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Stereo Microscopes

Stereo Microscopes

Introducing our high-quality Stereo Microscopes, designed specifically for medical professionals. With a powerful magnification range, these microscopes offer exceptional clarity and precision for examining medical samples and tissues. The ergonomic design ensures comfortable use during long periods of observation, while the dual eyepiece configuration provides depth perception and allows for easier focusing. Equipped with adjustable LED lighting, our Stereo Microscopes provide optimal illumination for detailed specimen examination. Whether you're working in a clinical laboratory or medical research facility, our Stereo Microscopes are a reliable tool for accurate and efficient analysis.
  • Applications

    • Biological Sciences: 

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

                         - Botanical Studies: They are used for studying plant structures, such as leaves, flowers, and roots, enabling researchers to examine details like stomata, trichomes, and vascular tissues.

                         - Entomology: Entomologists use stereo microscopes for observing insects and their intricate features for classification, behavior studies, and pest management.

    • Medical Field:

                      - Surgical Procedures: Stereo microscopes are used in surgical settings for procedures requiring precision, such as microsurgery and dental work. They provide a clear, magnified view of the operating area.

                           - Dental Applications: Dentists use stereo microscopes for detailed examination and treatment of teeth and oral tissues during procedures like root canals, crown placements, and dental implantations.

    • Electronics and Engineering:

                      - Quality Control: Stereo microscopes are used in electronics manufacturing for inspecting components, circuit boards, and soldering joints to ensure quality and identify defects.

                           - Microsoldering and Repair Work: Technicians use stereo microscopes for intricate soldering and repair tasks on small electronic components like microchips and circuit boards.

    • Forensic Science:

                      - Crime Scene Investigation: Stereo microscopes aid forensic scientists in analyzing trace evidence such as hair, fibers, and gunshot residues collected from crime scenes.

                           - Fingerprint Analysis: They are used to examine and compare fingerprints found at crime scenes or on evidence, helping in the identification and linking of suspects.

    • Material Science:

                       - Metallurgy: Stereo microscopes are used in metallurgical studies for examining the surface morphology and microstructure of metals and alloys.

                           - Quality Control in Manufacturing: They are employed for inspecting materials like plastics, ceramics, and textiles to assess their quality, detect defects, and ensure conformity to specifications.

    • Education:

                       - Classroom Demonstrations: Stereo microscopes are valuable tools in educational settings for teaching students about biological structures, geological specimens, and other scientific subjects in detail.

                            - Student Research Projects: Students use stereo microscopes for conducting research projects in various fields such as biology, environmental science, and materials science.

  • Compact Stereo with High-Quality Optics

    • Greenough Optical System: The 10-degree angle of convergence in the Greenough optical system secures excellent image flatness with large depth of field. The careful selection of lens surface coatings and glass materials in the entire optical system makes it possible to observe and document specimens in their original, authentic colors. The V-shape optical path achieves a slim zoom body - suitable for integration into other equipment or standalone use.
    • Wide Zoom Ratio: Its magnification range extends from 6.7x to 45x (using 10x eyepieces), with a wide zoom ratio of 6.7:1, enabling smooth, macro-to-micro zooming that speeds routine workflows. Its provides the magnification rage of 8x to 40x (using 10x eyepieces), with a wide zoom ratio of 5:1.

    • Viewing: The suitable inward angle allows just the right combination of high level flatness and depth of focus for 3D viewing. Even a specimen with significant depth can be brought into focus from top to bottom for faster inspection.

  • LED Illumination

    The universal reflected/transmitted light LED illumination stand brings together all the advantages of LED technology. The flat, high-brightness LEDs allow successful integration of transmitted illumination into a very slim base, which in turn facilitates easy specimen access and manipulation.

  • Electrostatic Discharge Protection

    The main body and major accessories can quickly eliminate static electricity with the use of antistatic materials and coatings. This prevents a specimen under observation from electrostatic damage.

  • Choice of High-Performance Bodies

    Its bodies provides 2 different magnification ranges, and each one is ergonomically designed with a 45-degree inclination tube as the standard model. For special applications where the zoom body has to be tilted of use with other equipment of mounting on a universal stand, the built-in models with 60-degree inclination tube are available. For documentation purpose, a trinocular model is available for the quick and easy attachment of digital cameras.

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