The RZB-P combines Meiji's CMO type zoom stereo microscope body with binocular microscope head and plain stand for a research stereo microscope of exacting quality. Please call for a large large variety of optional items including alternative illumination.
RZ-B Microscope Body
The RZ-B is the central component of any RZ system. The zoom optics have a 10:1 zoom ratio and a base zoom magnification of 7.5x to 75x with a 1.0x main objective. Depending on your selection of eyepieces and objectives, this translates into an total magnification range of 3.75x to 300x. The zoom controls indicate magnification at 12 positive click-stops throughout the zoom range, making photograph framing and measuring easily repeatable and consistent. Dual-iris diaphragms offer excellent control over resolution, contrast, and depth of field. The zoom optics are housed in a rugged aluminum alloy body for increased stability and durability, and all components are coated with an anti-static finish to protect sensitive specimens.
Choose from one of five plan achromat objective lenses: 0.5x, 0.75x, 1.0x, 1.5x or 2.0x.
There are two types of viewing head. MA748 standard binocular head is inclined 45° with an interpupillary adjustment range of 46mm-75mm. Alternatively, MA749 Ergonomic head offers adjustable viewing angles through 10°-50°, also with 52mm-75mm interpupillary adjustment.
Choose two eyepieces from a selection of Ultra Widefield eyepieces: 10x/FN24, 15x/FN16 or 20x/FN12 all with reticle mounts. All eyepieces are high eyepoint and focusable. Please call for optional reticles.
<Plain stand with aluminum alloy base, anti-static finish, safety collar, 94.5mm diameter reversible black and white stage plate, and two stage clips. Pillar 280mm x 255mm x 35mm. Pillar height: 325mm.
In this configuration, we offer the optional 6V 30W vertical coaxial illumination system. This system requires the coaxial illuminator, 3/4" waveplate and transformer. Please check all three boxes when adding to cart. Alternatively, please call for a wide variety of alternative illumination.