System 373 ESD-Safe Trinocular Microscopes are designed for inspection and assembly applications in static-sensitive environments. The body and stand are powder-coated with a metal-laced paint that measures 10^5 Ω/sq (static dissipative). Dual boom ball-bearing stands feature a 24″ stainless steel horizontal boom extension and 19.5″ vertical boom mounted to a 10″ x 10″ die-cast base. Ball-Bearing design allows fluid horizontal extension of the boom stand. Extensive flexibility and adjustability allow this microscope to alter angles up to 45°; the head can be rotated 360° in its focus mount. Models offer nearly an 8″ working distance (when used with a 0.5X reducing lens) and 15% greater field of view than comparable scopes. TRU Trinocular models allow the user to simultaneously view images on screen and through the eyepieces.
LX Microscopes by UNITRON® feature high-quality achromatic lenses with anti-reflective coatings for superior visual clarity. Optional eyepieces and accessory objective lenses can be added to provide a wider range of magnification. A choice of light sources and mounting options enable the product set-up best suited for each individual application. Digital imaging systems are configurable to allow capturing of images to catalog or share inspection results and observations, for archiving or communicating electronically. The end result is increased productivity with an easy-to-use product line.
Body material and color
Die-cast aluminum housing. Electrostatic powder paint. The body and stand are powder-coated with a metal-laced paint that measures 10^5Ω/sq. (static dissipative).
Dual boom ball-bearing stand with 10″ x 10″ die-cast base. 17.5″ vertical extension and 24″ horizontal arm extension. Focus mount angles to 45° to permit additional viewing and inspection perspectives.
Magnification: 7x – 45x
Field-of-view diameter: 32.8mm – 5.1mm
Working distance: 118mm
|Gross weight (lb.)||61|
|Arm length (in.)||24|
|Working distance (mm)||118|