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Designed for use by medical and veterinary applications, CX21LEDÂ® can be set up in minutes and comes with everything needed to begin imaging using brightfield illumination; darkfield imaging is available with addition of darkfield stop. Ergonomic LED microscope system supports up to 10 years or more of daily use before lamp change is necessary and offers stable color temperature across full range of intensity.
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Olympus Introduces the Energy Efficient CX21LED® Microscope with 10-Year Lamp Life
CENTER VALLEY, Pa. - Olympus, a world leader in microscopy and imaging, now offers an ergonomically-designed LED microscope system with easy handling, ultra-long-life illumination and robust capabilities. The all-new Olympus CX21LED® microscope, designed for use by medical and veterinary students, new doctors and professionals working in small laboratories, provides durable, quality performance and allows for up to 10 years or more of daily use before a lamp change is necessary.
The microscope can be set up in minutes, and arrives complete with everything needed to begin imaging using brightfield illumination. Featuring world-renowned Olympus optical performance, the CX21LED delivers crisp, bright images, while maintaining the rugged, dependable performance for which Olympus microscopes have long been known. Darkfield imaging is available with the addition of a darkfield stop.
"Imagine going more than 20,000 hours, or over 10 years of daily use, without needing to change a bulb," said Mark Clymer, product manager for core microscopy, Olympus America Inc. "This instrument gives users a 90 percent power savings over halogen illumination so it is much more cost effective and environmentally friendly to operate than microscopes with conventional light sources. Plus, it offers stable color temperature across the full range of intensity, so as users change light intensity, they don't see color changes."
The latest offering in the respected series of Olympus CX microscopes, the new CX21LED complements the CX21 with halogen illumination, and joins two other instruments in the line: the CX31®, which also handles phase contrast, polarized light, and other techniques for forensic and laboratory applications; and the CX41®, which offers fluorescence imaging and, with an attached camera, can be used for documentation.
For more information on the Olympus CX21LED microscope, contact Mark Clymer at Olympus America Inc., 3500 Corporate Parkway, PO Box 610, Center Valley, PA, 18034-0610, USA; phone (484) 896- 3381 or firstname.lastname@example.org; or visit http://www.olympusamerica.com/educational_microscopes.
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