Microscope Compound - Monocular

Vanguard

$ 199.95 
SKU: 1101EML

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MICROSCOPE MONOCULAR, 40X,100X, 400X

Elementary Level
Magnification Up to 400X
LED Illumination


The VanGuard Model 1101EML Compound Microscope features DIN optics, locked-on eyepiece and stage clips, and LED illumination.

Model 1101EML is an excellent instrument for the introduction to elementary microscopy.

Viewing Head. Monocular head rotates 360° and is inclined at 45°.

Eyepiece. Locked-on 10X Widefield (DIN).

Nosepiece. Triple nosepiece with positive stops.

Objectives. DIN achromatic 4X/0.10, 10X/0.25, and 40X/0.65.

Stage. 90 x 90 mm with locked-on, spring-loaded stage dips.

Focusing Movement. Coarse focus controls featuring a slip-clutch mechanism which protects the gears from damage by allowing the knobs to turn even when the stage has reached the upper/lower travel stops.

Condenser. 0.65 N.A. condenser with 6-position disc diaphragm.

Illumination. LED.

Voltage. 110 V

Base. Stable 155 x 110 mm base fitted with anti-skid rubber feet.

Body. Cast-metal body with stain-resistant enamel finish.

Dimensions. 155 mm (L) x 110 mm (W) x 305 mm (H); 1.8 kg.

Supplied With. Dust Cover, Operation Manual.

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