The Celestron Labs CB2000CF Binocular Compound Microscope offers all the advanced features you’re looking for at an economical price.
With 10x and 20x eyepieces and 4 included objective lenses (4x, 10x, 40x and 100x), you’ll achieve magnification ranging from 40x to 2000x.
A compound microscope also often called a biological microscope) gets its name from its use of several lenses in series to provide its high magnifications.
Usually there are two lenses used to produce an image: the objective and the eyepiece. Each lens has a magnification rating and the overall power of the microscope is calculated by multiplying the objective’s power by the eyepiece’s power.
Compound scopes often have turrets mounting multiple (2-5) objectives just above where the object to be viewed is positioned, so magnifications can be quickly switched by rotating the turret to a lower- or higher-powered objective. The lowest-power objectives have shorter barrels.
|Type of Microscope:||Compound Binocular|
|Head:||Binocular with 360° rotatable 45° incline and interpipilary distance adjustability|
|Eyepiece(s) Magnification:||(1) 10x and (1) 20x (10x with pointer)|
|Eyepiece(s) Diameter:||23.2mm (.91″)|
|Objective(s) Magnification:||(4) 4x, 10x, 40x, 100x immersion, all achromatic|
|Objective(s) Thread:||4/5″ x 1/36″|
|Focus Type(s):||Rack and pinion, coarse and fine focus (individual dials)|
|Focus Travel (per rotation):||0.1mm (.004″)|
|Magnification Range:||40x to 2000x (40x, 80x, 100x, 200x, 400x, 800x, 1000x and 2000x)|
|Illumination Adjustability Mechanism:||Dial|
|Power Source:||Universal AC 100-240V adapter and interchangeable plugs of type A, C, G, and I configurations|
|Stage:||Mechanical stage, 110mm x 120mm (4.3″ x 4.7″)|
|Condenser Type:||Abbe with Iris adjustment|
|Included Items:||3 color filters (blue, white opaque, green)
Immersion oil ,br/> 10 Prepared Slides:
1. Wall of stomach, sec.
2. Stratified flat epithelium, sec.
3. Testis, sec.
4. Aspergillus, w.m.
5. Rhizopus nigricans, w.m.
6. Small intestine, c.s.
7. Lily anther, c.s.
8. Hydrilla verticallata, w.m.
9. Spirogyra, w.m.
10. Lily ovary, c.s.