Laboratory microscope OBS series

laboratory microscope
laboratory microscope
laboratory microscope
laboratory microscope
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Transmitted light microscope OBS-1 The school microscope - For the first steps in microscopy and for use in biology lessons The KERN OBS-1 range is a solid and simple school microscope range, which is easy to use due to its intuitive control elements The infinitely dimmable 0.5W LED guarantees optimum illumination of the samples and also ensures long service life. Mobile use is also no problem through the use of rechargeable batteries The simple 0.65 condenser lens with rotating aperture diaphragm disc on the OBS 101 ensures the very best concentration of light and illumination of the sample. The OBS 104 and OBS 106 models have a 1.25 Abbe condenser which is height-adjustable and can therefore be focussed and has an aperture diaphragm, which ensures the very best concentration of light To focus the object, all models have a coarse and fine focusing knob on both sides. The mechanical angle table enables you to work with the samples and move them rapidly (only for KERN OBS 106) A large selection of different eyepieces and objectives is also available Also available in a set of 10 Scope of application Primary school, secondary school, training, hobby use Applications/Samples Translucent, thin, high-contrast, less complex samples (e.g. plant tissue, coloured cells/parasites) Technical data Finite optical system (DIN) 3-fold lens revolving unit: Model KERN OBS 101 4-fold lens revolving unit: Model KERN OBS 104, OBS 106 Tube 45° (OBS 101) or 30° (OBS 104, OBS 106) eyepiece tube, angled/360° revolving Dioptre compensation (both sides) (for binocular models) Overall dimensions W×D×H 130×300×310 mm Net weight approx. 3,138 kg
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