Polarising microscopes are used to observe the birefringent properties of anisotropic specimens by monitoring image contrast or color changes. Nikon offers systems for both quantitative and qualitative studies.
Nikon Eclipse LV100N POL Polarised Light Microscope
The highest level of optical quality, operability, and stability for polarised light microscopy.
The newly developed high-intensity 50W halogen light source is brighter than a conventional 100W halogen lamp. Low power consumption means less heat generation, thereby reducing the chance of heat-induced focus drift.
Nikon Eclipse LV100ND POL/DS Polarised Light /Dispersion Microscope
Microscopes for dispersion staining allow for qualitative analysis and identification of asbestos
Polarised light microscopes can measure the properties of asbestos, such as refractive indices, birefringence, retardation, extinction angles, pleochroism and signs of elongation, helping in the identification of asbestos. LV100ND POL/DS is a high-performance, polarised light microscope with accessories that enable dispersion staining observation at up to 400x magnification.
Nikon Eclipse Ci POL Polarised Light Microscope
A compact polarised light microscope that balances optical performance and ease of use.
Slim and compact, the Eclipse Ci-POL is a personal-type polarised light microscope that doesn’t occupy your entire desk. With cutting-edge CFI60 infinity optics, it offers advanced optical performance and user-friendly operation. A built-in capture button located near the front of the microscope base allows easy imaging with DS series cameras
- Excellent cost effective and precision manufacturing is balanced with superb basic performance in a standard level polarised light microscope.
- Focus stroke has been improved to 30mm, facilitating observation of tall samples.
- Clamp-type upper limit focusing mechanism makes for easy and safe sample exchange
Nikon Eclipse E200 POL Polarised Light Microscope
A cost-efficient polarising microscope incorporating industry-acclaimed CFI60 infinity optics.
The E200 POL features an extremely compact body that takes up little space on your desk. And because the E200 POL’s design is based on the Eclipse E200 biological microscope, it shares the same objectives and uses many of the accessories created for higher-grade Eclipse series microscopes.
- A 1/4 Lambda and first order red tint plate combined on one slider is available.
- The precision, centerable rotating stage features a vernier capable of reading to 0.1°.
- The intermediate tube with a Bertrand lens lets you observe conoscopic images.
- A daylight-type blue filter and GIF filter are available.