housing cover ② upward to remove.
4)
Holding the bulb with gloves or a piece of gauze, depress the bulb clamping lever ③ and insert bulb pin
fully into the pin holes ④ on the lamp socket. Gently release the bulb clamping lever to the original
position to secure the bulb.
5)
Side the lamp housing cover onto the housing base from the above. Tighten the clamping screw ①
while pressing downward on the cover.
➊
➍
➌
➋
Fig.10
Fig.11
To prevent reduced bulb life or cracking, do not touch the bulb with bare hands. If
fingerprints are accidently left on the bulb, wipe the bulb with a soft cloth.
Disposal of light bulb can cause the environmental pollution.
When you dispose the device and accessory kit, comply with related law and recycling
plan. When you dispose the packing material, comply with related law and recycling
plan.
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11-2-3. Attaching the Lamp housing
The bulb, the lamp socket and areas near these will be extremely hot during and right
after use. Set the main switch off, disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet, then
wait until lamp housing has cooled down before removing the Lamp housing.
1)
Loosen the clamping screw ① with provided Allen screwdriver.
2)
Mount the lamp housing to the connection port ② on the rear of the illuminator and press the lamp
housing as far as it goes.
3)
Tightened the clamping screw ① with provided Allen screwdriver.
4)
Plug the cable coming from the lamp housing into the lamp connector ③ on the rear of the microscope
and tighten the ring of the connector to secure the connection.
➊
➋
➌
Fig.12
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11-2-4. Attaching the Revolving Nosepiece
1)
Fit the revolving nosepiece from the front by aligning it to the dovetail ①.
2)
Secure the revolving nosepiece by tighten the clamp screw ②.
➋
➊
Fig.13
11-2-5. Attaching the Observation Tube
1)
Fully loosen the observation tube clamp screw ① with provided Allen screwdriver.
2)
Place the observation tube on the top of illuminator and tighten the observation tube clamp screw ①.
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12. Service Information
If the instrument appears malfunctioning, before calling a customer service, it is highly recommended to check
the instrument according to the troubleshooting procedure in section 9 of this manual.
If any problem persists or the instrument is damaged or malfunctioning, contact Huvtiz or local distributor for
service with the following information:
■ Name of the product: HR3-RLI/HR3-RLIBI Reflected Light Illuminator
■ Serial number of the product: refer to the 9-digit number on its product label or name plate
■ Descriptions of Problem: In detail
Date of Purchase:
Dealer’s Name
Dealer Address:
Dealer Phone No.:
Version No.:
Serial No.:
( Huvitz recommends customers to fill up the above form after purchase and retain this manual as a
permanent record of purchase.)
Write us at:
Tel: +82-31-428-9100
HUVITZ Co., Ltd.
Fax: +82-31-477-9022
289-29 Gongdan-ro
http://www.huvitz.com
Gunpo-si Gyeonggi-do, 435-862,
e-mail: svc@huvitz.com
Republic of Korea
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