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CETI Max II Monocular Compound Microscopes

Product Code : MIIMM-1 Brand: CETI
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CETI Max II Monocular Compound Microscope (4x, 10x, 40x, 60x Achromatic)
CETI Max II Monocular Compound Microscope (4x, 10x, 40x, 100x Achromatic)

Ideal for teaching laboratories, CETI's Max II Monocular Compound Microscopes are inclined at 45° and 360° (rotatable) and come with high-quality, colour-coded Achromatic objectives.

With their quadruple reversed nosepiece, these biological microscopes provide users with clear and steady access to the fully mechanical stage when alternating slides. The nosepiece also has deep X-Y movement and spring loaded slide clips.


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Specifications

Optical Head:

Monocular, inclined at 45° and 360° (rotatable)

Interpupillary Distance Adjustment (Sidentopf type): 55 to 75mm

Dioptric adjustment on one eyepiece

Eyepieces:

10x/18mm wide-field

Objectives:

1201.4000M: 4x, 10x, 40x, 100x Achromatic

1201.4060M: 4x, 10x, 40x, 60x Achromatic

Precondenser (removable - to accept mirror and access to light source)

Nosepiece:

Quadruple reversed, revolving with click stop

Stage:

Size 140 x 140mm with built-in mechanical stage and removable slice clip

75mm transversal movement

50mm longitudinal movement

Nonius reading up to 0.1mm

Condenser:

Bright-field Abbe - NA 1.25 - pre-centred

Iris diaphragm and filter holder

Focusing:

Coaxial course and fine

Focusable with rack and pinion height adjustment system

Illumination:

Variable light intensity

Halogen 6V/20W/G4 bulbs as standard

Mains Power:

220 - 240V/50 - 60 Hz (Euro connector)

On/off switch

Converter:

Built-in low voltage (6V - electric) with light intensity control

Packing:

Two Styrofoam shelves in cardboard box

Packing Dimensions (w x d x h):

38 x 28 x 51cm

Gross Weight (kg):

7

Supplied With:

Immersion oil, blue filter, dust cover, and instruction manual 

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