Trinocular Kaisi Ks 37045a Stl2

Trinocular Kaisi Ks 37045a Stl2
Trinocular Kaisi Ks 37045a Stl2 Trinocular Kaisi Ks 37045a Stl2
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 Kaisi KS-37045A (STL2) Microscope - Microscopes are widely used in education, laboratory research, biology, metallurgy, engineering, chemistry, manufacturing and in the medical, forensic and veterinary industries. 
- Features 20x wide field interchangeable pairs of eyepieces, a 2x objective, LED illumination and an arm-to-arm holder. 
- The binocular viewing head has an interpupillary range of 50 to 77mm and a 30 degree tilt to reduce eye and neck strain. 
- Has interchangeable pairs of WF10x18mm and WF20x10mm eyepieces combined with the 1x objective to provide 20x and 40x magnification and a longer working distance to inspect large-scale samples that require handling or repair.
The KAISI 37045A Professional Stereo Microscope (STL2) has a diopter adjustment accommodating individual differences in eye resistance. 
The LED light source provides bright, fresh light for working with temperature sensitive specimens. 
The microscope has a 13.5 ”abutment that provides a vertical working distance of 9”. 
Bilateral focus facilitates use for left and right hand users. 
The 17 ”armrest has a working distance of 12”. All metal construction is durable and stain resistant. 
 
• Head: binocular 
• Magnification: 20X, 40X 
• Objective power: 2X 
• Eyepieces (DIN, 30.5mm): WF10x18mm, WF20x10mm 
• Focus: coarse bilateral
• Microscope Bracket: Lift Arm Bracket, Column Bracket 
Illumination Type: Top, Reflected 
Light Source: 1W LED 
Power: 110V-120V, UL listed 
Other: 
Microscopes are instruments used to improve the resolution of an object or Image. Types include composite, stereo or digital. 
Digital microscopes are used to display an image on a monitor instead of looking through a lens. 
Microscopes can have monocular (one), binocular (two) or trinocular (three) eyepieces, with different magnification abilities. 
Magnification capacity refers to the size of an image. Resolution, also known as resolving power, refers to the clarity of the image.
The interaction between field of view (FOV), numerical aperture (NA) and working distance (WD) determines the resolution. Microscopes can control magnification through a fixed focus, or through a series of adjustments. 
They can also utilize LED, fluorescent and mirror light sources to help control viewing capabilities.

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