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T-1953B Digital Comprehensive Microscope
 
The Digital Comprehensive Microscope is a very professional binocular instrument, which will produce both Digital and Video (Analog) images for instant display of a specimen to a computer screen, video monitor or audio/visual projector. These same high resolution images can be incorporated into papers, reports, or tests. The unit is both PC and Macintosh compatible, and comes with Applied Vision Software™ (PC), which allows the capture of single images, time lapse sequences or movies, or digital movies for recording motile organisms or time dependent phenomena such as growth or form change. This unit is suitable for ages 12 and up, including university level courses. This microscope has a modern, modular design on a very stable base.
FEATURES
  • Two 10x WF Eyepieces: 19mm wide eyepieces, one with diopter
  • Sliding Head (30° mount): Adjust for any intraocular distance
  • Abbé Condenser: Includes iris diaphragm
  • Stage: Mechanical X - Y; substage knobs
  • Achromat Objectives: 4x, 10x, 40xR, 100xR DIN
  • Dimmer (Rheostat) Switch: Easy adjustment of transmitted light
  • Reverse Nosepiece: Ease of slide insertion and manipulation
  • Coaxial Focusing Knob: Separate coarse and fine adjusting
  • Ken-A-Vision Cool Lighting: Patented LED bright white light, long bulb life
  • CCD Camera: Built-in
  • Resolution: 737 X 575 pixels
  • Base-High Density Plastic: Prevents chipping
SPECIFICATIONS
Weight 9.42lbs / 4.27kg
Size 8” x 6.5” x 15”
20.3cm x 16.5cm x 38.1cm
Head Type Binocular Slide with built-in USB camera
Eyepiece 10x Widefield with Pointer
Objective Lens 4x, 10x, 40xR, 100xR DIN
100xR - Oil Immersion
Focus Separate Coaxial Coarse and Fine
Mechanical Stage Coaxial Low Position
Mechanical X - Y
Light Source Ken-A-Vision® Cool Lighting
Variable Light Control Yes - Rheostat
Light Control Abbé NA 1.25 Condenser
Connection USB 2.0
Resolution 737 X 575
Frame Rate Up to 30 Frames Per Second
Software Applied Vision Software
MSRP $1395
Warranty Ten Years on Microscope
One Year on Camera