Fisher Scientific Micromaster 12-561-3FAZ Phase Contrast Microscope

Condition: Used Will be thoroughly tested and serviced
30 day in shop warranty
Stock #:
34313
Status:
1 Available In Stock (request a quote)
Dimensions (approx.):
8"W x 10" (outside)
Electrical:
110 Volts, 60 Hz, 125mA
Product Description The Fisher Scientific Micromaster Phase contrast microscope is ideally suited to educational and general laboratory use. Supplied with planachromatic objectives, Koehler illumination, and a reversed nosepiece, Fisher Micromaster I Series microscopes provide professional quality optics at affordable prices.
Eyepieces: 10X wide-field, DIN standard.
Head: Rotatable 360deg with a 30deg inclination. Adjustable for interpupillary distance and dioptric differences. Interpupillary adjustment range, 55 to 75mm.
Nosepiece: Features quadruple reversed nosepiece with positive click stops allowing for easy manipulation of the slide without interference by the objectives. Also aids in keeping optics clean.
Objectives: Planachromatic objectives produce true color images without blurring. Includes 4X, 10X, 40X and 100X (if available) oil immersion DIN standard objectives. All are parfocal, parcentered, and coated to resist reflection.
Stage: Precision-machined mechanical stage with oversized, low-position, coaxial control knobs. Chemical-resistant finish with removable spring-clip slide holder secures slide to the stage. Dimensions, 140 x 160mm.
Focus Control: Low-position, coaxial, coarse/fine controls. Adjustable safety stop prevents slide damage. Tension adjustment ring permits custom user setup.
Condenser: 1.25 N.A. Abbe condenser, fitted with an iris diaphragm and swing-in auxiliary lens for low magnification.
Illumination: Features Koehler illumination with variable-intensity quartz halogen lamp, field diaphragm, and collector lens with integrated drop-in filter holder. 6V 20w lamp with solid-state dimmer and heavy-duty three-prong cord. ON/OFF switch.

*** When new, this microscope was originally sold as a trinocular microscope, but because no camera adapter is available, a camera cannot be used on this microscope and it is priced as a binocular microscope.