Euromex Binocular Stereo Microscope with large working distance
The BE series microscopes from Euromex have been specially developed for professionals such as jewelers, watchmakers and gemstones. This Euromex Bino LED is equipped with WF 10x / 20 eyepieces with eyecups. The eye distance between these eyepieces is adjustable from 55 to 75 millimeters. There is anti-mold coating on all optical lenses. The tube is at an angle of 45 degrees. This ensures that you can continue to look comfortable even after long periods of use.
Two models available
The Euromex BE Bino LED is available in two models. The difference is in the magnification of the lens and the total magnification of the microscope. As a result, the field of view and the working distance for both models are also different. The details are as follows:
- Magnification objective: 0.5x
- Total magnification microscope: 5x
- Field of view: 10 millimeters
- Working distance: 250 millimeters
- Magnification objective: 1x
- Total magnification microscope: 10x
- Field of view: 20 millimeters
- Working distance: 230 millimeters
LED lighting and sturdy tripod
The Euromex BE Bino LED uses striking LED lighting. This means that the light shines on the object from above. The 1 Watt lighting is adjustable in intensity. LED lighting is energy efficient. The overhanging pillar stand is very sturdy. Focusing is easy with the friction control.
Stereo microscope: for clear three-dimensional perception
A stereomicroscope is normally used for lower magnifications. Where in a biological microscope the light passes through the object, in a stereomicroscope the light is usually shone on the object. A stereomicroscope should not be confused with a biological microscope that has two tubes (which you can see through with two eyes). A stereomicroscope always uses two eyepieces, but in contrast to a binocular biological microscope, a stereomicroscope has two separate optical light paths (with of course two objectives and two eyepieces). These ensure that the image in the left eyepiece deviates slightly from the image in the right eyepiece, resulting in a three-dimensional image of the object being viewed. A stereomicroscope is usually used for objects that are not transparent and where light can not pass through the object. It is used, among other things, for viewing rocks and insects, in the jewelery industry, for making / viewing printed circuit boards, material research etc.