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R-4890.

ECLIPSE Ni-U Main Body

Repair Manual
NIKON CORPORATION

2012 NIKON CORPORATION All rights reserved

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Table of Contents
Foreword.............................................................................................................................. P.4 Notes for Repair ............................................................................................................ P.4 1. Tools............................................................................................................................. P.5 1-1. Tools for General Use and Preparations ................................................................. P.5 1-2. Tools for Special Purposes ...................................................................................... P.6 Removing the Cover ................................................................................................... P.7 2-1. Removing the Rear Cover........................................................................................ P.7 2-2. Removing the Right and Left Front Covers.............................................................. P.7 2-3. Removing the Elevation Block ................................................................................. P.8 2-4. Removing the Base Front Cover.............................................................................. P.8 2-5. Removing the Right Side Cover............................................................................... P.9 2-6. Removing the Left Cover ....................................................................................... P.10

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3.

Replacing Electrical Parts.......................................................................................... P.11 3-1. Replacing the Power Supply Assembly.................................................................. P.11 3-2. Replacing the Switch Board ................................................................................... P.12 3-3. Replacing the Brightness Control Dial (#1109)....................................................... P.12 3-4. Replacing the Power Switch................................................................................... P.13

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Replacing Parts and the Mechanical Unit................................................................. P.14 4-1. Replacing the Single-Axis Fine/Coarse Focus Drive.............................................. P.14 4-2. Replacing the Elevation Block................................................................................ P.14 Disassembling/Reassembling the Gear Train.......................................................... P.15 Disassembling/Reassembling the Single-Axis Fie/Coarse Focus Drive ............... P.17 Disassembling/Reassembling the Elevation Block ................................................. P.24

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Adjusting the Stage Tilt.............................................................................................. P.28

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Foreword
1. This manual is intended for ECLIPSE Ni-U. 2. Take extra care to avoid injury from sharp edges or projections and electric shock by touching live components. (Unplug the power cable and wear work-gloves before starting work.)

Notes for Repair


Use an appropriate screwdriver for the screw head slot. (Especially take care of the (+) slot head screw.) The plastic parts must be cleaned with a neutral solvent. If an organic solvent (ether, thinner, alcohol, etc.) is used, discoloring or deterioration of the part might occur. When cleaning the glass parts, take care to remove dust using a blower etc. and wipe the parts with a lens tissue moistened with alcohol or alcohol-ether mixture.

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1. Tools
1-1. Tools for General Use and Preparations

Tool No.
J21084 T91400 T91000 T91204 T91102 T91305

Name
Hex-key set (+) Screwdriver set (-) Screwdriver set (+) Wood handle screwdriver (-) Wood handle screwdriver (+) Screwdriver bit (For JCIS screw M2, M2.6) (+) Screwdriver bit holder

Shape
Set (x6) Set (x4) Set (x6) Diameter 6 mm Width 5.5 mm
2.5mm 115mm

T91320

90mm 8mm

T92041 T92162 T92163

Tweezers AA Compass spanner A Compass spanner B

E719

Handlap (Alcohol container)

Alcohol (or alcohol-ether mixture), Lens tissue, Blower, Gasoline (for cleaning), Bamboo stick (for applying lubricant, adhesive), Dial gauge, Scraper For Lubricant and Adhesive: Refer to Parts Lists (KR-8231=MBA92010).

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1-2. Tools for Special Purposes Tool No.


J28005

Name
1-minute reading collimator

Shape

J25552

Parallel mirror

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2. Removing the Cover


When reassembling the cover, reverse the disassembling procedure.

2-1. Removing the Rear Cover


1) Remove the rear cover (#0054) by extracting the screws (#0096 x 6).

Rear cover

Screws (#0096x6)

Fig 1

2-2. Removing the Right and Left Front Covers


1) Remove the right front cover (#0052) by extracting the sems bolts (#0092 x 3). 2) Remove the left front cover (#0053) by extracting the sems bolts (#0092 x 3).

Right front cover

Left front cover

Sems bolts (#0092x6)

Fig 2

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2-3. Removing the Elevation Block


1) Remove the elevation block cover (#0055) by extracting the sems bolts (#0083 x 2).
Elevation block cover

Sems bolts (#0083x2)

Fig 3

2-4. Removing the Base Front Cover


1) Turn the microscope upside down, and then remove the bottom plate (#0211) by extracting the screws (#0272 x 8).

Bottom plate

Screws (#0272x8)

Fig 4

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2) Remove the base front cover (#A019) by extracting the cross-recessed head tapping tight screws (#0091x6). Use care not to damage the power LED unit (the flexible board) which is part of the switch board (#1107) and attached to the base front cover. 3) Extract the cross-recessed head tapping tight screw (#0090) fastening the power LED unit.
Base front cover

Switch board Tapping tight screws (#0091x6)

Fig 5

Tapping tight screw (#0090)

Fig 6

2-5. Removing the Right Side Cover


1) Extract the sems screws (#0081x4), and then remove the single-axis fine/coarse focus drive by supporting the elevation block (#U002) by hand. Without supporting the elevation block, it may drop, causing damage to the rack (#0407) or spur gear (#0414).

0408 X 0417 0414 0417 0413 0417 0412 0418 0418 0410 0418 0411 0418 0409(X) 0418 0417

Single-axis fine/coarse focus drive

Elevation block

0407

0418

Fig 8
04525

Sems screws (#0081x4)

Fig 7

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2) Remove the right side cover (#0246) by extracting the sems bolts (#0262x3). Do this by peeling off the double-faced tape bonding together the bottom of the right side cover and the main body, for example using a razor. Also, use care not to damage the capture switch unit (the flexible board) which is part of the switch board (#1107) and attached to the right side cover. 3) Extract the cross-recessed head tapping tight screws (#0271x2) fastening the capture switch unit.
Right side cover Switch board

Sems bolts (#0262x3)

Fig 9

Tapping tight screws (#0271x2)

Fig 10

2-6.

Removing the Left Cover

1) Remove the brightness control dial (#0212) by loosening the setscrew (#0270). 2) Remove the left side cover (#0245) by extracting the sems bolts (#0262x3). Do this by peeling off the double-faced tape bonding together the bottom of the left side cover and the main body, for example using a razor. Also, use care not to damage the on/off switch unit (the flexible board) which is part of the switch board (#1107) and attached to the left side cover. 3) Extract the cross-recessed head tapping tight screws (#0271x2) fastening the on/off switch unit.
Left side cover Setscrew (#0270) Brightness control dial Switch board

Sems bolts (#0262x3)

Fig 11
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Tapping tight screws (#0271x2)

Fig 12

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3. Replacing Electrical Parts


For reassembling, reverse the disassembling procedure.

3-1. Replacing the Power Supply Assembly


1) Before starting this procedure, make sure that the procedure down to 2-1.1) has been finished. 2) Remove connector J1, J3, J6, and J7, and then remove the red and white crimp terminals from terminal boards J4 and J5. 3) Extract the sems bolts (#0082 x 4).

J4, J5

J3, J6, J7

J1 Power supply assembly

Fig 13

Sems bolts (#0082x4)

Fig 14

4) Remove the power supply assembly (#1101) by extracting the screws (#0087 x 4).

Screws (#0087x4)

Fig 15

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3-2. Replacing the Switch Board


1) Before starting this procedure, make sure that the procedure down to 2-6.3) has been finished. 2) Remove the switch board (#1107) by extracting the cross-recessed head screws with washer (#0267 x 3). 3) Remove connectors J1, J2, and J3 from the switch board.

J1

J2

Switch board Washer (#0267x3)

J3 Switch board

Fig 16

Fig 17

3-3. Replacing the Brightness Control Dial (#1109)


1) Before starting this procedure, make sure that the procedure down to 3-2.3) has been finished. 2) Remove the brightness control dial (#1109) by removing its nut and washer.

Nut

Washer

Brightness control dial

Fig 18

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3-4. Replacing the Power Switch


1) Before starting this procedure, make sure that the procedure down to 2-2.1) has been finished. 2) Remove the power switch (#1112) and switch mount (#0224) by extracting the sems bolt (#0262).

Power switch

Sems bolt (#262)

Fig 19

3) Pull the crimp terminals (white x 2, black x 2) from the power switch. 4) Press the white side lugs of the power switch using a screwdriver or the like and remove the power switch (#1112) from the switch mount (#0224).

Fig 20

Switch mount

Fig 21

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4. Replacing Parts and the Mechanical Unit


4-1. Replacing the Single-Axis Fine/Coarse Focus Drive
1) Before starting this procedure, make sure that the procedure down to 2-4.2) has been finished. <Reassembling> After removing the single-axis fine/coarse focus drive, install a new knob by pressing it on the reference planes and fastening with sems bolts (#0081 x 4).

Press on the reference planes

Fig 22

4-2. Replacing the Elevation Block


1) Before starting this procedure, make sure that the procedure down to 2-4.2) has been finished. 2) Remove the elevation block (#U002) by extracting the sems bolts (#0088 x 6).

Sems bolts (#0088x2)

Fig 23

Sems bolts (#0088x4)

Fig 24

<Reassembling> Install the elevation block by pressing it down to the left. Stage tilt adjustment is required. (See Section 7, "Adjusting the Stage Tilt.")
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5. Disassembling/Reassembling the Gear Train


1) Before starting this procedure, make sure that the procedure down to 2-4.3) has been finished. 2) Access the sems bolts (#264 x 2) fastening the field stop unit. Extract the left sems bolt and slightly loosen the right sems bolt to the condition as shown in Fig. 26. 3) Extract the hexagon bolts (#0084 x 3) and remove the gear train unit.
Gear train unit

Sems bolts (#264x2)

Fig 25

Hexagon bolts (#0084x3)

Fig26

4) Extract the sems bolts (#0452x5) and remove the bearing plate (#0409). You are now ready to remove the gears and bearings.

Fig 27

Replace any gears broken, or any bearings that are stiff or uneven in motion.

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<Reassembling> Insert 3.00 pins into the positioning holes of the bearing plate (#0409). Secure the bearing plate using sems bolts (#0452 x 5), and then extract the 3.00 pins.

3.00 pins

Fig 28

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6. Disassembling/Reassembling the Single-Axis Fie/Coarse Focus Drive


Some screws and bolts are locked using adhesive. Loosen these screws/bolts after dissolving the adhesive using alcohol. For reassembling, reverse the disassembling procedure. Thus, this section only describes main points for reassembling. 1) Before starting this procedure, make sure that the procedure down to 2-5.1) has been finished. 2) Remove the thin fine focus knob (#A003) and the fine focus knob (#A004). The fine focus knobs consist of a thin type and normal type as standard features. These two can be changed with each other in a single operation using the magnet.
Coarse focus knob torque adjustment side Refocus side Refocus ring

Torque adjustment ring Fine focus knob

Fig 29

Thin fine focus knob

Fig 30

3) Remove the coarse focus knob (#0301) on the refocus side by extracting the sems bolts (#0354 x 3).
Coarse focus knob

Sems bolts(#0354x3)

Fig 31
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4) Remove the assembly of a fine focus mounting ring (#0324) and a knob holder (#0311) by extracting the setscrews (#0352 x 2). Also remove the polyacetal washers (#0306 x 2) and disc spring (#0307).
Polyacetal washers (#0306x2), disc spring (#0307) Knob holder

Setscrews (#0352x2)

Fig 32

5) Remove the assembly of a transmission holder (#0325) and a fine motion axis (#0212) from the coarse focus knob torque adjustment side of the single-axis fine/coarse focus drive.

Transmission holder, fine motion axis

Fig 33

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6) Remove the setscrews (#353 x 2) from the tool holes in the single-axis frame (#323). When loosening the two setscrews, rotate the coarse focus knob and find the locations of the setscrews.

Setscrews (#353x2)

Fig 34

7) Hold the spring peg (#334) firmly and rotate the coarse focus knob on the other end counterclockwise, until the spring peg is removed. When the spring peg is removed, the torsion coil spring (#335) comes off.
Coarse focus knob Spring peg Spring peg

Fig 35

Torsion coil spring

Fig 36

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<Reassembling> Tighten the refocus ring clockwise to secure the stopper ring. Apply the hook of the torsion coil spring to the pin of the spring peg. Apply the other hook of the torsion coil spring to the stopper link pin on the stopper ring. Rotate the spring peg counterclockwise approx. 1.5 turns. During this rotation, the lug of the spring peg comes in contact with the stopper link pin on the stopper ring. Lift the spring peg slightly to allow the lug to pass by the stopper link pin. Press the spring peg into the pinion housing, and then rotate the coarse focus knob on the other end clockwise so that the pinion housing is screwed tightly into the spring peg.

Refocus ring

Torsion coil spring

Pin of the spring peg

Stopper link pin on the stopper ring

Fig 37

<Checking the refocus mechanism> 1) 2) 3) Tighten the refocus ring by rotating it clockwise. Rotate the coarse focus knob until the elevation block reaches the limit. Loosen the refocus ring (by rotating it counterclockwise) and confirm that the sound of the spring peg pin and the stopper link ring pin hitting each other is heard from within the refocus mechanism.

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8) Remove the button bolt (#0351), and then remove the torque adjustment ring (#0328) by rotating it counterclockwise. 9) Remove the wave washer (#332), stopper ring (#331), wave washer (#332), washer (#330), and wave washer (#332) from the pinion housing.

Refocus ring

Button bolt (#0351)

Fig 38

Fig 39

<Reassembling> Assemble the torque adjustment ring by rotating it clockwise until it reaches the limit. Install the button bolt in one of the three bolt holes. This hole should be located at a position between 3:30 and 5:30 as viewed with reference to the mounting surface (shown with the white dashed line) of the single-axis fine/coarse focus drive. By design, this poison corresponds to the maximum travel of the refocus knob. In Fig. 38, the red line indicates a position of approx. 4:00.

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10) Pull the coarse focus knob (#301) from the single-axis fine/coarse focus drive. When removed, the coarse focus knob has the gear case (#317) and coarse focus axis (#310) attached to it. 11) Remove the torque adjustment friction plate (#318), wave washer (#315), and torque adjustment ring (#0326). Remove the ball bearings (#338 x 2) and pinion shaft (#309) from the single-axis frame (#0323).

Torque adjustment ring

Single-axis frame Coarse focus knob

Fig 40

Fig 41

<Reassembling> The torque adjustment friction plate (#318) has two projections on the inner surface as shown in Fig. 42. The rounded projection (not the flat one) must be faced toward the torque adjustment ring (#0326) when the plate is assembled.

Fig 42

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12) Remove the gear mounting disc (#0308) by extracting the hexagon bolts (#355 x 2). 13) Remove the compound spur gear (#0321), compound spur gear (#0322), and spur gear (#0319).
Compound spur gear (#0321) Gear mounting disc Spur gear

(#0319)

Hexagon bolts (#355x2)

Fig 43

Compound spur gear (#0322)

Fig 44

14) Remove the coarse focus knob (#0301) by extracting the sems bolts (#0354 x 3). 15) If the coarse focus axis (#310) needs to be replaced, secure it (using a vice, for example) and unscrew the gear case (#0317) counterclockwise.

Coarse focus knob

Coarse focus axis

Sems bolts (#0354x3)

Fig 45

Gear case

Fig 46

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7. Disassembling/Reassembling the Elevation Block


For reassembling, reverse the disassembling procedure. Thus, this section only describes main points for reassembling. 1) Before starting this procedure, make sure that the procedure down to 2-3.1) has been finished. 2) Remove the rack (#0407) from the movable block (#402) by extracting the sems bolts (#0455 x 3).

Movable block

Rack

Sems bolts (#0455x3)

Fig 47

<Reassembling> Install the rack by pressing its reference plane (shown with blue dashed line) onto the reference plane (show with red dashed line) of the movable block (#402).

Fig 48
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Fig 49

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3) Remove the light shielding plate (#419) by extracting the sems bolts (#0451 x 2).
Light shielding plate

Sems bolts (#0451x2)

Fig 50

4) Remove the reference block (#0415) by loosening the setscrews (#0469x2) and extracting the hexagon bolts (#468x2). <Reassembling> Press the reference block onto the reference plane of the movable block (#0402) and secure with the hexagon bolts (#468 x 2). Tighten the setscrews (#0469x2) using a moderate torque since they are intended for locking.

Setscrews (#0469x2)

Reference block

Hexagon bolts (#468x2)

Fig 51

Fig 52

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5) Remove the stroke limiting sems bolt (#0455) from the main body of the elevation block (#401).

Sems bolts (#0455)

Fig 53

6) Loosen the setscrews (#0465x3) in the main body of the elevation block (#401). Remove the sems bolts (#0456 x 3) and washers (#0457 x 3) from the main body of the elevation block.

Washers (#0457x3)

Setscrews (#0465x3)

Fig 54

Sems bolts (#0456x3)

Fig 55

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7) Remove the movable block (#0402), roller race (#0403), retainer (#405), and cylindrical rollers (#0406). To prevent the cylindrical rollers from coming apart, we recommend holding the movable block and roller race and turning them toward you, as shown in Fig. 57.
Main body of elevation block

Movable block

Roller race (#403)

Fig 56

Fig 57

<Reassembling> When installing the cylindrical rollers in the roller race, place the cylindrical rollers in alternate directions as shown in Fig. 58. Move the roller race using the setscrews (#0465x3) to adjust to ensure that the movable block (#0402) moves smoothly without stiffness and unevenness. Push the movable block (#0402) using a spring balance and adjust so that the starting resistance is between 120 and 170 grams when the movable block begins to move. When the sems bolts (#0456 x 3) fastening the roller race are tightened, the smooth motion of the roller race may be lost. Therefore, repeat the above adjustment.

Cylindrical rollers

Retainer

Fig 58

Spring balance

Fig 59

8) For instructions on installing the elevation block, see section 4-2, "Replacing the Elevation Block,"
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8. Adjusting the Stage Tilt


The following procedure uses the NI-SS sub-stage and NI-SAM standard arm. To install the sub-stage, place its square groove on the reference guide bar of the elevation block in the ECLIPSE main body. Shift the sub-stage to the left into contact with the reference plane of the elevation block, and then secure with the three retaining screws with an anti-fallout feature. 1) Place a 1-minute reading collimator (J28005) on the eyepiece tube mount. 2) Place a 90 parallel mirror (J25552) on the sub-stage.
1-minute reading collimator

Parallel mirror

Fig 60

3) Set the collimator so that its X-direction scale is parallel with the X-axis moving direction of the stage.
X-axis direction stage moving

X-direction

Fig 61

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4) Measure the displacement of the scale image center (0') relative to the collimator center (0). Check that the displacement is within specification. Specification: Within 1 minute each in X and Y directions
Y-direction Scale image center (0')

X-direction

Collimator center (0)

Fig 62

If the displacement is out of specification, adjust it by following steps 5) and later. Always start the adjustment in the Y direction. If the Y-direction displacement is out of specification: 5) Identify which direction the scale image is displaced. 6) Remove the 1-minute reading collimator, parallel mirror, and sub-stage. 7) Remove the elevation block from the microscope (see Section 3-2, "Replacing the Elevation Block"). 8) If the displacement is in direction (a): Paste brass foils or the like on the parts of the elevation block shown in the figure below, using adhesive (#350). If the displacement is in direction (b): Paste brass foils or the like on the parts of the elevation block shown in the figure below, using adhesive (#350).
If the displacement is in direction (a)

Displacement in direction (a)

Displacement in direction (b)

Fig 63

If the displacement is in direction (b)

Fig 64

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9) Install the elevation block, and then attach the stage, parallel mirror, and collimator. 10) Check that the Y-direction displacement of the scale image is within specification. If the displacement is out of specification, readjust it through steps 5) to 9). After the displacement is adjusted within specification, check that the X-direction displacement is within specification. If the X-direction displacement is out of specification: 11) Loosen the sems bolts (#0088x6) that fasten the elevator block on the microscope. 12) Tilt the elevation block in the arrowed directions (Fig. 66) to reduce the X-direction displacement within specification.

Sems bolts (#0088x2)

Fig 65

13) Tighten the sems bolts (#0088 x 6). 14) Check that the X-direction displacement is within specification. If the displacement is out of specification, readjust it through steps 11) to 13).

Sems bolts (#0088x4)

Fig 66

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