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Advance Research Microscope  MP-10tr

Advance Research Trinocular Microscope

Incorporates CCIS Infinity Objectives along with scratch resistant, Ball bearing driven double layered Mechanical Stage.


Warranty Information 2 Years parts.

                                                1 year Electronics

StandSingle mold sturdy stand with anti rust materials. Extended base for better stability
Observation Head

Siedentopf Trinocular 30o inclined, 360 o rotatable. Interpupillary distance adjustable between 55-75mm. Diopter adjustment ring on ocular provides correction for eye acuity.

Wide Field Eyepieces 10x (PAIRED) FOV 22mm, antifungal

Reverse angle quintuple nosepiece revolves on ball bearing with positive indexing. Soft rubber knurled grip on nosepiece.

CCIS Plan Achromatic 4x

CCIS Plan Achromatic 10x

CCIS Plan Achromatic 40x (SL)

CCIS Plan Achromatic 100x (SL) Oil

StageMechanical stage Size 185mmX142mm, supported on ball bearing guideways and having low positioned co-axial controls for stage movement. Cross movement 55mmX 75mm.
Co-axial focusing control with ball bearing guideways & large knobs, pre focusing lever & tension adjustment ring. The slow motion has 1DIV=0.002mm.
CondenserSub stage Abbe condenser NA 0.9/0.25 having a spherical lens, adjustable iris diaphragm and swing out filter holder.

Incorporates 6V/30W halogen lamp with adjustable brightness and Power supply. Collector in base fitted with iris diaphragm for KOHLERs illumination.
Packaging contents

Grey filter

STYRO FOAM Molded pack.

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