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Instrukcja obsługi Mikroskop LEVENHUK DTX 500 Mobi

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Levenhuk DTX 500 Mobi
Digital Microscope
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Levenhuk DTX 500 Mobi
Digital Microscope
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Never, under any circumstances, look directly at the Sun,
another bright source of light or at a laser through this device,
as this may cause PERMANENT RETINAL DAMAGE
and may lead to BLINDNESS.
Microscope parts
The kit includes: microscope, tripod, rechargeable battery, power cable, USB cable,
RCA cable, Levenhuk DTX installation CD, pouch, wrist strap, cleaning cloth, user guide.
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Microscope assembly
Open the battery compartment and insert the battery into the battery compartment matching
the indicated polarity. The battery has to be fully charged before turning the microscope on for
the first time. Plug the power cable into the power cable socket on the microscope body (5) and
connect it to a power source. The battery status indicator (23) will turn red. Once the battery is
fully charged, the indicator will go out. You can now disconnect the microscope from the power
source and turn it on. The fully-charged battery allows you to use the microscope for two hours.
The illumination will grow dim and the image quality will decrease to inform you that the battery
is low. Charge the battery, as described above.
A microSD card (purchased separately) is required to save captured images and recorded videos.
Turn the microscope off and insert the microSD card into the corresponding slot on the
microscope body until it locks in place with a click. Do not apply excessive force when inserting
the microSD card. Try rotating the card, if it does not lock in place with ease. Format the card
before using it.
To turn the microscope on, open the LCD display or press the power button (20). To turn the
microscope off, fold the LCD display or press the power button (20) again (refer to Power saving
section for more information).
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Image capture mode icon
Sequence capture mode icon
Captured image counter/Total number
of images that may be captured
(based on the current resolution)
MicroSD status icon
Current image resolution
Battery status indicator
Note: interface icons may be hidden by pressing
the magnification adjustment wheel (9).
Shutter button
Zoom adjustment wheel
RCA socket
USB socket
Power cable socket
LEDs
Objective lens
Tripod threaded hole
MicroSD card slot
Wrist strap clip
Focus wheel
Brightness adjustment wheel
Battery compartment
LCD display
(color mode switch and scrolling)
Menu
OK
(DOWN)
(LEFT/ BACK)
Power button
Speaker
Microphone
Battery status indicator
Using the microscope
Capturing an image
Turn the microscope on and point it at an object. Make sure the LCD display is fully
unfolded. Adjust the illumination brightness, so that the specimen is evenly lit. Change
magnification, then focus your view and press the shutter button (1) to capture an image.
Recording a video
Press the key (19) to switch to video mode. The icon in the upper left corner
of the screen will change in confirmation. Press the shutter button (1) to start recording
and press it again to stop.
Playing recorded videos
Press the key (19) to switch to playback mode. The icon in the upper left corner
of the screen will change in confirmation. Select the desired video clip with scroll keys
and press OK to play it.
Deleting files
When browsing saved files, press the Wrench key (16), select Delete… press OK
to confirm selection (you can choose to delete everything or just the selected file
from the displayed menu).
Protecting files
When browsing saved files, press the Wrench key (16), select Protect press OK confirm
selection (you can choose to protect everything or just the selected file
from the displayed menu).
Slideshow
When browsing saved files, press the Wrench key (16), select Slide Show and press OK
to confirm selection.
Interface color mode
When browsing saved files, press the (15) key to switch between existing interface
color modes.
Zoom
Scroll the zoom adjustment wheel (2) to zoom your view in or out.
Note: zoom range of Levenhuk DTX 500 Mobi is 1x–4x.
Attaching the tripod
Place the tripod on a stable surface. Connect the tripod to the threaded hole (10)
on the microscope and rotate the microscope until it locks in place. Do not apply
excessive pressure during rotation, as this may damage both the microscope
and the tripod. Tripod height may be adjusted, if necessary.
Transferring files to a computer
Connect the microscope to your computer with a USB cable and, when the AutoPlay window
appears, choose to use the microscope as an external storage device.
Main menu
Press the Wrench key (16) to open the main menu. From this menu you can set image
resolution, adjust image quality and sharpness, as well as set parameters for sequence
capture.
Resolution
Select Resolution the main menu choose the required image resolution.
Press OK to confirm selection.
Note: model supports the following resolutions: VGA / 1.3M / 3M / 5M / 9M / 12M.
Sequence capture
Select Timer from the main menu and set the total number of images to be captured in the
Frames dialog window. Confirm your selection by pressing OK. A new dialog window will
appear where you can set the interval between images using the and keys. Press OK to
confirm and to return to capture mode. Press the shutter button to start capturing images.
The icon in the upper left corner will change in confirmation. Once the set number of images
has been captured, the screen will return to standard capture mode. Press the shutter button
at any time to stop sequence capture.
Quality
Select Quality from the main menu and choose one of the existing settings. This will change
the compression rate of captured images.
Sharpness
Select Sharpness from the main menu and choose one of the existing settings.
Language
Select Language from the main menu and choose one of the existing settings. Press OK
to confirm selection.
Power saving
Select Power Save from the main menu and set the idle time before the microscope
automatically shuts down.
Display frequency
Select Frequency from the main menu and choose one of the existing settings. Press OK
to confirm selection.
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Date and time display
Select Date Stamp from the main menu and choose one of the existing settings.
You can opt to display the date or both date and time. Press OK to confirm selection.
TV connection
Select TV Out from the main menu and choose one of the existing settings.
Press OK to confirm selection.
Date and time
Select Date/Time from the main menu and set the current date and time. Press OK
to confirm entry. You can also choose one of the following date formats: YY/MM/DD,
DD/MM/YY or MM/DD/YY.
Format SD card
Select Format SD from the main menu to format the installed memory card.
Settings reset
Select Sys. Reset from the main menu to revert back to factory settings.
Hardware version
Select Version from the main menu to check the current hardware version.
Connecting the microscope to a TV-set
Plug the RCA cable into the microscope and connect it to your TV-set (refer to the User
Guide of your TV-set for additional information). Turn on the TV and select the correct
channel from the corresponding menu of the TV-set (refer to the User Guide of your
TV-set for additional information).
PortableCapture software
Insert the installation CD into your CD drive. The Main Menu window will be displayed.
Select PortableCapture software to install the PortableCapture application. Keep in mind
that a system restart will be required during installation.The installation CD contains
a copy of this User Guide, which you can read by clicking the corresponding entry
in the Main Menu.
Connect the microscope to your PC with a USB cable and run the PortableCapture
application. A pop-up message will warn you if the microscope is not connected to the PC.
Image resolution
From the Options menu, select Preview Size to set the required image resolution.
Rotating the image
From the Options menu, select Rotate and choose to rotate created images 90°
clockwise or counterclockwise.
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Date and time
From the Options menu, select Date/Time to display or hide the date and time of capture
during preview.
Language
From the Options menu, select Language to change the language of the user interface.
Full screen mode
There are three ways to enter full screen mode:
1. Double-click an image in the main window;
2. Click the Full screen mode icon on the toolbar;
3. From the Options menu, select Fullscreen mode.
To exit full screen mode, click the corresponding icon on the toolbar.
Capturing an image
Click the corresponding icon on the toolbar or select Photo from the Capture menu, or press
F11
on your keyboard. A thumbnail of the captured image will appear on the right side of the main
window.
Recording a video
Click the corresponding icon on the toolbar or select Video from the Capture menu.
The camcorder icon on the toolbar will change once you start recording. To stop recording
you can either click the corresponding icon on the toolbar again or select Stop capturing
from the Capture menu.
Note: recommended video resolution is 640x480.
Preview
Left-click the thumbnail of the image you wish to edit and it will open in the main window of
the application. The image resolution will be displayed in the bottom left corner of the screen.
Double-clicking a thumbnail will open the image in a separate window.
Saving images
To save an image, right-click the thumbnail of the desired image and select Save from the
drop-down menu.Images may be saved in .jpeg and .bmp formats. When saving images in
.jpeg format, clicking Advanced allows you to view and edit additional options.
Deleting images
To delete an image, right-click the thumbnail of the desired image and select Delete from the
drop-down menu.When viewing images in a separate window, you can click the corresponding
icon on the toolbar to delete the image.
Copying images
To copy an image, right-click the thumbnail of the desired image and select Copy
from the drop-down menu.
Working with video clips
Right-click a video clip thumbnail and choose whether you want to watch, copy or delete
the chosen clip from a drop-down menu.
Exiting the application
To exit the application, choose Exit from the File menu.
Calibration and measurements
Place a ruler on the stage, focus your view and aimage. Take note of the current
magnification by looking at the calibration scale on the microscope body. Double-click
the image thumbnail to open it in a separate window. Enter the magnification value into
the corresponding field in the upper right corner of the preview window. Upon calibrating
the microscope, you will be able to measure various parameters of observed specimens.
All the buttons on the toolbar of the preview window are described below.
Line
Press and hold the left mouse button to start drawing a line. Release the left mouse
button to complete the line.
Free-form line
Press and hold the left mouse button and draw a line. Release the left mouse button
to complete the segment. You can continue adding more segments to the free-form line.
Radius
Draw a straight line on the image. The application will automatically calculate the radius,
as well as circumference and area of the corresponding circle.
Diameter
Draw a straight line on the image. The application will automatically calculate
the diameter, as well as circumference and area of the corresponding circle.
Angle
Press and hold the left mouse button to draw a line on the image. Release the left mouse
button and draw another line. The application will automatically calculate value
of the resulting angle.
Measurement units
From the drop-down menu on the toolbar you can select measurement units
for calculations (pixels, inches, kilometers, meters, centimeters, millimeters, microns).
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Press this button to create a text box on the image
Press this button to edit font parameters
These buttons allow you to draw something on the image
Press this button to choose the line color
Press this button to choose the line thickness
Press this button to choose the line style
Press this button to undo the last action
Note:
1. Magnification range of Levenhuk DTX 500 Mobi is 20x–500x. Do not use
magnification values that exceed this range.
2. The application calculates values based on the magnification you have entered.
The results may not be precise.
3. Measurement functions are only available to MS Windows users.

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