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Magtex Materials and Biological Microscope

Product Code : 2763.0000M Brand: CETI

The Magtex Materials and Biological Microscope is based on the standard Magnum microscope in trinocular configuration using both transmitted and reflected illumination. This enables the examination of both translucent and opaque materials. It is ideal for biological, geological, and engineering applications.

Supplied with one spare bulb, one spare fuse, one stage clamp, dust cover, and instruction manual.

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Specifications

Optical Head: Trinocular, including vertical photo/video port (Ø 30mm) on sliding prism

Interpupillary Distance Adjustment (Siedentopf type): 53 to 75mm

Eyepieces: 10x/18mm wide-field and dioptric compensation on one eyepiece tube

Nosepiece: Quintuple reserved and revolving with click stop

Objectives: 5x, 10x, 20x, 50x Planachromatic (CCS Optics)

Condenser: Precondenser with field diaphragm, Brightfield Abbe - NA 1.25, iris diaphragm and filter holder, centrable through a centring device, and focusable with rack and pinion height adjustment system

Stage: Size 210 x 140mm with built-in mechanical stage and slide clip, transversal and longitudinal adjustment by fingertip control, 70mm transversal movement, 50mm longitudinal movement, and nonius reading up to 0.1mm

Focusing: Coaxial coarse and fine, pre-focusing mechanism (on left knob), and tension adjustment ring (on right knob)

Illumination: Halogen variable, external housing with condensing lens and field diaphragm, iris diaphragm (centrable), filters: yellow, blue, green (Ø 32mm), incident light: 6V/20W halogen lamp, and reflected Halogen 6W/20W/G4

Polarisation: Includes simple polariser and analyser

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

Packing: Two Styrofoam shelves in a cardboard box

Packing Dimensions (w x d x h): 68 x 50 x 50cm

Gross Weight (kg): 15

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