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National DC20-420T-LED HD Digital Zoom Stereo Microscope

SKU: DC20-420T-LED
Regular Price: $1,767.00
On Sale For: $1,595.00
The National Optica DC20-420T-LED digital stereo zoom microscope provides 10x - 40x zoom range and the HD camera offers a high speed frame rate.

  • Objective Lenses: Achromatic 1x - 4x objectives provide continuous magnification from 10x - 40x when using the provided 10x eyepieces.Camera views the same magnification.
  • Eyepieces: Widefield 10x eyepieces are 45° inclined, with dual diopter adjustments, interpupillary adjustment from 55mm to 75mm. Viewing head rotates 360º.
  • Total Magnification: Continuous zoom range of 10x - 40x
    • Stand: Post stand has built in top (12v 15w halogen) and bottom (5w fluorescent) illuminators. Each illuminator has its own intensity control and each operates independently of the other. Includes two stage clips. Two 80mm stage plates are included: frosted glass and black/white stage plates.
    • Focusing: Large dual focusing knobs with slip clutch to prevent damage to mechanism. Tension adjustment eliminates focus “drift”.
    • Illumination: Top and bottom lights are LED. Lights operate together or independently. Microscope is 110~220V.
    • Size & Weight: 6.75" x 9.5" x 13.4" high, 12 lbs.
    • Warranty: 5-Year warranty. Camera has a 1-year warranty. Software has 90-day warranty.

    CAMERA SPECIFICATIONS:

    • HDMI Output 1080P
    • CMOS Sensor
    • Active Pixels: 1920 x 1080
    • SD Card Slot Interface: USB 2.0 or HDMI
    • Captures moving images at 30 frames per second.
    • Software can be downloaded for use with compouter.
    • Images can be captured and saved as either .jpg, .bmp or .mig files.

    SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS :

    • Windows XP or above, MAC OSX
    • Intel Pentium
    • 1 Ghz processor, video card: 128MB
    • RAM 512 MB or above
    • CD-ROM drive
    • USB 2.0
     

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