SZM TRINOCULAR 50X
• Objectives range of zoom magnification: 0.7x-5x
• 10x Eyepieces field is extra wide and clear.
• The observation eyepieces tubes are inclined at 45 degree & Can be rotated 360 degree, The adjustment range of interpupillary distance: 53mm-75mm,.
• Diopter adjustment ring on ocular tube
• All lenses are imported & antifungal treated.
• Provision for camera port at top of the microscope.
6X-50X Trinocular Zoom Stereo Microscope Manufacturers & Suppliers. A new and improved model of zoom stereoscopic microscope which can magnify micro object continuously and accurately to show 3 dimensional images for observation studies in health, Medical, Forestry & Zoology department as well as for repair of tiny precision spare parts of electronic and Jewellery. Magnification ranges from 7x to 50x.
A latest three dimensional zoom stereoscopic microscope for observation studies in health, Medical, Forestry & Zoology department is provide with special high eye point wide field eye pieces 10x, Para focal zoom objectives of 0.75x to 5x providing Continuous variable depending upon the eye pieces and supplementary lens used, Having well designed pole stand, Having extension pillar, 360 degree revolving zoom Trinocular head and 6 volts 21 watts incident spot light illuminator with light control transformer and built in base illuminator 6v-20w halogen lamp, Packed in wooden box with lock and key.
Wide field Eyepieces 10X (Paired) FOV 22mm
Zoom 0.7X to 5x with magnification ratio of 6:1
- Lateral zoom control movement.
- Reflected and transmitted light system with 12V-10W halogen tungsten lamp. The system regulated with transformer has intensity control knob. On/off switch provides flexibility to use either both light or any of them.
- Clip for holding specimen.
- Base size is 260mm X 290mm.
7X – 50X
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