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TU-19022C / TU-19022C-230 Dual View Microscope with Mechanical Stage

Comprehensive Scope 2

The Comprehensive Scope 2 line is affordable, durable and student-friendly. Ideal for entry level to advanced science courses, it comes equipped with all of our Comprehensive Scope 2 line key features, including the exclusive built-in carrying handle and a secure storage compartment for the charger.  This microscope is enhanced with a mechanical stage, abbe condenser, and a 100xS objective lens. The unique dual viewing head of this microscope allows two people to simultaneously use a single microscope. Since the teacher sees exactly what the student sees, this product is ideal for assessing student understanding of the basic principles of microscopy. Alternatively, two students can use the microscope at the same time, effectively cutting the number of microscopes required per classroom in half. This microscope has a unique USB charging system that allows the user to charge the cordless microscope by traditional electrical outlet or by a USB port.

Also available with PLAN achromat objectives (TU-19022CP)

Features

  • USB Compliant Charging System 5V--1A DC operation included
  • Dual View Head
  • 100×S DIN Achromat oil immersion objective
  • Built-in, low-positioned mechanical stage
  • Ergonomic design places coaxial focus knobs in easy reach no matter which eyepiece you’re using
  • 40 hours of continuous cordless operation
  • Humidity and climate protection coating on optics
  • Aluminum single cast body

Specifications

HeadDual View, 2 - 45˚ incline, 360˚ rotatable, 2 eyepieces
Eyepiece10× DIN Widefield
NosepieceReverse 4-hole
Objectives4×, 10×, 40×S, 100×S DIN Achromat
LightingBright and cool LED white light
StageMechanical; coated 130× 120mm, coaxial lower position separate knobs for X and Y movement with rack & pinion; 1.25NA Abbé Condenser and Iris Diaphragm
Size L × W × H10” × 7” × 13" / 25.4cm × 18cm × 33cm
Weight10.4lbs / 4.7kgs
Warranty10 year limited

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