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Article ID: MXB1146 — Created: 12 Feb 2018 — Reviewed: 13 Feb 2018
Several uScopeMXII units were shipped with dual (2) objectives. These units have special requirements and instructions for swapping and scanning with the provided objectives.
These configurations are no longer offered since the uScopeDX provides dual objectives in a single microscope package.
Following are several support topics necessary to successful operation of a dual-objective uScopeMXII or uScopeHXII.
To change the objective, you must open the uScopeMXII case, remove the mechanism, and replace the objective. Refer to the following knowledge base article for information about swapping objectives:
After swapping the objective, you must load the appropriate configuration file. Refer to the following knowledge base article for information about loading the configuration file:
A default objective (the lower-powered of the two objectives) is the primary objective associated with the uScopeMXII when it is initially built and calibrated. The primary objective description, along with a few other parameters, are stored in the internal Flash memory of the uScope. Deep Zoom information files, created for each slide you scan, include the primary objective details. This data in these files are subsequently used by the deep zoom image viewer.
When you scan a slide using the secondary objective, the primary objective metadata is still used to create the deep zoom information files which causes pixel mapping and magnification controls to be inaccurate. Refer to the following knowledge base article for information about updating the metadata files for your scans:
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