Digital microscope TEM-100
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digital microscope
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TEM-100 compact transmission electron microscope for the widespread use of biomedical research, research in nano science and technology fields, as well as for the training of higher education specialists. Advantages TEM-100: high quality electron microscopic images; easy control the device using the computer; existense high contrast mode for biomedical abjects; original design vacuum camera; easy and reliable vacuum system ; output electron microscopic images on the screen using CCD-camera and image editing with special programs. Management system The microscope is controlled by a computer. Software in Windows operating environment allows you to manage the device and display an image while operating the CCD-camera. Controls allow work on the device with minimal distraction of the operator on the monitor screen. The microscope may operate in the following modes: low magnification; large increases in the ground or contrasting modes of operation; microdiffraction mainly or contrasting modes. The microscope is designed for indoor or partially conditioned air conditioned at a temperature of (293 ± 278) ° K and relative humidity (65 ± 15)% at a temperature of (293 ± 278) ° K . Power supply - single phase is 220 V, frequency 50 Hz Photographic system • vacuum camera with recording on a flat film measuring 90×120 mm or 80×100 mm; • automatic photographic exposure meters; • on the film indicated the experiment number and an increase in the length or the camera (for more information about the image is stored in the database of the computer); • the ability to install the lower image display system on the screen with the CCD-camera


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