Electrical Stereo Microscope Model

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Stereo Microscope, Model: EZ4, EZ4D, EZ4HD

Laboratory-use Electrical Equipment Stereo Microscope, Model: EZ4, EZ4D, EZ4HD Have been investigated by Underwriters Laboratories in accordance with the Standard(s) indicated on this Certificate. Standard(s) for Safety: UL 61010-1, 2nd Edition, 2005, Electrical Equipment for Measurement,

SERIES 377 Stereo Microscopes

limitless capabilities for electrical small part inspection. The MSM-464L, Order No. 377-991A, with its vertical five-step magnification changer is ideal for small part assembly. This stereo microscope with standard 6.4X, 10X, 16X, 25X, and 40X magnifications, has flexibility from 3.2X to 160X magnifications. US-1002. Willrich Precision Ph 866


STEREO MICROSCOPE 1.2 Technical Specifications Product Name Digital Stereo Microscope System Model VM-100 Zoom Lens 0.7X ~ 4.5X Detented Zoom Lens Zoom Ration 6.5:1 Z-axis Travel Vertical Space Approx. 6-inch (150mm); Adjustable Focus travel 2-inch (50mm); Working distance 3.5-inch (85mm)

Stemi 1000/2000/2000-C Stereo Microscopes

NEW MODEL We have included a further Stemi model in our line of Greenough-type stereo microscopes. In response to many requests received from customers, the Stemi 2000-CS 45 50 55 is now also available as a brand-new item in addition to the Greenough-type stereo microscopes Stemi 1000, Stemi 2000 and Stemi 2000-C.

Microscopes - Ted Pella

Electrical Available in 110V and 220V; CE certified. 2278-K Stereo Microscope Model K-400L, 110V 2278-K-220 Stereo Microscope Model K-400L, 220V Stereo Microscopes K Series Exceptional optical features, wide field view, high clarity, suitable for use in education, scientific, biological research and micro-electronic manufacturing. Strict

Appendix VIII. Stereo Microscopy

on a compound fluorescent microscope. Choosing a Stereo Microscope The choice of the best model for a particular application is determined by the following criteria: The physical environment in which it will be used. Larger research grade microscopes are best used in a laboratory or on larger research vessels with electrical power for cameras