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Professional Microscope

for Biological and Diagnostic Use

CYANScope CM001

Service Manual

CYANScope CM001 Service manual April 2017 1

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Contents
Technical data ............................................................................................................................................................. 3 
Packing List .................................................................................................................................................................. 4 
Safety Note................................................................................................................................................................... 4 
Power and installation requirements ................................................................................................................. 5 
Maintenance................................................................................................................................................................ 6 
Components ................................................................................................................................................................ 7 
Assemble ...................................................................................................................................................................... 8 
7.1  Assembly Diagram........................................................................................................................................... 8 
7.2  Assembly Procedure ....................................................................................................................................... 9 
7.2.1  Installing the binocular viewing head ................................................................................................. 9 
7.2.2  Installing the eyepiece .............................................................................................................................. 9 
7.2.3  Installing the objective ............................................................................................................................. 9 
7.2.4  Mounting the filters ................................................................................................................................ 10 
7.2.5  Connecting the Power Cord ................................................................................................................. 10 
7.2.6  Installing and replacing the bulb ....................................................................................................... 11 
Adjustment and operation.................................................................................................................................. 12 
8.1  Adjustment set diagram ............................................................................................................................. 12 
8.2  Adjustment and Operation ....................................................................................................................... 13 
8.2.1  Brightness Adjustment .......................................................................................................................... 13 
8.2.2  Placing the Specimen ............................................................................................................................. 13 
8.2.3  Focusing the Specimen.......................................................................................................................... 13 
8.2.4  Condenser Adjustment .......................................................................................................................... 14 
8.2.5  Aperture Iris Diaphragm Adjustment ............................................................................................... 14 
8.2.6  Adjusting the Interpupillary Distance .............................................................................................. 14 
8.2.7  Adjusting the Diopter ............................................................................................................................. 14 
8.2.8  Adjusting the tension adjustment collar ......................................................................................... 15 
8.2.9  Adjustment of the prism position ...................................................................................................... 16 
8.3  Greasing the micro/macro button .......................................................................................................... 17 
Technical operation ............................................................................................................................................... 19 
9.1  How to open the microscope? ................................................................................................................. 19 
9.2  Verifying the electronic circuit ................................................................................................................. 20 
9.2.1  Verification of the PC board ................................................................................................................. 21 
9.2.2  Brightness adjustment ........................................................................................................................... 23 
9.2.3  Replacement of the PC board.............................................................................................................. 24 
9.2.4  Verification of the transformer – ceramic socket – lamp ........................................................... 25 
9.2.5  Verification of the brightness adjustment knob ........................................................................... 26 
Troubleshooting Guide.................................................................................................................................... 29 
10.1  The optical system ........................................................................................................................................ 29 
10.2  Mechanical system ....................................................................................................................................... 30 
10.3  The electrical system ................................................................................................................................... 30 

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To ensure safety, obtain optimum performance and to familiarize yourself fully with the
use of this microscope, it is recommended to read this manual thoroughly before
operating the microscope.

Technical data
 Main body Main standard
Double layers mechanical stage
Stage plate: 140 x 140 mm
Moving range: 75 x 50 mm
Condenser holder
 Viewing head Siedentopf binocular head: 30° inclined
 Viewing height 392 mm
 Condenser Abbe condenser (bright field condenser with
adjustable iris diaphragm), NA = 1,25
 Nose piece Quadruple
 Eyepiece Extra wide field 20 mm, 10x
 Illumination 6V 20W halogen lamp + 1 spare bulb
 Filters Baby blue
Green
 Interpupillary distance 48 – 75 mm
 Focusing Coaxial coarse and fine adjustment
Moving range: 20 mm
Fine division: 0,002 mm
 Objective Infinitive semi-plan objectives: 4x, 10x, 40x,
100x (oil)
 Power supply 110-220V – 50/60 Hz
 Size 390 x 200 x 400 mm (LxWxH)
Base: 260 x 200 mm (LxW)

Objective specifications

Magnification Numerical Focal length Working length Objective


aperture (mm) (mm)
4x 0,10 45,30 17,00 Dry
10x 0,25 17,96 6,00 Dry
40x 0,65 4,50 0,37 Dry
100x 1,25 1,81 0,13 Oil

Eyepiece specifications

Eyepiece Magnification Focal length (mm) Field of view (mm)


Extra wide field plan 10x 25 22
eyepiece

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Packing List
 10x eyepieces
 Binocular viewing head
 4 objectives (4x, 10x, 40x, 100x)
 Main body
 Two filters (baby blue and green)
 Halogen lamp + spare bulb
 Power cord
 Immersion oil
 2 extra fuses
 Dust cover

Safety Note

 Carefully open the box to avoid dropping or damaging the accessories.


 Keep the instrument away from direct sunlight, high temperature or humidity, dusty and
easy shaking environment. Make sure the stage is flat, horizontal and firm enough.
 When moving the microscope, carry it carefully holding the handle and the base.
 When running, the lamp house and nearby parts will be very hot. Please ensure there is
enough cooling room for them.
 Make sure the instrument is grounded, to avoid lightning strike.
 When replacing the bulb or the fuse, please ensure that the main switch is off ( « O ») and
the power is cut off. If you replace the bulb during use or right after use, allow the lamp bulb
and the lamp house to cool completely before touching. (see Spare Parts List for re-ordering
product code)
 Check the input voltage: the input voltage specified on the back of the microscope should
be the same as for the power supply voltage. Not complying with this precaution may result
in serious damage to the instrument and danger of fire. Damage to the instrument following
due to use of false power supply is not covered by the warranty. Always use the power cord
provided with the microscope.

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Power and installation requirements
Depending on the location of the CYANScope, the required power supply has to be between 110 –
230 V AC. Please note that the CYANScope is suited for both 110 V AC and 230 V AC. The voltage-
switch at the back of the CYANScope needs to adjusted manually according to your location’s power
requirements (110 -230 V AC).

It is advised to maintain a maximum stability of electrical current in the laboratory (no more than 10%
variation). When this cannot be guaranteed, usage of the following supplementary devices is
strongly recommended:
 Electronic stabilizer
This is used to stabilize the electric voltage in the laboratory. Any stabilizer, currently available on
the market, with a power potential of at least 0.5 KW is used.
 No Break Module UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supply)
This module has two important features:
o Stabilizes the main power
o Supplies power to the instrument in case of main power line failure

To improve the device’s stability and to protect it from overcurrent, one fuse is built in the CYANScope.
When the fuse needs to be replaced, it is important to use the correct fuse to prevent damage to the
CYANScope.
For the CYANScope the following fuses are recommended:

230V power inlet: T250mAL250V


115V power inlet: T5AL250V

Two types of fuses are widely used: the fast blowing (F) and the slow blowing fuses (T). It is possible
to replace a blown-out T-fuse with an F-fuse. It is not allowed to switch an F-fuse for a T-fuse. This
could lead to serious damage.

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Maintenance
1. All the lenses have been adjusted properly.
2. The nosepiece, coarse and fine focusing parts are very delicate
3. Keep the instrument clean and do not damage the optical element when wiping away the
dust of the instrument.
4. The contaminations on the prism, like fingerprints and oil smudges, should be gently wiped
with a piece of soft cloth or tissue paper or gauze which has been immersed in pure alcohol
or ether.

NOTE: Alcohol and ether are highly flammable. Keep them away from the fire, sources of heat (light
bulb) or potential sources of electrical sparks, and use them in a well-ventilated room.

5. Do not use organic solvents to clean the glass components.


6. If the microscope gets wet (splashed by any liquid) during use, cut the power off directly and
wipe away the liquid.
7. Do not disassemble any parts of the microscope, as this will affect the function or reduce the
performance of the microscope.
8. Place the instrument in a cool, dry position. Keep the microscope covered when not in use
to avoid it getting dusty. Make sure the lamp socket is cool before covering the microscope.

NOTE: Damage to the instrument due to dismantling (even during replacement) and/or wrong use
of the optical parts is not covered by warranty.

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Components

1. Binocular viewing head


2. Main body
3. Objective
4. Nosepiece
5. Eyepiece

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Assemble

7.1 Assembly Diagram

The following figure shows the installation sequence of the components. The number in the figure
shows the assembly steps.

NOTE:
- Before installing, please ensure that every component is clean.
- Take care not to scratch any parts or glass surface.

1. Binocular viewing head


2. 10x eyepiece
3. Objective
4. Power cord

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7.2 Assembly Procedure

7.2.1 Installing the binocular viewing head


Insert the binocular viewing head into the microscope head and turn it to a proper position, then
screw down the bolt to fix it.

7.2.2 Installing the eyepiece


Insert the eyepiece into the eyepiece tube until they are against each other, as shown hereunder.

7.2.3 Installing the objective


1. Use the coarse focus knob to lower the mechanical stage to its lowest limit position.
2. Screw the objective with the lowest magnification into the nosepiece, then revolve the
nosepiece clockwise and mount other objectives by the sequence of low to high
magnification.

NOTE:
 Installing the objectives in sequence of increasing magnification will make the change of
magnification to be easier while using.
 Clean the objective regularly as the lens is susceptible to accumulate dust.
 When replacing the objective, slowly turn the nosepiece until you hear a « click » which
indicates that the objective is in place.
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7.2.4 Mounting the filters
Place the required filter in front of the condenser.

7.2.5 Connecting the Power Cord


1. Set the main switch ① from « I » to « O » (off ) state before connecting the power cord.
2. Insert the plug ② into the power jack ③ of the microscope safely.
3. Plug the power cord ④ into the power supply receptacle ⑤.

NOTE:

 The cable and cords are vulnerable when bent or twisted, never subject the power cord to
excessive force.
 Use the supplied power cord all the times. If lost or damaged, select the same standard cord.
 The microscope works at 100 V ~ 240 V
 ⑥ is the fuse cover; ⑦ is the fuse

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7.2.6 Installing and replacing the bulb
1. Remove the condenser holder as indicated on the picture.
2. Wrap the bulb (CM001-S01) ① with a gauze or other protection material (lint free tissue) and
then insert its pin ② deeply – but gently – into the jack of the lamp holder.
3. Place the condenser holder back.

NOTE:
 During microscope use and directly after turning off the lamp, the bulb, the lamp house and
nearby parts will be very hot and may cause serious burns. When replacing the lamp, turn
the main switch to « O » (off), disconnect the power plug, and make sure the bulb, the lamp
room and periphery had the time to cool down.
 Insert the bulb gently. Squeezing too hard will damage the bulb.
 To prevent reduced bulb life or cracking, do not touch the bulb with bare hands. If
fingerprints are accidentally left on the bulb, wipe the bulb with a soft cloth.
 Use the specified halogen Lamp 6 V and 20 W (CM001-S01).
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Adjustment and operation

8.1 Adjustment set diagram

1. Brightness adjustment knob


2. Main switch
3. Tension adjustment collar
4. Right coarse focus
5. Right fine focus knob
6. Lateral adjustment
7. Portrait adjustment knob

1. Interpupillar distance indicator


2. Aperture iris diaphragm collar
3. Left coarse focus knob
4. Left fine focus knob
5. Indicator
6. Clocking set
7. Condenser focusing knob

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8.2 Adjustment and Operation

8.2.1 Brightness Adjustment


1. Connect the power cord and set the main switch ① to on
(« I » state).
2. Turning the brightness adjustment knob ② clockwise, the
voltage raises, and the brightness strengthens; whereas
turning at the anti-clockwise direction, the voltage
declines, and the brightness weakens.

8.2.2 Placing the Specimen


1. Place the specimen① in the center of the mechanical stage
and use the stage clips to clamp it.
2. Turn the portrait and lateral adjustment knob ② of the
mechanical ruler, move the specimen to the required position.

NOTE: Be careful when changing the objective. If you finish the observation with the short working
distance objective, and want to change another one, ensure the objective does not touch the
specimen.

8.2.3 Focusing the Specimen


Focus the specimen with 10X objective. To avoid the objective
touching the specimen during focusing, you should raise the
mechanical stage to let the specimen close to the objective at first,
then slowly separate them to bring the specimen to focus.

When operating, use 10×magnification objective to search and


focus specimen firstly, then replace with higher magnification objective if necessary. Turn the coarse
focus knob ② conversely to lower the specimen and search images in the 10× ocular simultaneously,
and then use the fine knob ① to focus. After that, you can replace with other magnification
objectives safely, and focus without the risk of damaging the specimen.

N OTE: To make the observation more convenient, you can use the locking set ③ to fix the stage in a
vertical direction.

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8.2.4 Condenser Adjustment
Turn the condenser focus knob to move the condenser up and
down. Raise the condenser when using the high magnification
objective, and descend it when using the low magnification one.

N OTE:

- The condenser and the objective are coaxial. It has been adjusted before leaving the factory,
so the user does not need to adjust them.
- The highest position of the condenser has been adjusted too.

8.2.5 Aperture Iris Diaphragm Adjustment


Turn the aperture iris diaphragm collar ① to adjust the aperture
iris diaphragm.

N OTE:
- The aperture iris diaphragm is designed for the adjustment of the numerical aperture, not
for the brightness.
Generally, setting the aperture iris diaphragm to 70- 80% of the N.A. (Numerical Aperture) of
the objective in use will provide an image with good contrast. If you want to observe the
image of the aperture iris diaphragm, remove one eyepiece and look through the tube. You
will see a dark circle encroaching on the bottom of the tube.

8.2.6 Adjusting the Interpupillary Distance


The interpupillary distance range is 55 mm ~ 75 mm. While looking
through the eyepieces, move both eyepieces until the left and right fields
of view coincide completely.

8.2.7 Adjusting the Diopter


Turn the eyepiece ① to adjust the diopter while looking through it. The
diopter range of the eyepiece is ±5 diopter. The line on the viewing head
indicates the used diopter.

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8.2.8 Adjusting the tension adjustment collar
Turn the tension adjustment collar ① with your fingers .When the collar
is turned in the direction of the arrow, tension of the coarse adjustment
knob ② increases. Turning the collar in the opposite direction decreases
the tension.
If the nosepiece descends on its own or if the specimen gets out of focus
quickly even when it is brought into focus using the fine adjustment
knob ③, it means the tension of the coarse adjustment knob is too low. Turn the collar in the
direction of the arrow to increase the tension.

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8.2.9 Adjustment of the prism position
1. Unscrew the 4 screws (2 at the top and 2 at the bottom) shown in the figure below and remove
the prism cover.

2. Draw a small point in the center of a microscope slide as well as on the left eyepiece (as shown
in the figure below). For this, use a marker which you can easily remove with some ethanol
afterwards.

3. Look through the left eyepiece (the marked one) and find the point on the microscope slide in
the viewing field. Then move the stage to keep the point on the microscope slide coincide with
the point on the eyepiece.
4. Put the marked eyepiece into the right eyepiece tube and loosen the slotted screw as shown in
the figure below. Then adjust the position of the prism (don’t touch the prism with your hands
but use for example lint free tissue) to keep the point on the microscope slide coincide with the
point on the eyepiece. If they coincide, tighten the screw.

5. At last, put back the prism cover and tighten the 4 screws.
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8.3 Greasing the micro/macro button
1. Take out the screw inside the button for micro regulation of visibility. Before being able to
access this screw, the cover must be broken (see picture below). Be careful not to break the
other end of the button.

Break this cover to


gain access to the
screw.

2. Take out the micro-regulation button.


3. Take out the screw in order to dismantle the macro-regulation button.

Do not touch this side!

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4. Take out the screws and dismantle the assembly.

5. Add a small volume of mechanical grease.


6. Reassemble in reverse order.

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Technical operation

9.1 How to open the microscope?


1. Remove the six screws from the rear panel as well as one screw from the bottom plate.
2. Pull the panel towards you to have access to the internal parts.

Attention!
When removing the back panel, please pay attention to the cables connected to the back panel. Be
careful not to damage them.

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9.2 Verifying the electronic circuit

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9.2.1 Verification of the PC board
Please follow the instruction below to verify the good functioning of the PC board. It is important to
both check the incoming voltage and the outgoing voltage.

Measuring the incoming voltage on the PC board:

1. Disconnect the power cord


2. Open the back of the CYANScope (See chapter 9.1)
3. Reconnect the microscope to the power supply and turn it ON
4. Check the voltage according to the picture below using a multi meter:
The red probe is placed on the top connection; the black probe is placed on the lowest
connection.
 The voltage measured here should be 110 – 230 V AC (±10%)

 If the incoming voltage is correct, it means that there is NO problem between the power
connection and the PC board. However, it does NOT mean that the PC board is working
correctly, therefore you need to measure the outgoing voltage by following the procedure
below.

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Measuring the outgoing voltage on the PC board:

1. Disconnect the power cord


2. Open the back of the CYANScope (See Chapter 9.1)
3. Take out the PC board by unscrewing the top and bottom screws of the board
4. The PC board can now be lifted out of its holder, make sure you have easy access to the back
of the PC board
5. Reconnect the microscope to the power supply and turn it on
6. Measure the voltage according to the picture below using a multi meter:

The outgoing voltage of the PC board depends on the position of the brightness adjustment knob.
The higher the brightness, the higher the measured voltage. The lower the position of the brightness
adjustment knob, the lower the voltage.
 The voltage should be between 30 -230 V AC
 If the measured voltage is not correct, the PC board has not been adjusted properly or the PC
board is defective and should be replaced (CM001-S15)

Before replacing the PC board, please verify the brightness adjustment knob. (See Chapter 9.2.6)

Attention!
When you replace the PC board, it is very important to perform the adjustment of the brightness!
(See Chapter 9.2.2)

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9.2.2 Brightness adjustment

1. Disconnect the power cord


2. Open the back of the CYANScope (See Chapter 9.1)
3. Reconnect the microscope to the power supply and turn it ON
4. Put the brightness adjustment knob at the lowest stand
5. Turn the <MIN> button on PC board until the brightness of the lamp just disappears (lamp is
just out)
6. Put the brightness adjustment knob at the highest stand
7. Turn the <MAX> button until the measured voltage on the lamp is between 5.6 – 6.4 V AC

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9.2.3 Replacement of the PC board
NOTE: For this procedure you should be capable to perform solid soldering.

1. Remove the rear panel of the microscope (See Chapter 9.1)


2. Make a picture of the electronic board so that you can remember the position of each cable
3. Also marking the cables is a good idea. The exact position of each cable is crucial for the good
functioning of the CYANScope
4. For some of the cables it is necessary to cut them
5. Reattach the correct cables to the board by proper soldering (see picture below)

Attention!
It is essential that the upper and the lower cable indicated on the picture above are soldered on the
board in the same position. Do NOT switch them!

6. Reattach the PC board back in the correct position.


7. Switch ON the CYANScope
8. Turn the brightness adjustment knob at its lowest stand and adjust the MIN trimmer on the
board until the light is almost out
9. Turn the brightness adjustment knob at its highest stand and adjust the MAX trimmer by
measuring the lamp voltage
 This voltage must be between 5.7 V and 6.4 V, if not adjust the trimmer

Attention!
When you replace the PC board, it is very important to perform the adjustment of the brightness!
(See Chapter 9.2.2)

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9.2.4 Verification of the transformer – ceramic socket – lamp
Verification of the transformer
A. Check the output voltage of the PC board (See Chapter 9.2.1)
 This is the voltage that will enter the transformer
B. Check the output voltage of the transformer:
1. Disconnect the 2 crimp pin connectors (circled in red in the picture below)
The colored (blue in the picture below) wires are the outlet from the transformer and these
2 wires are connected with the 2 white cables of the ceramic socket
2. Measure the voltage between the 2 blue cables
 The measured voltage should be between 1.1– 6.4 VAC depending on the position of the
brightness adjustment knob.

 If the output voltage of the PC board (A) is correct and the measured output voltage of the
transformer (B) is correct, than the transformer works fine.
 If the output voltage of the PC board (A) is correct and the measured output voltage of the
transformer (B) is NOT correct, the transformer is broken and should be replaced. (See
chapter 9.2.5)

Verification of the ceramic socket


B. Check the output voltage of the transformer. The measured voltage should be between 1.1– 6.4
VAC depending on the position of the brightness adjustment knob.
C. Measure the voltage between the 2 pins of the lamp. The voltage should be the same as the
voltage coming from the transformer (between 1.1 and 6.4 VAC depending on the position of the
brightness adjustment knob).
 If the output voltage of the transformer (B) is correct, and the measured voltage on the 2 pins
of the lamp (C) is not correct, the ceramic socket is broken and should be replaced.
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Verification of the lamp
1. Turn the brightness adjustment knob in largest position (full power to lamp)
2. Measure the voltage on the 2 pins of the lamp

 If the measured voltage on the 2 pins of the lamp is correct, but the lamp is NOT burning, the
lamp is broken and should be replaced.

Tip!
You can move the lamp a bit forward (see image below) so the connections are easier to reach. The
socket is very fragile because of the ceramic material, please handle the socket with care.

9.2.5 Replacement of the transformer


NOTE: For this procedure you should be capable to perform solid soldering.

Procedure:
1. Remove the rear panel of the microscope (See Chapter 9.1)
2. Disconnect the 2 crimp pin connectors (circled in red in the picture below)
The colored (blue in the picture below) wires are the outlet from the transformer and these 2
wires are connected with the 2 white cables of the ceramic socket

3. Cut the 4 wires (red, yellow, green and black in the picture below) going from the transformer to
the back of the Hz switch.

NOTE:
 Make sure you have enough room to solder the cables of the new transformer, so do not cut
too close to the Hz switch.
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 Make sure you cut the correct black wire, there are 2 connected together (see red arrow)
A third black wire is a loop on the ‘115V’ position of the switch.

4. Take out the transformer by unscrewing the 4 screws attaching it to the instrument

5. Install the new transformer (CM001-S18) into the instrument


6. Reconnect the 2 blue cables to the white cables of the ceramic socket using the connectors
7. Reconnect the other 4 colored cables with the cut ends coming from the Hz switch
 Solder the ends together and protect the connection with a heat-shrink tube or insulation tape.
 Alternatively, use commercially available plastic connectors, which don’t require soldering.

8. Turn ON the instrument and verify the output voltage of the new transformer (See chapter 9.2.4)

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9.2.6 Verification of the brightness adjustment knob

Procedure:
1. Remove the rear panel of the microscope (See Chapter 9.1)
2. Check whether the two wires coming from the potentiometer for brightness are properly
connected to the circuit board
3. First mark the 2 wires Upper/Lower (indicated on the picture below)
4. Then disconnect them from the PC board

NOTE: if you disconnect these 2 wires, you should be able to reconnect them after this procedure by
soldering. Do not switch the upper and lower cable, the correct position is crucial.

5. Measure the resistance (Ω) with a voltage meter


6. At the same time, turn the brightness adjustment knob to check if the resistance changes.
 If resistance does not change, it means that the potentiometer is damaged and needs
replacement (CM001-S17).

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Troubleshooting Guide

10.1 The optical system

PROBLEM CAUSE SOLUTION

The nosepiece is not in the located position Locate the nosepiece properly where
The edge of the field of
(objective and light path not coaxial) it clicks
view is dark or the
brightness is not The surface of the lamp becomes black Change a new lamp bulb

uniform A lens (the objective, condenser, eyepiece or


Clean it thoroughly
collector) is dirty.
Dirt/dust on the specimen Replace with a clean specimen
Dirt or dust is visible in
the field of view Dirt/dust on the eyepieces Clean them

Specimen is not covered Add cover glass on it


Use standard cover glass with
The thickness of the cover glass is not suitable
thickness of 0.17mm
Specimen is placed reversely Turn it over
Dry objective has oil on it. (especially for 40X
Wipe the oil
objectives)
Visibility is poor Image
is not sharp; Contrast is A lens (the objective, condenser, eyepiece or
Clean it
poor; details are collector) is dirty.
indistinct Immersion oil is not used with the 100x objective Use specified oil
Air bubbles existed in the immersion oil Eliminate the bubble
The aperture iris diaphragm is stopped down too Adjust the aperture iris diaphragm
far properly

Dirt or dust on the eyepiece Clean it

Center the condenser with the


Condenser is not properly centered
One side of image is centering screw
blurred The nosepiece is not properly engaged Engage the nosepiece properly
The specimen is not clamped Clamp it with stage clips
The image is yellowish The blue filter is not used Use the blue filter
The aperture iris diaphragm is too small Adjust it properly
The brightness is not The condenser is too low Adjust it properly
enough A lens (the objective, condenser, eyepiece or
Clean it
collector) is dirty.

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10.2 Mechanical system
PROBLEM CAUSE SOLUTION
Field of view of one
eye does not match Interpupillary distance is incorrect Adjust interpupillary distance
that of the other

The diopter is not proper Adjust the diopter properly


Observation is tiring
The brightness of the illumination is not proper for
Adjust the lamp voltage
eyes

10.3 The electrical system


PROBLEM CAUSE SOLUTION
The lamp does NOT There is no power supply Check the requirements of the power
burn supply and installation (see 4)
The lamp is not deeply placed in the socket Check its’ insertion in the socket
The lamp is broken Replace the lamp
Verify the input and output voltage of the PC board (9.2.1) and verify the transformer,
ceramic socket and the lamp.
The lamp suddenly The lamp used is not the correct lamp or the voltage Use the recommended lamp or adjust
blows is too high the brightness of the lamp and check
the general electricity requirements
(see 4)
The lamp is too bright The lamp is not adjusted properly Please follow the instructions for
or not bright enough adjusting the lamp brightness (9.2.1).
The image is not The lamp will almost blow Change la lamp
stable (trembling) The lamp is not deeply placed in the socket Check its’ insertion in the socket

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INSTALLATION FORM
Please FILL IN the INSTALLATION FORM and send a COPY BACK TO CYPRESS DIAGNOSTICS
Make sure to register also the instrument on the website: www.diagnostics.be

Distributor (Company name)


(Country, city)
(e-mail)
Coordinates
(website)
(tel.)
(Name)
Technician in charge (e-mail)
(tel.)

Laboratory (Laboratory name)


(Country, city)
(e-mail)
Coordinates
(website)
(tel.)
(Name)
Lab technician (e-mail)
(tel.)

Delivery date (date)


Installation date (date)
Instrument CYANScope
End warranty (date)
Serial number

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Checklist for installation (for detailed explanation see manual)

□ Check content according to packing list

□ Check location requirements


□ Check electronical current requirements, if necessary use:
□ Electronic stabilizer
□ UPS
Installation of all accessories on the CYANScope

□ Install the components

□ Connect the power cord to a suited power supply and adjust voltage if necessary

□ Switch on instrument
Adaptation of the system to the customer
□ User manual in Laboratory

□ Give extensive information on daily use and maintenance to the user


Comments

Laboratory technician
Name
Signature
Maintenance engineer
Name
Signature
Date

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MAINTENANCE FORM
Distributor: (Company name)
(Country, city)
(e-mail)
Coordinates:
(website)
(tel.)
(Name)
Technician in charge: (e-mail)
(tel.)

Laboratory: (Laboratory name)


(Country, city)
(e-mail)
Coordinates:
(website)
(tel.)
(Name)
Lab technician: (e-mail)
(tel.)

Delivery date (date)


Installation date (date)
Instrument CYANScope
End warranty (date)
Serial number
Last visit (date)
Next visit (date)
Laboratory technician
Name
Signature
Maintenance engineer
Name
Signature
Date

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MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
The CYANScope does not require periodic maintenance or adjusting. The instrument is almost maintenance- free.

To be performed by Period Activity Date Date Date Date Date


Use dust cover to protect instrument after shut down.
End of the day Make sure the lamp socket is cool before covering the
Laboratory
instrument
technician
Weekly Clean outside of instrument

Once a year Remove dust inside the instrument


Maintenance
Once a year If necessary, replace halogen lamp (CM001-S01)
engineer
Problems Fill in repair form*

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REPAIR FORM
Delivery date (Date)

Instrument CYANScope Installation date (Date)

Serial number

Date of complaint (Date)

Description of problem (details)

Actions undertaken (details)

Code Name

Spare parts used

Problem solved YES NO

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Actions for future (details)

Overview of previous maintenance


When support from
Overview of previous problems regarding this instrument
Cypress is requested,
Is the instrument protected against power surges by a UPS and/or
please also include in
electronic stabilizer?
your communication:
Video or photo of the issue

Comments

Laboratory technician
Name
Signature
Maintenance engineer
Name
Signature
Date

Please fill in the above document, in order to track the different interventions.
We suggest to keep the original together with the instrument and to deliver copies to the
maintenance engineer and Cypress Diagnostics.

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CYAN Lab Instrumentation SPARE PARTS


Item Code Item name Photo Comments Consumable Suggested stock:

for one year* 10 sold instruments

Microscope

CM001-S01 Halogen Lamp 6V-20W Y User dependent User dependent

CM001-S02 EW 10x N

CM001-S03 Infinitive semi plan objective 4x (Y) User dependent User dependent

CM001-S04 Infinitive semi plan objective 10x (Y) User dependent User dependent

CM001-S05 Infinitive semi plan objective 40x (Y) User dependent User dependent

CM001-S06 Infinitive semi plan objective 100x (Y) User dependent User dependent

CM001-S07 Nosepiece N

CM001-S08 Stage: 140x140mm N

CM001-S09 Bright field condenser N

CM001-S10 Phase contrast kit N

CM001-S11 Oil dark field condenser Optional accessory N

CM001-S12 Blue filter N

CM001-S13 Green filter N

CF-T0.5AL250V Fuse T0,5AL250V 5x20mm (10 pcs) For 115V and 220V instruments N 1

CM001-S15 Electronic boards N 1

CM001-S16 Ceramic socket for lamp N 1

CM001-S17 Potentiometer for brightness adjustment N

CM001-S18 Transformer N

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