Curiosity- the genuine desire to study the world and unlock its mysteries - is the starting point of science and technology.
The Eclipse Ei educational microscope offers unique digital and design solutions to ensure the smooth progress of your courses. Using the Eclipse Ei to foster your students curiosity and maintain their enthusiasm for learning, you can unlock their potential and open their eyes to the world around them.
Students can enjoy learning how to operate the Eclipse Ei using its smartphone-friendly Online Guide. Digital cameras that enable sharing of discoveries and experiences through images are also available to stimulate your studentsâ€ intellectual curiosity.
By simply scanning a QR code, students can quickly access the Online Guide on their smartphones to independently learn how to operate the microscope. The Online Guide can also be useful in preparing students before using the microscope and to reinforce concepts after using the microscope. To access the Online Guide directly, click here.
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You can select the Quick Guide, which offers video lectures on basic operations, as well as a Contents List that introduces details about operations and the cleaning procedure.
The Digital Sight 1000 optional microscope camera is simple to operate and ideal for use with the Eclipse Ei. Not only can users record images and videos of specimens, but they can also simultaneously observe images with others via a monitor or network.
By connecting the Digital Sight 1000 camera to a tablet PC equipped with NIS-Elements L imaging software, images of specimens on the Eclipse Ei can be easily shared in real time with other PCs and smart devices. This system is a powerful tool for virtual teaching using web conferencing services.
The body of the Eclipse Ei is designed to provide smooth and seamless operation which facilitates quick observation. Simple and intuitive markings on the Eclipse Ei, from illustrations to color-coding, enable students to quickly understand how to operate the various aspects of the microscope.
The power switch and light intensity control knob are all located at the front.
You can check which objective is in use and change magnifications without other objectives getting in the way.
The simple stage shape has no bothersome projections on either side.
The coarse/fine focus knobs for moving the stage up and down are positioned on both sides of the microscope.
The lever positions of the condenser aperture are color-coded and matching the objectives.
Stage height limits can be set to prevent specimen and objective collision and damage.
The tube can be rotated to reduce the space required for storage by loosening the tube locking screw. The tube is designed so that it does not fall.
The Eclipse Ei features a compact, light-weight body that saves space and is easy to handle, as well as a robust design that is built to last. It is easy to carry and store, reducing the stress of setting it up and storing it.
Nikon has been developing and refining optical technology since its founding in 1917. The Eclipse Ei features Nikon’s high quality optics resulting from over 100 years of optical expertise.
The dedicated CFI BE2 Plan Achromat series objective and the 10X eyepiece achieve a large field of view of 20*, enabling students to find their target specimen or structure more quickly. Infinity-corrected objectives with excellent image flatness and chromatic aberration correction provide high-contrast images that accurately capture the color and shape of specimens.
The illumination system is equipped with a fly-eye lens to achieve uniform brightness across the entire field of view. Low heat generating, long-life LEDs are utilized as the light source.
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