Environmental temperature and pressure
|Dino-Lite Part||°F Rating||°C Rating|
|Internal electronic components||14°F ~ 131°F||-10°C ~ 55°C|
|External Housing||14°F ~ 158°/ 176°F||-10°C ~ 70°C / 80°C|
|Microscope USB Cable||-4°F ~ 176°F||-20°C ~ 80°C|
|AM nozzle||14°F ~ 266°F||-10°C ~ 130°C|
|AD nozzles||14°F ~ 158°F||-10°C ~ 70°C|
|WF-10||Use: 32°F ~ 104°F||Storage: -4°F ~ 140°F||Use: 0°C ~ 40°C||Storage: -20° C ~ 60° C|
Note: Due to the internal adhesive, using the device in an environment over 70°C is NOT recommended. In higher temperature applications it’s recommended to use a metal exterior unit.
Dino-Lite models with a 3rd digit "1" or 2nd letter "A" in the model number (I.e. AD3713TB, AD4113T, AM4113ZT, AM413ZTAS, etc.) are designed with a special housing that makes them better suited for high pressure environments. The MSAH302 Protective Enclosure (sold separately) can also help protect the Dino-Lite in high pressure environments. Dino-Lite digital microscopes can operate in pressures up to 125 psi if the pressure is gradually increased. The pressure should not be rapidly increased.
Dino-Lite are not recommended for use in a vacuum environment as there are potential issues with lubrication of the magnification dial.