GXM-L3230BDDIG, Trinocular, Research, Materials Upright Microscope, 1080p 11" Screen

Product no.: 0526

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A substantial, top quality materials microscope equipped with infinity optics, darkfield / brightfield incident illumination and transmitted light. It also has a trinocular head ready for the attachment of a digital camera. This microscope includes a full set of high quality infinity BD plan achromatic materials objectives on a modern reversed objective turret. Specimens can placed on the mechanical stage with ergonomically positioned controls for XY stage and focus control. 
The focussing tension can be adjusted and a focus lock protects the objectives from damage. Illumination is provided from an integral reflected light illuminator with a 50W halogen lamp with adjustable intensity, darkfield / brightfield insert field and aperture diaphragms, polariser and set of Y, G, B and diffusion filters. Transmitted light is from a 50W halogen lamp with adjustable intensity and field diaphragm for koehler illumination, projected through an adjustable aperture condenser on a rack and pinion with a blue and diffusion filters supplied. Microscope comes complete with 1/4 & 1 Wavelength Retardation Plates, Quartz Wedge, Bertrand Lens.
This microscope is built on GX microscopes latest and highly acclaimed L3200 series research microscope frame which provides high stability and a durable platform suitable for the most demanding of applications. Options include a range of camera adapters, digital 
cameras, image analysis software, additional objectives and eyepieces.
Includes the GXCAM-HICHROMESII HDMI High Resolution 1080P Live Camera Direct with Display also USB With SD Storage - C-Mount - No Computer Needed but it does also include a USB link to PC and the superb GXCapture software suite.  This stunning camera has a unique internal dual processor design producing fantastic colour images with no flicker.  It connects direct to any HDMI display displaying 2.0MP (1920x1080) resolution images live at an amazing 60 frames per second.  Superb performance in fluorescence.  Simply the very best, truest colour, sharp, live image you can get for microscopy.  To capture a 6MP image simply press the button to store onto a removable SD card.  Perfect for industry, teaching, displays, demonstrations and collaborative work. 
Camera Specifications

1080P 2.0MP (1920x1080) resolution images live at an 60 frames per second

3246X1836 still resolution 6MP

Records 720P resolution video sequences at 12.5FPS

Exceptionally good at low light imaging, especially fluorescence.

Storage to removable SD card

USB Connection to PC with full functionality via the GXCapture software suite

Requires widescreen monitor 16:9 aspect ratio with HDMI input and HDMI cable

Over 200 functions with GXCapture including flat field live correction, extended focus,image stitching, annotations with calibrated scalebars and image analysis.

On screen menus for setting gain, white balance, colour, format and all other controls


Additional product information

Brand and ID Number GX Microscopes by GT Vision Ltd Product ID0526
Eyepieces and Objectives 10X Widefield Eyepieces, 4 Plan Achromatic; BD, Infinity corrected, Long Working Distance Objectives, 5X, 10X, 20X, 40X (spring)
Head Trinocular head, 30 degree inclined eyepiece tubes, with interpupillary distance adjustment. 1080p Camera/Screen attaches via C-mount adapter to the trinocular photoport
Stand & Focus Mechanism Substantial Stand, with coaxial Coarse/Fine Focus Mechanism, Tension Adjustable, Limit Stopper
Stage and Condenser Abbe Condenser on Rack and Pinion
Illumination Transmitted and Reflected light provided by a 50W halogen lamp with adjustable intensity
Camera 1080P GXCAM HICHROMESMII Camera with attached 11" Screen
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