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  • Bresser Erudit DLX 40x-1000x microscope

    • Brand: Bresser
    • Product Code: 5102000
    • Availability: In Stock
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    Optical characteristics
    Type of build: Monocular
    Magnification: 40 - 1000 x
    Lighting: Transmited light
    Illumination: LED
    Series: Erudit
    Dimensions (mm): 225 x 175 x 345
    Weight (kg): 2.7
    Warranty: 2 years
    Included accessories
    Dust cover: Yes
    Objective: 4 x, 10 x, 40 x, 100 x
    Eyepiece: 10 x
    Color filter: Yes
    Immersion oil: Yes
    Field of application
    Biology: Yes
    Education: Yes
    Recommended for:
    Beginners: Yes
    Intermediate: Yes

    The Bresser Erudit DLX positions itself as a high-quality, robust and good equipped microscope for school, studies and hobby use. A rechargeable battery, which is integrated into the solid microscope base, enables the Erudit DLX to function also in mobile use.

    The transmitted light illumination of Erudit DLX is performed by a LED with dimmer (for continuous variation of light intensity) and a height-adjustable condenser (with iris diaphragm and filter holder). This allows to the instrument to have 4x, 10x, 40x and 60x or 100x objectives (see technical data sheet). These all are DIN objectives. The 40x and the 60x objective are retractable (safeguarding against damages). With the 10x wide field eyepiece, you get a total magnification range 40x - 600x. The microscope has a 360° rotatable monocular viewing, coaxial coarse and fine focusing drive, and a mechanical desk with vernier scales.

    With meaningful accessories, which are available on request, you can build up your microscope to a more and more powerful system. Above all, we recommend the BRESSER MicrOcular II (640 x 480 pixels). With this electronic eyepiece, you can observe your preparations on your PC monitor. The software enables you to save and replay your microscope observations.

    Observation objects: Microbes, Bacteria, Vemin

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