BRESSER Science ETD-201 is an excellent stereoscopic microscope for observing in reflected light and passing light. Especially dedicated for applications in medicine, agriculture, forestry, forensics, in institutions and scientific institutions and schools. It is also useful in industry, electronics and precision mechanics, production laboratories, and wherever large objects are not required, and the examined objects have considerable dimensions.
A wide base with a table and an exceptionally large height adjustment range makes it possible to observe large objects. Integrated lighting for tests in transmitted and reflected light with adjustable intensity of lighting can also be used, allowing for the selection of lighting parameters. The top lighting can also be adjusted in the angle of incidence.
Two broad-field glasses (WF 10x) combined with a stereo image with a multiplicity of 6.25x and variable magnification from 0.8x to 5x ensure a steplessly adjustable magnification in the range of 8x to 50x.
Rotated (360 °) trino head, 45 ° inclination of spectacles, regulation of the gauge's spacing and the possibility of dioptric adjustment for each optical path ensure the possibility of individual settings and comfortable conduct even long-term observations.
The additional optical path allows for attaching a C-mount camera, camera and photo adapter.
The microscope can be powered from the network or the computer's USB port.
• head type: triple-barrel (third track for the camera)
• Magnification range: 8-50x
• glasses: 10x wide, 2 pieces
• diopter adjustment: separately for each of the glasses
• a stereo-zoom lens with smoothly variable magnification in the range of 0.8 - 5x
• lighting: upper and lower, adjustable, LED
• working space: 105 mm
• power supply: from a 230 V network or a USB port (eg a computer)
• in the set: USB cable, AC adapter, glass plate, black and white board, anti-dust cover
below - photos taken with this microscope and camera ? Bresser 3 Mpix Microcam; objects: banknote PLN 100, brass coin, match, fabric, ruler
objects in light passing through