The Levenhuk 2ST microscope is a modern tool with a working distance of 60 mm and a maximum magnification of 40x. Such a working distance allows observation of relatively large samples, such as minerals, jewelery, coins or other objects. They do not have to be only flat preparations and thin samples. Thanks to a wide range of applications Levenhuk 2ST microscope can be successfully used for didactic purposes related to scientific research and industrial technology. It is also suitable for the needs of secondary schools.
Modern stereoscopic microscopes are widely used in activities that require high precision. Observed objects are seen in three dimensions, which allows precise determination of their dimensions. Microscopes of this type are invaluable in scientific research and can be used in the research of archaeological, biological or technological objects, jewelery, antiques and more. Reliable and multifunctional stereoscopic microscopes are ideal for schools and universities.
The optical elements of this microscope were made of glass with high transparency, thanks to which the image of the observed objects is of the highest quality. Sharpness of the image is set by turning the roughing knob on the microscope body. A natural source of light is used for observation, so you do not have to spend money on batteries.
To provide even greater contrast to the observations, you can turn the table white or black side up. The sample is held in place using useful clamps (clamps).
• optics: achromatic, fully glass
• 30.5 mm 10x 2 glasses, with eyecups rubber
• lenses: 4x
• magnification with standard equipment: 40x
• working distance: 60 mm
• regulation of the glasses' sharpness: +/- 5 Diopters
• sharpness adjustment: 40 mm, roughing
• lighting the preparation with natural light or optional external lighting
• flat table with clamps for fixing the preparation
• replaceable matte and black and white tiles
• in a set with a dust cover
2-year shop warranty, lifetime manufacturer's warranty
below - photos taken with a Levenhuk 2ST microscope and a Bresser camera with 2 megapixels USB - coin, tin on an electronic circuit, sugar crystals, print (press on the image to see it in full size)