Monocular microscope

MML1000 series - Transmitted light microscopes for laboratory, teaching and production

Transmitted light monocular microscope MML1200

Transmitted light monocular microscope MML1200

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Key features
Applications
Key features

A strong start

Monocular microscopes are compact, inexpensive and ideal for many applications in laboratory, teaching and production. The solid weight of the microscope series provides stability even in harsh environments. The durable precision mechanics ensures optimal laboratory work for many years. We give extended warranty on case, optics and mechanics.

  • 45 ° inclined viewing for ergonomic work
  • 360° rotating optical head
  • Sturdy metal tripod ensures high stability
  • Coarse and fine adjustment facilitates precise working
  • Integrated illumination
  • A wide range of accessories is available
Applications

Typical applications

  • Quality control
  • Incoming inspection
  • Sampling
  • Simple laboratory applications
  • Simple clinical applications
  • Education: Popular school experiments for microscopy

Model specifications

 Optical equipmentIlluminationSpecial featuresApplication
MML120010x wide field eyepiece
Objectives (achromatic)
4x/NA 0.10
10x/NA 0.25
40x/NA 0.65
6 V 10 W bright-field
Abbe condenser
-Schools
Training
Simple laboratory applications
MML130010x wide field eyepiece
Objectives (achromatic)
4x/NA 0.10
10x/NA 0.25
40x/NA 0.65
6 V 10 W bright-field
Abbe condenser, adjustable
Adjustable illuminationSchools
Training
Simple laboratory applications
MML140010x Weitfeldokular
Objektive (achromatisch)
4x/NA 0,10
10x/NA 0,25
40x/NA 0,65
100x/NA 1,25 Öl
6 V 10 W bright-field
Abbe condenser, adjustable
Adjustable illumination
4x objective turret
Schools
Training
Simple laboratory applications

Microscope camera

Professional imaging - pixel-fox is the clever imaging package with a digital microscope camera and software - for taking, measuring, saving and documenting images.

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How does a Microscope work?

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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