Bresser Erudit DLX 40–1000x Microscope – Madeira Optics

Bresser Erudit DLX 40–1000x Microscope

  • €264,95
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The Bresser Erudit DLX is a high-quality microscope for school, studies and hobby use. An integrated rechargeable battery makes the Erudit DLX for mobile use. The LED illuminator and the height adjustable condenser (with diaphragm and filter holder) offer an optimal illumination. The achromatic DIN objectives allow a very good image. The 40x and 100x objectives are resilient to save the preparation for damage. The microscope has a 360° rotatable monocular view, coarse and fine focusing drive, and a coaxial mechanical desk with nonius.

Features:

  • Type: biological microscope
  • View: monocular
  • Comfortable view, 360° turnable head
  • Application range: biology, botany, education, teaching
  • Illumination: LED, adjustable condenser
  • Level: beginner, intermediate
  • Extras: rechargeable battery operation
  • Coaxial mechanical stage
  • Integrated dimmer

The kit includes:

  • Microscope body
  • Eyepiece 10x
  • 4 objecitves: 4x, 10x, 40x, 100x (oil)
  • Abbe condenser with field diaphragm and filter holder
  • Blue filter
  • Immersion oil
  • Dust cover
  • Power supply
  • User manual
Brand Bresser GmbH, Germany
Warranty, years 10
Package size (LxWxH), cm 46x30x22.5
Shipping Weight, kg 3.73
Type light/optical, biological
Head monocular
Nozzle 360 ° rotatable
Magnification, x 40—1000
Eyepiece tube diameter, mm 23.0
Eyepieces 10x with a pointer
Objectives achromat DIN standard: 4x, 10x, 40x, 100x (oil)
Revolving nosepiece for 4 objectives
Stage features mechanical, two-coordinate, with a Vernier scale and mechanical scale
Condenser Abbe N.A. 1.25, height adjustment, filter holder
Diaphragm field
Focus coaxial; coarse and fine
Body aluminum, plastic
Illumination LED
Brightness adjustment True
Power supply built-in battery, 230V AC adapter (included)
Light filters blue
User level beginners
Application school/educational
Illumination location lower
Research method bright field