Polarized light microscopy provides all the benefits of brightfield microscopy and offers a wealth of information, which is simply not available with any other optical microscopy technique, such as refractive indices, birefringence, retardation, extinction angle, pleochroism. Polarized light microscopy is best known for its geological applications – primarily for the study of minerals in rock thin sections, but it can also be used to study many other materials.
OPTIKA polarizing microscopes offer a complete system for your laboratory analysis, including polarizer and analyzer filters, Bertrand lens for conoscopic observation, compensator plates, and high-precision rotatable stages. Also available the X-LED illumination system, an high-intensity light source which delivers bright and clear images.
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|Head||Trinocular, 30° inclined, 360° rotating.|
|Eyepiece||WF10x/20mm and with cross hair micrometer|
|Bertrand lens||Swing-out type; center-able.|
|Polarizing attachment||0° – 90° rotating analyzing filter. Tint plates included: 1° order red (lambda), lambda/4, quartz wedge.|
|Objectives||IOS N-PLAN POL 4x, 10x, 40x, 60x|
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|Focusing system||Coaxial coarse and fine|
|Stage||Round, 360° rotating, 160 mm diameter, with sample clips and stop knob|
|Condenser||Abbe N.A. 1.25, iris diaphragm, focusable and centrable. With rotating polarizer|
|Illumination||X-LED3 illumination system with brightness control.|
3.6 Watt LED
Luminous flux: 200 lumen
Luminous intensity: 900 cd
Equivalent to a dichroic halogen lamp with 20W, Equivalent to a standard halogen lamp with 50W
Correlated Color Temperature: 6300K
Pure white, no need of blue correction filter.
|Warranty||Ten (10) Years mechanical and optical parts|
Two (2) Years electrical