18 Series

18 Series

Educational microscopes for school environments and hobbyists. Simple to handle, the rechargeable battery pack allows a cordless usage of the LED illumination without main supply.

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  1. 1801 LED Cordless
    18 Series
    233.00€
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  2. 1802 LED Cordless
    18 Series
    327.00€
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  3. 1820 LED Cordless
    18 Series
    415.00€
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  4. DM-1802
    18 Series
    817.00€
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18 microscope Optics

Optics

The 18 Series features EA Achromatic objectives in a 160mm Finite system. The lockable 10X/18 eyepiece(s) provide(s) an easy sample overview.

18 microscope Illumination

Illumination

The microscope series features a 70mW LED illumination system with intensity control. Rechargeable batteries allow a cordless usage. A substage condenser with iris diaphragm is essential for a quality illumination.

Learn here how to replace the LED bulb.

18 microscope Mechanics

Mechanics

The reversed 4-fold nosepiece gives space for a trouble-free change of slides. From plain stage with sample clips to x/y-stage with slide holder, the separate coarse/fine focus drive is ideal for teaching the first steps of microscope handling.

Learn here how to adjust the tension of the focusing system.

18 microscope Mechanics

Contrast Methods

A Polarizing set for the detection of birefringence is optional.