Polarising microscope with trinocular head
Polarised light microscopy provides all the benefits of bright field microscopy and offers a wealth of information which simply is not available with any other optical microscopy technique. Examples are refractive indices, birefringence, retardation, extinction angle and pleochroism. It is best known for its geological applications, primarily for the study of minerals in thin rock sections, but it can also be used to study many other materials.
Optika polarising microscopes offer a complete system for your laboratory analysis, including polariser and analyser filter, Bertrand lens for conoscopic observation, compensator plates and high-precision rotatable stages. The X-LED³ illumination system provides a high-intensity light source which delivers bright and clear images.
Head Trinocular 30° inclined, 360°
Eyepieces Plan wide field, PL 10x/ 22
Bertrand lens Swing-out type, centrable (for Conoscopy/ Orthoscopy)
Nosepiece Quadruple, reversed, with centering system for each objective
Objectives W-Plan IOS POL 4x,10x, 20x and 40x
Focusing system Coaxial coarse and fine
Stage 145mm diameter, 360° rotating, lockable and centrable with stop knob
Condenser N.A. 0.2/0.9, swing-out, with centering system and 360° rotating polariser
Illumination X-LED³ (3.6W) manual brightness control