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OPTIKA Monocular Microscope B-155R-PL, 1000x, mechanical stage

OPTIKA Monocular Microscope B-155R-PL, 1000x, mechanical stage

Item no.: OPT-B-155R-PL

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Advanced monocular model with up to 1000x total magnification and a precise, accurate positioning of the slide thanks to smooth movement of the mechanical stage. With efficient X-LED1 illumination.

With N-PLAN objectives and with rechargeable battery for very long outdoor operation up to 15 hours.

Observation mode: Brightfield.

Head: Monocular, 30° inclined; 360° rotating.

Eyepiece: High-Point WF10x/18 mm, secured by screw.

Nosepiece: Quadruple ball bearings revolving nosepiece.

Objectives:

- N-PLAN 4x/0.10, with anti-fungus treatment

- N-PLAN 10x/0.25, with anti-fungus treatment

- N-PLAN 40x/0.65, with anti-fungus treatment

- N-PLAN 100x/1.25 (Oil/Water), with anti-fungus treatment

Specimen stage: Mechanical stage, 125x116mm, 70x30 mm X-Y movement range. Vernier scale on the two axes, accuracy: 0.1mm.

Focusing: Coaxial coarse and fine focusing mechanism with limit stop to prevent the contact between objective and specimen. Adjustable tension of coarse focusing knob.

Condenser: Abbe N.A. 1.25, pre-centered, focusable, with iris diaphragm.

Illumination: X-LED1 with white 1 W LED and light intensity control.

Color temperature: 6,300 K. Li-Ion battery for long lasting operation.

Multi-plug 100-240Vac/5Vdc external power supply.

Experiment Item no.
Student set Microscopy, necessary accessories for 1 group incl. microscope, TESS advanced Biology 13443-88
The components of a microscope P1440001
Working with the microscope P1440101
Microscopic magnification P1440201
Preparation of temporary microscopic slides P1440301
Manual section technique P1440401
Staining of living organisms P1440501
Rapid staining technique P1440601
Embedding in Canada balsam P1440801
The cell wall of the onion P1441001
The cellular membrane of animal cells P1441101
Chloroplasts in moss leaves P1441201
Chromoplasts P1441301
Vacuole P1441501
Plasmolysis and deplasmolysis P1441601
Protoplasma streaming P1441701
Upper epidermis of a deciduous leaf P1441801
Lower epidermis with guard cells P1441901
Cross-section of a deciduous leaf P1442001
Cross-section of a conifer (gymnosperm) leaf - adaption to arid conditions P1442101
The stem of a dicotyledonous plant - Identification of xylem and phloem tissue P1442201
The stem of a monocotyledonous plant P1442301
Root with root-hair cells P1442401
Cross-section of a plant ovary P1442501
Starch as a nutritional reserve substance in plants P1442601
Wing feathers of birds P1442701
Comparison of raw milk and homogenised milk P1442801
Fish scales in comparison P1442901
Skeletal muscle P1443001
Blood cells P1443101
Kidney P1443201
Liver cells (hepatocytes) P1443301
Fish gills P1443401
Insect wings P1443501
The mouth parts of insects P1443601
Planaria P1443701
Nematoda P1443801
Brine shrimp (Artemia salina) P1443901
Water flea (Daphnia) P1444001
The ciliated epithelium of mussels P1444101
The spore capsules of ferns P1444201
Mould fungi growing on food P1444301
Ciliates in a hay infusion P1444401
Colony-forming ciliates in an aquarium P1444501
Volvox P1444601
Diatoms in moor water P1444701
Radiolaria P1444801
Nucleus and chromosomes - mitosis P1441401

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