Flow patterns and mixing phenomena are investigated qualitatively in a planar passive scaled-up micromixer using flow visualization over 5 Re 200. To promote molecular diffusion, the test section utilizes an uneven interdigital inlet which reduces the diffusion path and enhances mixing at the side walls. Five circular sector obstructions located along the channel length serve to divide and recombine the flow, as well as induce Dean vortex formation at high Reynolds numbers. Induced fluorescence is used to provide a quantitative estimate of mixing efficiency at certain Reynolds numbers. A decreasing-increasing trend in mixing efficiency is observed with increasing Reynolds numbers, marking the transition from mass diffusion dominance to mass advection dominance. The design operates well at higher Reynolds numbers, where the dominant mixing mechanism is mass advection.