• Microscope, Monocular Biological, LED

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  • £155.85excluding VAT

    £187.02 including VAT

  • Monocular biological microscope with magnification of 400x which can be increased to 1600x with the help of the additional 16x eyepiece and 100x objective accessories (not included). Head with eyepiece tube inclined at 45° rotating through 360°. With WF10x/18 wide field eyepiece and triple nosepiece revolver rotating in both directions with click locking at the objectives positions. DIN 4x, 10x and 40x (telescopic) achromatic objectives.

    Macro and micrometric focusing knobs located on both sides of the stand. The micrometric focusing controls are graduated. Specimen table complete with slide clamps. N.A. 0.65 condenser, iris diaphragm and filter holder. Incorporated 3-LED (white) illuminator with 3 rechargeable batteries . The illuminator can be used for 24 hours continuously from one complete charge and can be used during the charging procedure if not totally discharged beforehand. External recharger included.

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Technical Specification

Head: Monocular, 45° inclined, 360° rotating.
Eyepiece: WF10x/18mm.
v Objectives: Achromatic 4x, 10x, 40x.
Magnifications: 40x, 100x, 400x.
Focusing system: Coarse and fine.
Stage: 120 x 110mm with sample clips.
Condenser: 0.65 N.A., with iris diaphragm.
Illumination: LED.

How to choose a Microscope

Compound Microscopes are used for:

  • Slide mounted specimens
  • Examining premounted slides
  • Providing high power magnification
  • Narrow field and short working distance

Stereo Microscopes are used for:

  • Unmounted specimens that are too thick for light
  • to pass through them.
  • Insects, Plants, Rocks, Fossils
  • Microdissection
  • Providing low power magnification
  • Wide field of view and a long working distance

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