Large Depth of Field and Zoom Ratio Stereo Zoom Microscope with
Magnification 6X - 55X
◆ Patented technology design
◆ Long working distance, large depth of field, large zoom ratio
◆ Trinocular main body can be match CCD (CMOS)camera, digital
◆ Various eyepieces, divisional eyepieces and auxiliary objectives
to be selected
◆ Available to match stands and universal stands, LED ring
illuminator, ring fluorescent lamp, fiber and etc.
◆ Widely used in schools, biology engineering and science research,
industry assembly for inspection, measurement and quality control.
|Magnification||Total magnification(standard outfits): 6X~55X, extended total
|Zoom ratio||Continuous zoom magnification: 0.6X~5.5X, zoom ratio 9.2:1|
|Eyepiece||SWH10X high eye point & extra wide-field eyepiece ,FOV Φ23mm|
|Focus range||50mm(100mm/ track stand: 100mm)|
|Interpupillary distance adjustment range (10X eyepiece)||52mm~76mm|
|Diopter adjustment range||±6 Diopter|
|The holder and the head matching dimension||Φ76mm|
|Distance between the center of the pole and the center of the
|Diameter of the pole||Φ25mm|
|Diameter of the center working stage||Φ95mm|
|Illuminators||Optional illumination:5W fluorescent lamp at the bottom; halogen
lamp(6V,10W) on the top.|
|Eyepiece||Item||Main body||Specification of different auxiliary objective|
1. Please use lengthened round post when using 0.37X objective,
track stands cannot be used.
2. When 0.5X or lower magnification objective applied, track stands
cannot be used.
What is Stereo Microscope?
The stereo or stereoscopic is an optical microscope variant
designed for low magnification observation of a sample, typically
using light reflected from the surface of an object rather than
transmitted through it.
The instrument uses two separate optical paths with two objectives
and eyepieces to provide slightly different viewing angles to the
left and right eyes. This arrangement produces a three-dimensional
visualization of the sample being examined.
Stereomicroscopy overlaps macrophotography for recording and
examining solid samples with complex surface topography, where a
three-dimensional view is needed for analyzing the detail.
The stereo microscope is often used to study the surfaces of solid
specimens or to carry out close work such as dissection,
microsurgery, watch-making, circuit board manufacture or
inspection, and fracture surfaces as in fractography and forensic
engineering. They are thus widely used in manufacturing industry
for manufacture, inspection and quality control. Stereo microscopes
are essential tools in entomology.