Bresser Erudit Basic Bino 40x-400x Microscope - 51-02200

by Bresser
$ 281.95
SKU 51-02200
BARCODE

Description

The Bresser Erudit Basic Bino is a versatile biological microscope with binocular head. Observing with both eyes makes viewing more comfortable and ergonomic and improves detail recognition. With its high quality optics it is the perfect choice for use in school or hobby. With battery powered LED lighting it can be used anywhere, e.g. for fieldwork or excursions.

The microscope can be used on a great variety of subjects, for example thin sections, pond life, or blood smears. It is also a useful tool to look at parasites of pets and livestock (e.g. coccidia, helminths, skin and fur parasites). Three magnifications (40x, 100x, 400x) deliver good resolution to see small details. There is no need to work with immersion oil. The achromatic DIN objectives deliver sharp images with nice detail. The 40x objective is spring loaded to minimize the risk of damage to specimen or objective. The BRESSER Erudit Basic bino comes with a sturdy case for transport and storage, as well as with a smartphone holder for easy and convenient documentation of microscopic images and video.

Features

  • Battery powered long life LED light for mobile use
  • Coarse and fine focus, coaxial
  • Coaxial mechanical desk
  • Adjustable Abbe condenser with diaphragm and filter holder
  • Comfortable eyepiece tube, 360° rotatable

Spec

Item Number 51–02200
Magnification from 40
Magnification up to 400
Power supply 1.5V Batteries
Batteries needed 3x AA (LR6), 1.5V
Focusing system Coarse and fine focuser
XY cross stage High-End XY Stage with single hand operation
Body Material Aluminum/plastic

Warranty

Limited USA One Year Warranty when product is registered within 60 days of purchase. Click Here to register. Explore Alliance members can protect their investment year after year with the Explore Care benefit, and depending on your level of membership you can quality for advanced replacement. 

Care and Maintenance

Substances like immersion oils, balsams, paraffin, grease, and dust can build up on your microscope and its optics, and like any optical instrument, once they become dirty you start to lose contrast and resolution of fine details. Mechanical stages and focus mechanisms sometimes need adjustment, binocular heads sometimes lose collimation, illuminators need cleaning and repairing, etc.

The best way to keep your BRESSER Microscope optics clean is to clean them yourself after each use. Occasionally you may require a Professional Cleaning of your Microscope. Click this link to learn more.