Stereo microscopes with zoom objective

KSW5000 series

Stereo microscope KSW5000 Gemmology

Stereo microscope KSW5000 Gemmology

Stereo microscope KSW5000-T-K-W horizontal Gemmology

Stereo microscope KSW5000-T-K-W horizontal Gemmology

Stereo microscope KSW5000-T-K-W perpendicular Gemmology

Stereo microscope KSW5000-T-K-W perpendicular Gemmology

Key features
Key features

For professional gemmologists

The microscopes of the KSW5000 series are particularly suitable for the professional investigation of gemstones. Due to the large zoom range, the large working distance and the large depth of focus, a very pleasant work in many areas is possible. It offers a stepless zoom from 7 to 45x. The robust metal housing facilitates reliable work even in harsh environments. Various eyepieces and auxiliary lenses for adjusting the magnification and working distance are available as accessories. The microscopes of this series are equipped with darkfield and stone tongs, partly also with cuvette table and polarization device.

  • Very pleasant working due to large zoom range and large working distance
  • Stepless zoom from 7 to 45x, optionally expandable to 90x
  • Great depth of field
  • With dark field and stone pincers, partly also with cuvette table and polarisation device
  • Incident and transmitted light (depending on the equipment)
  • Robust metal housing

Model specifications

 KSW5000KSW5000-TKSW5000-T-K-W
OPTICAL HEAD45° inclined
Adjustable interocular distance 51–75 mm
Dioptric compensation
OBJECTIVES0.7- 4.5x zoom lenses, object field 28.6–4.44 mm
EYEPIECES10x wide-field eyepieces, field of view 20
MAGNIFICATION7-45x, optionally expandable to 14-90x
WORKING DISTANCEApproximately 90 mm
CONDENSERDark field condenser with locking device for stone pincers
ILLUMINATIONLED incident and transmitted light
Darkfield illumination
LED incident and transmitted light
Darkfield illumination
LED transmitted light
LED cold light source with light conductor
Darkfield illumination
STANDMetal
SPECIAL EQUIPMENTStone pincers
Preparation brackets
Base plate black or white changeable
Phototube
Stone pincers
Preparation brackets
Base plate black or white changeable
Phototube
Stone pincers
Preparation brackets
Base plate black or white changeable
Polarisation device
Glass cuvette
Cuvette table
Horizontal mounting of microscope head possible
POWER SUPPLY230 V, optional 115 V
MODEL-SPECIFIC EQUIPMENT IN TYPE DESIGNATION
T = Trinocular/phototube
K = Cold light source
W = Horizontal construction

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Gemmo-Shop

The A.KRÜSS gemmology shop offers a wide range of analysers for professional use in gemology. All gemmological microscopes listed here can be purchased directly from our Gemmo shop.

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