Euromex EduBlue Binocular Stereo Microscope
€ 510,00 excl. tax
Only comes without power supply (to be ordered separately online). Euromex EduBlue Binocular Stereo Microscope Digital The Euromex EduBlue Bino Digital is a stereo microscope that can be used very well for educational purposes. This binocular stereo microscope is equipped with two WF 10x/20 wide-angle eyepieces with eyecups. One of the two eyepiece tubes has a diopter adjustment. The interpupillary distance between the two eyepieces is adjustable, from 55 millimeters to 75 millimeters. The tubes are set up at an angle of 45 degrees. This Euromex microscope is equipped with a 3 Megapixel USB 2.0 camera. This allows you to record your microscope observations. ImageFocus 4 analysis software is included with the Euromex EduBlue Bino digital. ED.1805-S Magnification objectives: 1x, 2x and 4x, mounted in rotating turret Total magnification microscope: 10x, 20x and 40x Width of field of view: 20 millimeters at 10x magnification, 10 millimeters at 20x magnification, 5 millimeters at 40x magnification Ergonomic tripod The EduBlue Bino Digital has a sturdy tripod, which is equipped with an ergonomic grip for hand support at the top. This tripod can be adjusted vertically. Focusing is easy, because of the large buttons on the side. The object plate is equipped with two clamps, for fixing the studied object. The Euromex EduBlie Bino Digital comes with a five-year warranty. A handy dust cover and manual are included. LED lighting with batteries This microscope is equipped with energy-efficient transmitted and striking LED lighting. One LED lamp shines from above the object (conspicuous), the other from below (transparent). These lights can be switched on at the same time, but you can also control them separately. Delivery includes a mains adapter for 230 Volt mains voltage. But delivery also includes three rechargeable 1800 mA NiMh AA batteries and a battery charger. The LED lighting can be used continuously for up to 35 hours. Stereomicroscope: microscopy with a lot of depth A stereomicroscope differs from a biological microscope, among other things, by the way the light falls. In a stereo microscope, the light is usually shined on the object (in this microscope both on and under the object), while in a biological microscope the light shines through the object. A stereomicroscope should not be confused with a biological microscope that has two tubes (which you can see through with two eyes). A stereomicroscope always uses two eyepieces, but unlike a binocular biological microscope, a stereomicroscope has two separate optical light paths (with, of course, two objectives and two eyepieces). These ensure that the image in the left eyepiece differs slightly from the image in the right eyepiece. This results in a three-dimensional image of the object being viewed.
Used, in good condition