[LB-560] Polarizing Microscope

[LB-560] Polarizing Microscope

LB-560 Polarizing Microscope is equipped with a smooth, rotating, graduated stage and a set of polarisers that allow observation of all types of transmitted light polarized specimens such as thin sections of minerals, polymers, crystals and particulates.

It is equipped with a comfortable viewing, adjustable binocular head and a fine set of achromatic objectives giving a magnification range of 40X – 400X. The analyser mounted in the head is retractable and the polariser is mounted over the collector near the lamp and is rotatable though 360deg. The microscope is also supplied with a rack and pinion mounted, adjustable condenser with a 20W illumination source and coarse/fine focus knobs with limit stoppers and tension adjustment.

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Description

Features

  • Easy to operate
  • Eyepiece with Scale of Crosshair, easy to analyze
  • With polarizing access

Application

With the features of easy operation, complete functions and economy, it is an ideal instrument in geology, petroleum, coal, chemicals and physic fields. It is also widely used in academic demonstration and scientific research.

Technical Specifications

Item Specification
Viewing Head Sliding Binocular Head at 45°, 360° Rotatable
Eyepiece Eyepiece WF10×/ 18 with Scale of Crosshair
Eyepiece WF10×/ 18
Objective Strain free Achromatic Objective 4×, 10×, 40×
Nosepiece Toward Quadruple Nosepiece, Center Adjustable
Analyzer Rotatable Analyzer with Gradation 0°-90°
Bertrand Lens Bertrand Lens, Sliding in/ out of Optical Path
Optical Compensator λ Slip(first class red)
1/ 4λ Slip
Quartz wedge
Revolving Round Stage Diameter Φ160mm, Graduated in1° Increments, Minimum Resolution 6’ when using Vernier Scale
Condenser Abbe Condenser with Iris Diaphragm & Filter
Focusing Coaxial Coarse & Fine Adjustment, Range 28mm, Fine Division 0.002mm
Polarizer Sliding in/ out of Optical Path, Located on the Top of Collector
Illumination 6V/ 20W Halogen Lamp, Brightness Adjustable

Optional Accessories

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