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Re: micrometers for Labophot-2

Post by Robin_P on Mon Nov 14, 2011 6:55 pm

Greetings,
Thank you for posting. I am sorry but we do not currently carry 21.5 - 22mm eyepiece reticles (micrometers). Our reticles are 16, 19, and 21mm. I am sorry we couldn't help this time but keep in touch.

ocular micrometer for Labophot

Post by biologixphils@gmail.com on Sun Oct 16, 2011 10:58 pm

Good day! I would like to request a quotation for Ocular micrometer with 21.5-22mm diameter, 50 and 100 scales. Please include shipping and handling cost via UPS Express to the address indicated below.


Ma Belen Abugan
Business Development Manager
Bio Logix Enterprises Phils.
5/F Richville Corporate Tower
1107 Alabang-Zapote Rd. Madrigal Business Park
Ayala Alabang Muntinlupa City, Philippines 1780
Tel. No: +632 8095412/ +632 566 7129
Fax No: +632 809 4742

Looking forward to receive your quotation soonest.

Sincerely,
Ma Belen

Re: micrometers for Labophot-2

Post by Robin_P on Thu Aug 19, 2010 8:35 am

Any stage micrometer will work. You must choose which scale will be best with your sample. Examples are: Metric 2mm with 200 divisions, 0.01mm; also 1mm with 100 divisions, 0.01mm; or English 0.1 inch with 100 divisions, 0.01 inch. Calibrated stage micrometers are also available with calibration certificates; these can be expensive.

You will also need an eyepiece reticle (reticule). Nikon eyepieces can be taken apart for insertion of the reticle. Remove your eyepiece and determine the inner diameter. This is the diameter of the reticle you will need. Any reticle with the same diameter can be used. If you put the reticle in upside down take the eyepiece apart and turn the reticle over. The reticle must be calibrated with the stage micrometer at each magnification you use. The reticle will then be used to measure the sample. An explanation of this can be found on Microscopy U

micrometers for Labophot-2

Post by Boyder3 on Mon Aug 09, 2010 12:10 pm

Hi, we have a Nikon Labophot-2 microscope (521180), and want to use it to measure items under magnification. Are there stage and ocular micrometers available for this model? Thanks.

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