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CX31 Microscopes

ProductsCX31 Microscopes
Company Olympus America Diagnostics
Item CX31 Microscopes
Features Solid, easy to operate and reliable for routine clinical and educational users. Newly-developed infinity corrected Plan C Achromat objectives offer exceptional flatness producing sharp, clear images right up the edge of the field of view (4x, 10x, 40x, 100x oil). Preset package economically priced for educational institutions. Anti-fungus treatment helps protect optical parts even in high humidity regions. Inward-facing, quadruple, revolving nosepiece improves access and makes for quick, easy slide changes. Fixed Abbe condenser N.A. 1.25, centerable and focusable for Khler illumination. A 6V/30W halogen bulb provides ample illumination for any observation. Ergonomically designed frame with low positioned coarse and fine focusing controls, analyzer slot for linear polarized light, and convenient handgrips at the front and back for transportation; integrated field stop. Built in right hand stage with rackless design, low positioned X,Y controls with ergogrips to facilitate operation.
Description The CX31 continue the outstanding worldwide reputation of the CH2 microscopes in medical and educational arenas, now with UIS infinity-corrected optics. The CX models improve all-around performance and even greater cost efficiency over previous models.
Info Olympus America DiagnosticsCall Olympus America Diagnostics to buy products (US and Canada only; other locations use number below) USACanada1-866-651-9837

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