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Stereo Trinocular Microscope Australia
Stereo Dissecting Microscope
NEW MODEL for 2014
With LED Illumination

The ASZ-200 Trinocular Stereo Microscope is one of our most popular and affordable instruments, ideal for both educational and industrial applications involving observation of three-dimensional objects. Insects, plants, flowers and other specimens, coins, banknotes, PC boards – whatever your viewing requirements might be.

The inclined binocular head ensures user comfort. It is equipped with dual wide-field 10x eyepieces featuring diopter and interpupillary adjustment, and a standard working distance of 95mm give you top-quality imaging and the best in viewing versatility.

ASZ200T Stereo Trinocular Microscope Bundle.


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Stereo Trinocular Microscope Model ASZ200T Bundle includes:


$795.00


All prices are inclusive of 10% GST

Magnification change is a simple operation – just by rotating the objective turret 90°.

Additional standard features include smooth, solid rack-and-pinion focusing, slip clutch, tension adjustment, a large, stable base, and extra-rugged construction for long service life and steady viewing.

The new ASZ-200 series now includes a LED-LUX LED light, for both incident and transmitted illumination – bright, even, and with a trouble-free service life as high as 6000 hours.

The ASZ-200 series is also compatible with our extensive range of optional accessories including boom stands, auxiliary objectives, eyepieces and LED ringlights.

Features:

  • The ASZ200T microscope is among the best in its class with excellent optical performance.
  • Magnification 20x & 40x
  • Comfortable operation with proper eyepoint.
  • Compact structure, long working distance, suitable for various applications.

Many stereoscopic microscopes feature the ability to perform a continuous magnification change by means of a zoom lens system placed between the objective and the eyepieces. Explore zoom magnification, focus, and illumination intensity in stereoscopic microscopes with this interactive Flash tutorial. Click Here to view.