The microscope is a precision instrument, both optically and mechanically, and will last a lifetime with a minimum of maintenance. It is built to high optical & mechanical standards, is designed to withstand daily classroom and laboratory use with only normal care.
2. UNPACKING AND ASSEMBLY
The microscope is housed in a molded foam container. Lay the container on its side, remove the tape from its perimeter and carefully lift the top half of the container. Open the container carefully and do not let the optical items (objectives and eyepieces) drop down, to avoid them being damaged. Using both hands (one around the arm and one around the base), lift the microscope from the container and put it on a stable desk.
The objectives will be found within individual protective vials. Install the objectives into the microscope nosepiece from the lowest magnification to the highest, in a clockwise direction from the rear. Insert the eyepiece into the eye-tube. The eyepiece is included with your microscope. Put the observation head onto the top of the arm and tighten the lock-screw.
Usually, following environment is required:
Indoor temperature: 0°C-40°C
Max. relative humidity: 85%
Keep the microscope away from dust, shock while use.
Turn off the light immediately after use.
Use a soft lens tissue to clean the optics.
Apply soft cleaning lotion to clean other parts of the microscope.
After use, cover the microscope with a dust-cover included with it, and must keep the microscope in a dry and clean place.