Stereo Zoom Microscope can provide crystal clear sharp images with high resolution and good depth within a broad field of view. Once brought in focus, images remains clear and sharp throughout the whole zoom range. It is widely used in electronic industry, educational demonstration and agricultural research for micro-object observation, inspection and measurement.
Magnification: 7X-45X, 3.5X-270X with optional eyepieces and objectives
Eyepiece: WF10X/20mm high-eyepoint, wide-field; Convenient for observers wearing glasses
Optional Eyepiece: WF10X/20mm, WF15X/15mm, WF20X/10mm, WF25X/9mm, WF30X/8mm
Binocular head, 45° inclined, 360° rotatable, can be locked in any position desired
Interpupillary Distance adjustment:54-76mm; Diopter adjustment:±5 diopters
Objective: 0.7X-4.5X stereo zoom; Zoom Ratio:6.4:1
Aux Lens: 0.3X, 0.5X, 0.7X, 0.75X, 1.5X, 2X
It is located at the upper portion of microscope. The head portion of microscope is also known as the Body tube.
Microscope head application:
The head portion or body tube of microscope connects the eyepiece to the objective lenses.
If you were to open the body of the microscope you would find a mirror or prism depending on the type and quality of the microscope. The prism or mirror is used to reflect the light and reorient the image by making it appear right side up.
In compound microscopes with two eye pieces there are prisms contained in the body that will also split the beam of light to enable you to view the image through both eye pieces.
Binocular zoom body
Binocular zoom body is the main body of a stereo microscope, with continuouszooming function and observe with two eyepieces
This body tube usually be placed on microscope stand