Pivoting stereo microscope with zoom objective lens

KSW8000 series

Stereo microscope KSW8000 gemmology

Stereo microscope KSW8000 gemmology

Key features
Applications
Key features

Pivoting stereo microscope with zoom objective lens

The KSW8000 microscope is the perfect support for professional gemmologists. Its modern lighting system consists of a combination of transmitted light, incident light and darkfield LED lighting as well as integrated daylighting. The body and head of the microscope can be rotated 360 °, and the tripod can be tilted up to 90 °. The 7-45x magnification is infinitely zoomable over the entire range. A wide selection of accessories, such as Steinzange, plan lens with iris diaphragm, polarization device and Immersionsküvette offers maximum flexibility.

  • Modern lighting system: Combination of transmitted light, incident light and darkfield LED lighting as well as integrated daylighting
  • Body and head can be rotated 360 °
  • Tripod can be tilted up to 90 °
  • Magnification 7-45x infinitely zoomable over the whole range
  • Maximum flexibility
  • Wide range of accessories, such as stone pincers, plan lens with iris diaphragm, polarization device and immersion cuvette
Applications

Typical applications

The KSW8000 series microscopes are ideal for viewing and accurately inspecting shaped gemstones and minerals or for optical magnification in engraving and repair work (watchmakers, jewelery, electronics, etc.). Thanks to the swiveling stand ergonomic work is significantly facilitated.

Model specifications

Optical equipmentIlluminationSpecial featuresApplication
10x wide-field eyepieces
0.7-4.5x zoom objective
45° insight
90° tiltable
360° pivotable
LED incident and transmitted light
Extra fiber optic light guide
Dark-field with iris diaphragm
Stone holder
Phototube
Gemmology
Diamond and
gemstone examination

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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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The microscope was invented around 1600 in the Netherlands and has undergone continuous development ever since. With the advent of electron microscopes, light microscopes have been declared dead numerous times.Yet these predictions have proven overly hasty.

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