20 Most Recent Nikon Optistation 7 Yaskawa Xu-rcm2500t-3 Robot Track Ost7-01-031-3 Working Questions & Answers


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My best advice is to contact the support for the instrument. Avoid DIY without expert guidance as the potential for damage to the precision instrument exists which could result in costly repair or replacement.

Nikon Science &... | Answered on Sep 09, 2017


Sure you did to switch of the power?
Look at the picture.
The change of the lamp is in the manual, but over to many pages, so difficult to make a screenshot, but with the link you can read it yourself:
dbea0ea7-624b-454c-bf25-990a60c8358a.png http://www.boycesci.com/Manuals/E400%20Instruction%20manual.pdf

Nikon Science &... | Answered on Jul 15, 2014


try to find on ebay or on the manufacter support or with technicians who work repairing micorcopes.
this micro. is already considered obsolet \ not in production. i have one. so if it's yours and you know about engineering\electronics it would be better\easier fix it yourself making a new board or adapting other lamp.
i guess that my one the bulb is burn from i remenber and i'm thinking in adapt a led lamp. so add me in facebook that if i change my board i tell u how i do or maybe i could my original board if it's working

Nikon Science &... | Answered on Aug 28, 2013


http://www.boycesci.com/Manuals/Alphaphot-2%20instructions.pdf

this is the manual , the model is alphaphot 2 look at the picture in the page 4 . i have this same microscope and it have a label with ys2-t writed .

Nikon Science &... | Answered on Aug 28, 2013


It might be that Objective lens is not seated properly or very dirty. So perhaps by rotating the objective block may help before trying to clean it. Also try to start with the lowest magnification to see that you have functional microscope before trying higher magnifications. Good luck.

Nikon Science &... | Answered on May 19, 2013


send an image of your microscope so that I maybe could help you,my email address is:r.chitchian@yahoo.com

Nikon Science &... | Answered on May 19, 2013


There are a few things that could cause a shadow in the field of view. First if the condenser is not centered, this can create a crescent shaped shadow and rob your image of light. Center the condenser and raise it to within about a 16th of an inch from the top of the stage.
Second, the slider on the head which diverts light from the eyepieces to the camera must be fully engaged to the "camera" position
Third, make sure that the diaphragm on the condenser is not closed too far. There is an adjustment ring for this. Set it to 70-80% of the numerical aperture of the objective you are using.
Fourth: if there is a "swing out" condenser lens you will need it completely in or out depending on the objective you are using. for 2x-5x you need the swing out condenser lens completely out of the light path. For objectives 10x and up you need the swing out condenser lens completely in and centered in the light path.
If these things are properly adjusted you should not have a shadow in the field of view. If you still have a problem, let me know.

Nikon Science &... | Answered on May 19, 2013

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