Question about C A Scientific MS01 Monocular Microscope
You're requesting a teaching microscope. Teaching microscopes come with two heads and a pointer unit. They are expensive. Nikon makes the best face to face and side by side teaching microscopes. These are typically used for Medical Resident teaching and college level.
I suspect you mean you need a microscope for a teacher.
One of the most popular microscopes for colleges is the Leica C ME. When bought in bulk, they can be less than $800.00, and even less if you don't require an oil objective.
If budget is your concern, I would recomend the Labomed CXL or the Accuscope 3002.
I hope this information is helpful to you in your quest for a microscope to fit your needs.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
HAve u seen the new LCD microscopes by Celestron?
No need to squint your eyes anymore...selling for 299 on ebay right now
Posted on May 24, 2009
There are 4 major brands (Zeiss, Nikon, Leica, and Olympus) that sell to universities etc but these are more expensive than some other manufacturers that are less well known but with high quality standards (Motic, Meiji). A well designed site with pricing information is microscopeworld.com. The owners are knowledgeable and helpful. Always look at the scope with your samples or request an evaluation period on the PO.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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QX5/Smithsonian Computer Microscope Drivers for WIN
ME, 2000, XP, Vista 32-Bit
V2 Computer Microscope Drivers for Windows Vista 64-Bit
V2 Computer Microscope Drivers for Windows 7
QX5 V1, QX5 V2 Computer Microscope for Mac OSX 10.4-10.6
Computer Microscope V1 Video Codecs for 32 bit versions of Vista/Windows 7
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Here are the instruction for installing the QX3 (or QX3+)
Microscope with Windows 7. You must be using a 32-BIT VERSION. The QX3 is not
compatible with 64-bit versions of Windows 7 or Vista.
Note, DO NOT use the software from the CD that came with the microscope.
DO NOT plug in the QX3 microscope until Step 4.
Before you run the programs below, right click the icon, click on "Properties", click the "Compatibility" tab, check the box next to "Run this program in compatibility mode for:", then choose in the drop-down box "Windows 98 / Windows ME". You should also check "Run as Administrator" if your account is a "Standard user".
Step 1. Download and install the QX3PLUS.EXE software from Intel:
http://downloadcenter.intel.com /Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&Inst=Yes&ProductID=160&DwnldID=4419& amp;strOSs=All&OSFullName=All%20Operating%20Systems?=eng
Step 2. Download and install the QCODINSTL.EXE software from:
Step 3. Download and extract the QX3 Drivers from:
Step 4. Now, plug in the microscope.
When the "Found New Hardware" wizard appears you will see a message saying that the driver installation was not successful. Click the Close box. You need to install the driver manually by following these steps:
a. Click START - Select Devices & Printers
b. Right-click on the Intel QX3 Icon and select Properties
c. Click the Hardware tab - click Properties
d. Click Update Driver - select "Browse my computer for driver software"
e. Browse to the folder with the extracted QX3 drivers from Step 3. above. The driver software should install successfully.
Double-click on the QX3+ icon on the desktop and the program should run.
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