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Research Microscope Co-Axial

Research Microscope Co-Axial

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This is the latest and most advanced Microscope for analytical and research work in Colleges, Laboratories, Hospital and Research Institution. Microscopes are equipped with Co-axial focussing system and halogen illumination for bright and sharp image.

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This is the latest and most advanced Microscope for analytical and research work in Colleges, Laboratories, Hospital and Research Institution. Microscopes are equipped with Co-axial focussing system and halogen illumination for bright and sharp image.Robust construction with focussing knobs on both sides, this microscope is based on a 4-stage gear reduction system travelling on Ball-guides, the CO-AXIAL FOCUSING SYSTEM provides the highest degree of working convenience. Large base with built-in hand rest contours provides stability to the instrument, having built-in base. 6V-20W Halogen bulb operates on 220 volts or 100volts. Light source is provided with on/off switch and the light intensity regulator.

Nosepiece : Quadruple nosepiece with accurate centering and positive click stops.
Stage – Built in graduated mechanical stage of 135x140mm for easy and smooth scan of specimen slide over range of 50x70mm
Illumination – 6V-20W halogen lamp, 220/110Volts. Mirror attachment for working in day light
Objectives – Achromatic DIN Size 4X – 10X- 40X SL and 100X SL Oil immersion
Eyepieces – DIN Size Wide field WF 10X and H5X or H6X or H15X (any two pairs)
Packing – The Microscopes are packed in full mould Styrofoam Boxes with Vinyl Cover, Duster, Cleaning Brush, Filter, Immersion Oil and Operating Manual.”

Item Code Type
MC613 Trinocular Research Microscope (no change in image) RXL-4T Observation Head – 45°inclined Trinocular head rotatable through 360°.
MC613a Monocular Research Microscope (new Image) RXL-4 Observation Head – 45° inclined Monocular head rotatable through 360°.
MC613b Binocular Research Microscope (new Image) RXL-4B Observation Head – 45° inclined Binocular head rotatable through 360°.