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Trinocular Research Grade Biological Microscope MT51

Trinocular Research Grade Biological Microscope MT51

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Description Trinocular Research Grade Biological Microscope MT51

 

  1. Inclined Trinocular head for photo capability 30Deg rotates 360Deg (MT-51)
  2. Ergonomic Cord hanger for ease of storage
  3. Low positioned Ergonomic Coaxial Focus Control
  4. Abbe condenser, N.A. 1.25 with iris diaphragm and lever for height adjustability
  5. Field Iris Diaphragm
  6. Revolving Quadruple reverse nosepiece on ball bearings
  7. Achromatic Infinity Corrected Plan Achromat 4x, 10X, 40X, 100x oil objectives
  8. Objectives are parcentered, parfocalled and color coded for easy detection.
  9. Anti-Fungus treated optical parts for mold prevention
  10. Large graduated mechanical stage with low position controls
  11. A built in mechanical stage makes moving the slide smoothly and effortless
  12. Mechanical stage with lock safety stop to prevent slide glass breakage
  13. 3W LED variable intensity illumination generating even illumination and low electrical consumption

 

Specification of Binocular Research Grade Biological Microscope MT50

The MT-51 Series Compound Trinocular Biological Microscopes is our Advanced Higher Academic Biological Microscope. For the laboratory, medical school, veterinary clinic, physician’s office the economical MT-51 is the ideal microscope system. It’s mechanical durability holds up to the constant daily use and demands of a busy laboratory. This is the ideal combination of economy without compromising quality. The MT-51 uses a 3 watt LED with variable intensity control, rated for over 25,000 hours of use. A new optical standard of precision optics is found in this series of MT-51 advanced trinocular student microscopes. These proven, durable microscopes will withstand the constant student wear and tear a student microscope endures from day to day use. The rugged cast aluminum base is designed with stability in mind, but compact in design to fit most laboratory bench. The quadruple objective turret nosepiece is in reverse position to permit easier changing and positioning of specimen slides and to protect the objective lenses.