Mikroskops Levenhuk ZOOM 1T
The Levenhuk ZOOM 1T trinocular microscope is designed for studying three-dimensional samples: coins, jewelry, minerals, clockwork mechanisms, textiles, and biological materials. A large working distance allows for studying even very large samples. The smooth variable magnification allows for choosing the most convenient magnification power in a wide range. Levenhuk ZOOM 1T microscope is a great choice for work and hobbies as well.
The microscope features a trinocular head that has a special vertical tube for installing a digital camera in it. The camera is not included in the kit. However, you can purchase it to use the microscope not only for visual observations but also for photo and video recording of research. The microscope’s optics enable you to work with samples at magnification from 7 to 45 times and provide a good angle of view. A coarse focusing adjustment is available.
The lighting system consists of upper and lower LEDs with adjustable brightness. The light is powered by an AC power supply. The microscope body is made of robust metal, which is why the Levenhuk ZOOM 1T is a reliable and long-lasting optical instrument.
- Stereoscopic (3D) image
- Smooth variable magnification in the range from 7 to 45 times
- Rotatable trinocular head inclined at 45°
- Large working distance: 235mm
- Combined LED light with brightness adjustment and an AC power supply
The kit includes:
- Wf10x eyepieces with eyecups (2 pcs)
- Zoom objective: 0.7–4.5x
- Stage made of matte glass
- Black-and-white double-sided plate
- Power cord with an AC adapter
- Dust cover
- User manual and lifetime warranty
Caution: Please refer to the specifications table for the correct mains voltage and never attempt to plug a 110V device into 220V outlet and vice versa without using a converter. Remember that mains voltage in the U.S. and Canada is 110V and 220–240V in most European countries.
Levenhuk Zoom 1T Microscope is compatible with Levenhuk digital cameras (additional cameras are purchased separately). Levenhuk cameras are installed in an eyepiece tube instead of an eyepiece.