Optical stereo microscope OZL 467
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optical stereo microscope
optical stereo microscope
optical stereo microscope
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laboratory, for teaching
Microscope head
Light source
Options and accessories

10 unit


4.6 kg
(10.1 lb)


300 mm
(11.8 in)


240 mm
(9.4 in)


420 mm
(16.5 in)


The products in the KERN OZL-46 series are stereo zoom microscopes, which will impress you with their easy handling, flexibility as well as their stability and economical price. The LED incident and transmitted illumination included as standard guarantees the very best illumination of your sample As well as excellent optical characteristics and their large working surface, this model offer the highest level of comfort in this class – ideal for training companies, workshops as well as assembly and repair workstations, e.g. in the electronics industry. As standard this microscope offers you continuous total magnification of 7 x-45 x The pillar stand offers you the highest level of flexibility and the freedom to remove the microscope head and to integrate it into other modular systems, for example into a universal stand With its integrated handle as well as its stable mechanical stand, the KERN {OZL 467 has been specially developed for schools and workshops. A large selection of eyepieces, external illumination units as well as auxiliary objectives are available as accessories A protective dust cover, eye cups, as well as multi-lingual user instructions are included in the scope of delivery. Scope of application: in vitro fertilisation, detection of parasites, zoology and botany, tissue preparation, section, quality control Applications/Samples: Samples with focus on three-dimesnional impression, zoom with variable magnification (depth, thickness), e.g. insects, seeds, circuit boards, components
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