Labomed LX400P Trinocular Research Microscope

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-Stand                  Single mold sturdy stand with anti-rust materials. Extended base for better  stability                                                                                       

-Viewing Bodies   Siedentopf Trinocular head, 30degrees inclined, 360degrees rotatable, inter pupillary

                                   distance 48-75mm   

             -Eyepiece                            Focusable wide field eyepiece 10x/20mm with foldable eye guard, anti-fungal

-Nosepiece                        Reverse angle quadruple nosepiece (Ball bearing type) with click stops and rubber grip

               -Polarizing attachment         Bertrand lens, Lamda, Quarter Lamda, Quartz Wedge and polarizer with lock

-Objectives                        RP series infinity corrected DIN Plan Achromatic objectives 4x (W.D.30.0MM), 10x (W.D. 7.00MM), 40x (W.D. 0.65MM), 100x (W.D. 0.23MM) (spring loaded, oil), anti-fungal

-Stage                                Circular, rotatable to 360degrees, diameter 160mm vernier graduated scale and spring clips provided

-Condenser           Sub stage Abbe condenser NA 1.25 with aspheric lens. Iris diaphragm with blue day light filter. Rack and pinion movements on stainless steel guides

              -Focusing                        Coaxial coarse and fine focusing on ball drive system for smooth operation

-Illumination                     Halogen 6V30W illumination with variable illumination control. Up to 500 hours of Halogen lamp life

              -Electrical                         Universal input 100V-240V AC, 50/60Hz. built in voltage stabilizer

-Optional Accessories   Zernike Phase contrast kit with RP series Phase objectives 10x/20x/40x/100x, Dark field kit, Dual View attachment, Fluorescence attachment; Video adapter








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  • Model: 9152000
  • Shipping Weight: 30lbs
  • Manufactured by: Labomed

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 18 April, 2013.