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Swift M27LED123 Tri-Power Stereo Microscope

Swift M27LED123 Tri-Power Stereo Microscope

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The M27LED Series TRI-POWER design offers three magnifications in one stereo microscope. You can change from 10X, 20X and 30X with one smooth, click-stop movement. The corded M27LED provides individual or simultaneous top and bottom LED illumination. These features, plus wide-field 10XD eyepieces, produce quality images. This series is ideal for elementary, middle and high school classrooms.
Note: This series is discontinued by the manufacturer and available only while supplies last.
  • 1X, 2X, and 3X
  • Paired widefield eyepieces are 45° inclined, with diopter adjustment. Interpupillary adjustment from 55mm to 75mm.
  • Interlocked eyepiece tubes with diopter for increased focus acuity.
  • Paired objectives are parfocalled, parcentered, and achromatic.
  • Magnification changed by rotating objective turret to positive click stop.
  • LED illumination provides bright, white light with virtually no heat.
  • Top light adjusts for optimal lighting angles.
  • Variable transbase illumination allows user to control brightness.
  • Easy-to-replace LED illumination is energy-efficient and rarely requires bulb replacement.
  • Dual illumination switches allow for 3 light settings.
  • Rack and pinion focusing with slip clutch and tension adjustment.
  • "Slip-clutch" system prevents users from damaging the focusing mechanism.
  • 80mm reversible black/white plastic contrast plate and 100mm frosted glass stage plate.
  • Blue filter for transmitted light.
  • Locked-on stage clips.
  • Rugged, cast metal frame.
  • Height: 11-1/2 in. (293mm)
  • Base: 8-1/4 x 5 in. (210mm x 123mm)  Net wt.: 6.1 lbs. (13.4 kgs)
  • Molded styrofoam container eyeshields and vinyl dustcover. 
  • Individual: Ship wt. 10 lbs. (4.5 kgs), Dimensions 22x16x9 in. (56x41x23 cm.) 
  • Master carton pack 4 each: Ship wt. 54 lbs. (24.5 kgs), Dimensions 33x18x15 in. (84x46x38 cm.)

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