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WiFi Digital Microscope Closeout Special

Wifi Digital Microscope
Regular Price: $725.00
On Sale For: $595.00
CLOSE OUT SPECIAL - limited quantity, when these WiFi microscopes are gone, the great deal is gone!

The Richter Optica WiFi digital high power laboratory biological microscope offers high quality optics at an affordable price point.

  • Objective Lenses: DIN standard Achromat 4x, 10x, 40xR objectives. All microscope objectives are parfocalled, parcentered and color-coded. Inclined 45º viewing head rotates 360º for easy repositioning. Straight tube holds c-mount adapter and WiFi digital camera.
  • Eyepieces: Widefield 10x eyepiece / FN 18mm.
  • Total Magnification: 40x, 100x, 400x.
  • C-Mount: Includes 0.5x C-Mount Adapter for mounting microscope camera.
  • Specimen Stage: Large 120mm x 110mm stage with locked-on, spring mounted stage clips, drilled and tapped to accept optional mechanical stage. The mechanical stage helps to maneuver slides easier, providing 2 knobs for X-Y control.
  • Focusing: Rack and pinion coarse focus with tension adjustment, slip clutch and separate fine focus knob. Tension adjustment eliminates stage drift. Safety rack stop prevents damage to slides and objectives.
  • Illumination: LED illumination with on/off switch and intensity control. Rather than just 1 LED light beneath the stage, this microscope has 3 LED lights providing cool and bright illumination. Cordless microscope runs on rechargeable batteries (included) and includes recharger. Microscope can be plugged in and run off the 100~240V recharger.
  • WiFi Camera:
    • 1.3 megapixel camera
    • Connects via its own WiFi, you do not need to be on a network to use this camera.
    • Captures image 1280 x 1024
    • Includes Motic Images Software for image capture and measurement.
    • Includes USB cable.
    • Camera must be plugged in to power source to operate.
    • Use free Android or iOS App with camera.
  • Size & Weight: 17.5" H, 7" deep, 5.25" wide, 8 lbs.
  • Warranty: 5-year warranty on microscope, 1 year on camera.