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Stereo Microscopes

Stereo Microscopes

Introducing our high-quality stereo microscopes, designed to provide a clear and detailed view of medical specimens. Our microscopes are equipped with advanced optical technology, allowing for precise examination and analysis of samples. With a large working distance and wide field of view, these microscopes are perfect for medical professionals looking to study cells, tissues, or other biological materials. The adjustable magnification and ergonomic design make these microscopes user-friendly and comfortable for extended use. Whether you are in a clinical or research setting, our stereo microscopes are the ideal tool for accurate and in-depth examination of medical samples.
  • Application

    • Biological Sciences: 

                        - Dissection: Stereo microscopes are commonly used in biology labs for dissecting specimens such as insects, small animals, and plants. The stereo vision allows for precise manipulation and observation of structures.

                             - Histology: In histology labs, stereo microscopes are used for examining tissue samples during dissection and preparation for slides. They enable researchers to view tissue structures in three dimensions.

    • Industrial Inspection and Quality Control:

                    - Electronics Manufacturing: Stereo microscopes are used for inspecting electronic components, soldering joints, and printed circuit boards (PCBs) during manufacturing processes to ensure quality control and identify defects.

                        - Precision Engineering: In industries like watchmaking, jewelry, and precision engineering, stereo microscopes aid in the inspection of small parts, surface finishes, and assembly processes.

    • Forensic Science:

                     - Crime Scene Investigation: Stereo microscopes are utilized in forensic labs to examine evidence such as hair, fibers, tool marks, and other trace evidence collected from crime scenes. They help forensic scientists in detailed analysis and documentation.

                          - Document Examination: Forensic document examiners use stereo microscopes to analyze handwriting, printing methods, and alterations on documents.

    • Entomology and Zoology:

                      - Insect Identification: Entomologists use stereo microscopes to study the morphology of insects, facilitating species identification and research on insect behavior.

                           - Zoological Studies: Zoologists employ stereo microscopes to examine small animals, study their anatomy, behavior, and developmental stages.

    • Botany and Agriculture:

                     - Plant Anatomy: Stereo microscopes are used to study plant structures, such as leaves, flowers, and seeds, aiding in botanical research and agricultural studies.

                        - Pest Management: In agriculture, stereo microscopes are employed to identify plant pests, such as insects and mites, and assess their impact on crops.

    • Education and Training:

                     - Classroom Demonstrations: Stereo microscopes are valuable tools for educational purposes, allowing students to observe and study various specimens in detail. They are commonly used in biology classes, teaching labs, and workshops.

    • Paleontology:

                     - Fossil Examination: Paleontologists use stereo microscopes to study fossils, examine their structures, and analyze microscopic features. This aids in understanding ancient organisms and ecosystems.

  • Specifications

    Observation Method Fluorescence (Blue/Green Excitations)  
      Fluorescence (Ultraviolet Excitations)  
      Simple Polarized Light  
      Brightfield  
      Darkfield  
      Oblique  
    Zoom Zoom Ratio   16.4
      Magnification Indication  

    0.7, 0.8, 1, 1.25, 1.6, 2, 2.5, 3.2, 4, 5, 6.3, 8, 10, 11.5

      AS  
    • Built-in
      Features  

    Zoom variable magnification system with parallel optical axis
    Zoom drive system: Horizontal handle
    Click-stop for various zoom positions incorporated(Manual)

    Optics Galilean Optical System  
    Illuminator Fluorescence Illuminator Hg Lamp
        Xenon Lamp
        Light Guide Illumination
    Focus Focusing Mechanism Coarse/Fine Focus
      Load Capacity  
    • 0-10.0kg/ 2.7–15.0kg/ 8.0–25.0kg
      Coarse Handle Stroke  
    • 80 mm
    • 120 mm
      Coarse Handle Stroke per Rotation  
    • 36.8 mm
      Fine Handle Stroke per Rotation  
    • 0.77 mm
    Revolving Nosepiece Manual Standard Type
    Observation Tubes Widefield (FN 22) Trinocular
        Tilting Trinocular
        Ergonomic Long Tilting Trinocular

    ✓ (Intermediate magnification is 1.25X)

      Tube Inclination Angle  
    • 5–45°
    • 30°
      Trinocular Tube Light Path Selection (Camera : Observation)  
    • 50%:50%, 0%:100%
    • 0%:100%, 100%:0%
      Interpupillary Distance Adjustment  
    • 51–76 mm
    • 52–76 mm
    • 57–80 mm
    Extendable Eyepoint Adjuster    

    Height adjustment range: 30–150mm, (with a scale attached)

    Stands Standard Stand  
      Optional Bases and Stands Quad Position LED Transmitted Light Illumination Base
        Single Position LED Transmitted Light Illumination Base
        Large Stand
        Universal Stand
    Dimensions     268 (W) × 386 (D) × 413 (H) mm (Standard Set Configuration)
    Operating Environment Indoor Use Ambient Temperature 0–40 ºC (32–104 ºF)
        Maximum Relative Humidity 30–90 %
    Eyepiece    
    • WHSZ10X-H FN 22*
    • WHSZ15X-H FN 16*
    • WHSZ20X-H FN 12.5*
    • WHSZ30X-H FN 7*
    • *with diopter adjustment and reticle
    Objectives    

    SDFPLFL0.3X, WD 141 mm, NA 0.045
    SDFPLAPO0.5XPF, WD 70.5 mm, NA 0.075
    SDFPLAPO0.8X, WD 81 mm, NA 0.12
    SDFPLAPO1XPF, WD 60 mm, NA 0.15
    SDFPLAPO1,6XPF, WD 30 mm, NA 0.24
    SDFPLAPO2XPFC, WD 20mm, NA 0.3

    Fluorescence Illuminators    

    Near vertical fluorescence illuminator
    5 position fluorescence filter turret
    Accepts excitation balancers

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