Fluorescence Biological Microscope - Inclined At 45 Degree Angle- Interpupillary Distance 55-75mm
Fluorescence Biological Microscope - Inclined At 45 Degree Angle - Interpupillary Distance 55-75mm
The fluorescence biological trinocular microscope is inclined at a 45 degree angle. The microscope has a wide field 10X magnification eyepiece with an 18-millimeter focal length and a 16X magnification eyepiece; a backward quadruple nose piece with 10X, 20X, 40X and 100X objective lenses; a double layer mechanical stage; a 100 watt spherical mercury lamp and a 20 watt halogen lamp; and an Abbe condenser with a numerical aperture of 1.25. The distance between the two main eyepieces can be adjusted between 55 mm and 75 mm.
The fluorescence biological microscope uses a 100 watt ultra high voltage spherical mercury lamp to stimulate fluorescent substances in the sample. The unit's 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 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 home microscope is used to examine slides for clinical, educational, pharmaceutical and research purposes.
|Viewing Head:||Compensation Trinocular Head Inclined At 45, Interpupillary Distance 55-75mm|
|Nosepiece:||Backward Quadruple Nosepiece|
|Eyepiece:||Wide Field WF10X/18 Eyepiece, P16X eyepiece|
|Objective:||Achromatic Objective 10X, 20X, 40X (Spring), 100X (Spring, Oil)|
|Stage:||Double Layers Mechanical Stage 140 x 140mm, Moving Range 75 x 50mm|
|Condenser:||Abbe Condenser NA1.25 With Iris Diaphragm and Filters|
|Focus System:||Coaxial Coarse & Fine Adjustment, Fine Division 0.002mm, Moving Range|