Digital Microscope - Sliding Trinocular Head Inclined At 45Degree Angle - Achromatic
Digital Microscope - Sliding Trinocular Head Inclined At 45 Degree Angle - Achromatic
The digital microscope has a sliding free trinocular head that is inclined at a 45 degree angle. The microscope has a wide field 10X magnification eyepiece with an 18-millimeter focal length; a quadruple nose piece with 4X, 10X, 40X and 100X objective lenses; a double layer mechanical stage; a 20 watt halogen lamp; and an Abbe condenser with a numerical aperture of 1.25.
The digital microscope uses achromatic lenses that are designed to limit the effects of chromatic and spherical aberration for the viewer. The trinocular head includes a third eyetube for connecting a digital microscope camera. The home microscope's double layer mechanical stage allows the user to make subtle adjustments by turning two knobs that shift the slide on the x and y axis. The halogen lamp illuminates the slide via a light beam that is focused through the Abbe condenser.
The home microscope is used to examine slides for clinical, educational, pharmaceutical and research purposes. The digital camera can be connected to a video monitor and/or a recording device.
|Viewing Head:||Sliding Trinocular Head Inclined At 45|
|Nosepiece:||Ball Bearing Quadruple Nosepiece|
|Objective:||Achromatic 4X, 10X, 40X (Spring) 100X (Spring, Oil)|
|Stage:||Double Layer Mechanical Stage 135 x 140mm|
|Condenser:||Abbe NA1.25 Condenser With Iris Diaphragm & Filter, Rack & Pinion Adjustable|
|Illumination:||Build-in Illumination, Halogen Lamp 6V/20W, Power Supply 90-230V|