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Observation mode: Brightfield, transmitted/incident polarized light and conoscopy.
Epi-illumination and filters: X-LED8 with white 8 W LED (6.300 K) with brightness control. With polarizer and rotating analyzer for incident illumination, aperture and field diaphragm. With additional filter holder.
Bertrand lens and polarizing attachment: Swing-out type with centering mechanism for observation in conoscopy/orthoscopy. Rotatable analyzer from 0° to 90° with graduated scale.
Tint plates: 1° order red (λ); λ/4; Quartz wedge.
Head: Trinocular (fixed 50/50), 30° inclined, 360° rotating.
Interpupillary distance: Adjustable between 50 and 75 mm.
Dioptric adjustment: On the left eyepiece tube.
Eyepieces: WF10x/22 mm, high eye-point and with rubber cups. One with crosshair.
Nosepiece: Quadruple revolving nosepiece, rotation on ball bearings. Centering system for each objective.
Objectives (strain-free):
– IOS LWD W-PLAN POL 5x/0.12
– IOS LWD W-PLAN POL 10x/0.25
– IOS LWD W-PLAN POL 20x/0.40
– IOS LWD W-PLAN POL 50x/0.75
All with anti-fungus treatment.
Specimen stage: Rotatable stage with locking mechanism and centering knobs. Vernier scale with accuracy 0.1 mm. Diameter 145 mm. Specimen slide clamps.
Focusing: Coaxial coarse (adjustable tension) and fine focusing mechanism with limit stop to prevent the contact between objective and specimen.
Condenser: Swing-out N.A. 0.2/0.9, with iris diaphragm, focusable and centerable. With rotating polarizing filter.
Transmitted illumination (Full Koehler type):  X-LED³ with white 3.6 W LED (6.300 K) with brightness control. Multi-plug 100-240Vac/6Vdc external power supply.


Incident/transmitted light objectives included

– IOS LWD W-PLAN POL 5x/0.12, W.D. 15.5 mm
– IOS LWD W-PLAN POL 10x/0.25, W.D. 10.0 mm
– IOS LWD W-PLAN POL 20x/0.40, W.D. 5.8 mm
– IOS LWD W-PLAN POL 50x/0.75, W.D. 0.32 mm


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