The BRESSER Advance ICD is the first trinocular incident and transmitted light microscope in the Bresser range with a magnification of up to 160x at an unbeatable price.
The combination of a stereo zoom lens (1x-4x), exchangeable high-quality wide-field eyepieces (10x, 20 x) and an additional lens ( 2x) results in a very wide magnification range from 10x to 160x. The height-adjustable and 360 ? rotatable attachment enables larger objects to be viewed, e.g. B. stones or components, from any observation position.
Photography with a camera or a PC eyepiece, which can be connected to the trinocular attachment , is possible at the same time as visual observation through the right eyepiece. Of course, the individual interpupillary distance and the diopter compensation are adjustable. The images obtained are very detailed, rich in contrast, three-dimensional. This is also ensured by the bright halogen lighting (including blue filter ), which can be dimmed and switched on separately for incident and transmitted light observation.
Areas of application:Archeology, geology, gemstone / rock science, semiconductor production, entomology, plant physiology, materials research, botany, coins, philately, quality control, education, teaching
Trinocular attachment for visual observation and simultaneous camera use
Compatible with BRESSER MikroCams (optionally available)
1x-4x stereo zoom lens
2-fold auxiliary lens (doubles the magnification through eyepieces and zoom lens)
Powerful halogen lighting
2 different specimen plates for an optimal contrast to the specimen
Observation of three demional objects up to approx. 12 cm in height possible
Integrated 220 / 240V power supply with cable
Solid design with a heavy base
2 pairs of wide field eyepieces included
SCOPE OF DELIVERY
2 pairs of wide field eyepieces (WF 10x / WF 20x)
2x auxiliary lens (1 piece)
1 pair of rubber eyecups
Plastic object plate 94mm (black / white)
Glass object plate 94mm (matt)
2 halogen lamps