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Phase Contrast Binoculars Biological Compound Microscope


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A professional compound microscope that provides brightfield and phase contrast microscopy features.

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This microscope comes with a 45° inclined 360° swiveling sliding binocular head, 3-D mechanical stage, intensity-variable halogen illumination, coaxial coarse & fine focusing system, and a complete simple phase contrast kit. It offers eight magnification settings: 40X-64X-100X-160X-400X-640X-1000X-1600X. It is an idea microscope for teaching demonstration and biological examination. It is a right instrument for clinic offices or vets laboratories.


  • Phase Contrast: 10X, 40X, & 100X.
  • Phase Contrast Condenser: NA 1.25. Mounting Size: 37mm (in diameter).
  • Phase Contrast Objectives: Plan PH 10/0.25, PH 40/0.65, & PH OIL 100/1.25 (160/0.17).
  • Phase Contrast Lens: 23mm CT.
  • Nosepiece: quadruple
  • Mechanical Tube Length: 6-5/16" (160mm)
  • Head: binocular sliding head inclined at 45°
  • Wide-Field Eyepiece: WF10X & P16X
  • Interpupillary Distance: 2-3/16" - 3-0" (55 - 75mm)
  • Achromatic Objectives: 4X, 10X, 40X (spring), 100X (spring, oil)
  • Stage Dimensions: 5-1/2"x 5-1/2" (140x140mm)
  • Stage Traveling Range: 2-15/16"x 1-3/4" (75x45mm)
  • Focusing Range: 1-3/16" (30mm)
  • Division of Fine Focusing: 0.0000787" (0.002mm)
  • Abbe Condenser: NA=1.25 with rack and pinion focusing control
  • Illumination: 6V/20W halogen bulb.
  • Power Supply: 110V (220V version available), CE certified.
  • Accessories: 6V/20W spare halogen bulb, 2" plan-concave mirror, bottle of objective oil, and blue, green & yellow filters.
  • Microscope Dimensions: 12" x 9" x 16"
  • Weight: 32 lbs.
  • Package: 2.


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