Optical microscope OBL 137
laboratorytrinocularinfinity corrected

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Characteristics

Type
optical
Applications
laboratory
Microscope head
trinocular
Quality of the objectives
infinity corrected
Observation technique
fluorescence, phase contrast, dark field, polarizing
Light source
LED
Configuration
benchtop
Magnification

10 unit

Weight

7 kg
(15.4 lb)

Length

394 mm
(15.5 in)

Width

185 mm
(7.3 in)

Height

377 mm
(14.8 in)

Description

The OBL series stands out through its infinity optical unit and is therefore ideally suited for all demanding transmitted illumination applications. The robust and ergonomic stand base guarantees safe and comfortable working Strong and continuously dimmable 3W-LED illumination The fixed, pre-centred and focusable 1,25 Abbe condenser with aperture diaphragm and field diaphragm gives you a simplified Koehler illumination, without having to move the centre. The large mechanical stage and its specimen holder holds up to two samples at the same time and is quick and easy to focus using a coaxial coarse and fine focusing knob on both sides A large selection of eyepieces, objectives and colour filters as well as a darkfield condenser, a simple polarising unit, different phase contrast kits through to HBO and LED fluorescence units are available to you as accessories A protective dust cover, eye cups, as well as multi-lingual user instructions are included in the scope of delivery. A C-mount adapter is required to connect a camera Scope of application: haematology, Urology, gynaecology, dermatology, pathology, microbiology and parasitology, immunology, oncology, entomology, Veterinary, water analysis, breweries Applications/Samples: Translucent, thin, low-contrast, challenging samples (e.g. living mammal cells, bacteria, tissue)
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