Eclipse 50i POL
|Main body optical system:||CFI60 infinity objectives|
|Main body illumination:||6V-30W halogen lamp; 6V-30W built-in transformer; built-in ND8 filter|
|Main body focusing:||Coaxial course/fine focus knob; Focus stroke: 30mm; Coarse: 13.8mm per rotation; fine: 0.1mm; Minimum reading: in 1µm increments|
|Eyepiece:||10x (F.O.V. 22mm), CM type with crosshair and micrometer scale|
|Eyepiece tube:||P-TT Trinocular Tube for polarizing microscopy; P-TB Binocular Tube for polarizing microscopy|
|Intermediate tube:||Built-in focusable Bertrand lens removable from optical path; switchable Conoscopic/Orthoscopic observations; built-in Analyzer; Plate/compensator slot|
|Analyzer:||360° rotary dial; Minimum reading at angle 0.1°|
|Nosepiece:||Reversed centering quintuple nosepiece (detachable); DIN slot|
|Stage:||Ball-bearing rotary stage; Rotatable 360° horizontally; can be fixed at a specific position; Graduated 360° (in 1° increments); Attachable mechanical stage: 35x25mm travel; vernier 0.1mm|
|Condenser:||Dedicated strain-free swing-out type; P Achromat N.A. 0.9|
|Objectives:||CFI P Achromat 4x, 10x, 20x, 40x, 100x; CFI LU Plan Fluor Epi P 5x, 10, 20x, 50x, 100x|
|Episcopic illuminator:||LV-UEPI Universal Epi Illuminator*|
|Compensators:||Standard 1/4 Lambda and tint plate, quartz wedge or Sernamont compensator can be inserted into intermediate tube slot|
|Weight:||Approx. 14kg (standard binocular set)|
* The Eclipse LV100 POL accommodates a 12V-50W illumination transformer, while the 50i POL requires an external power supply and lamphouse.
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