Polarizing Microscope LBN-PM123

Polarizing Microscope LBN-PM123

Polarizing Microscope LBN-PM123 has an infinity plan optical system with a Siedentopf trinocular head and a 30° inclination. The microscope consists of a quadruple backward revolving nosepiece, BF + DF objectives, and a micrometer eyepiece. It has a round working stage with coaxial coarse and fine focusing types. An Abbe swing-out 1.25-aperture condenser and halogen as a light source are incorporated.

Optical System Infinity Plan
Standard Magnification 40x – 600x
Head Type Siedentopf Trinocular
Inclination 30°
Rotation 360°
Interpupillary 50-75 mm
Eyepiece WF10x/20mm, WF10x/20mm with cross Hair, WF10x/20mm, with Graticule, 2 pc
Eyepiece Diameter 23.2 mm
Nosepiece Backward, 4 holes
Objective Infinity Plan Achromatic objective 4x, 10x for reflected/ transmitted system, infinity plan achromatic objective 20x, 40x, 60x for reflected system
Working Stage Type Round Stage
Stage Size Diameter 160 mm, Graduated in 1° increment, minimum
Moving Size 30 × 40 mm
Focusing Range 24 mm
Scale 0.002 mm
Condenser Abbe Swing out, 1.25 N. A, Swing out NA 0.9/0.25 with iris diaphragm and filter
Light Source Type Halogen
Transmit Light 12V20W Halogen Lamp, brightness adjustable, with Filter Upgrade to 5W LED
Reflect Light 12V/20W Halogen Lamp with Iris Aperture Diaphragm and iris field diaphragm, brightness adjustable
Power Supply Type AC 110V- 240V
Polarizing Center Adjustable nosepiece, Center Adjustable Condenser
Dimensions (L × D × H) 390 × 280 × 640 mm
Gross Weight 15 Kg

Safe, reliable, and easy to use

It consists of an infinity plan optical system

Siedentopf Trinocular head type

Quadruple center adjustable nosepiece

Micrometer, adjustable diopter

WF10x/20mm eyepiece with cross hair and graticule

Round working stage

Coaxial coarse and fine focusing type with safety stop lock ring

An abbe swing out 1.25 aperture condenser, rack and pinion up/down

Halogen used as source of light with transmit and reflect feature

Center adjustable nosepiece and condenser

Polarizing Microscopes are used to examine the effects of polarized light on specimens in the domains of research, forensic analysis, geology, medicine, chemistry, biology, and metallurgy.

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