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Levenhuk Rainbow D50L PLUS 2M Digital Microscope, Moonstone
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- Digital microscope with 64–1280x magnification
- 2Mpx digital camera included
- 2x Barlow lens included
- Sturdy and durable body made of metal
- Upper and lower LED illumination systems
- Experiment kit included
- Comes with a handy plastic case
Modern technologies that enter the optical equipment market significantly increase our possibilities. With Levenhuk Rainbow D50L PLUS 2M Digital Microscope, Moonstone you can not only observe plant and animal cells or microorganisms, but also save the results of your studies by making pictures and videos of observed samples. The kit includes everything needed for conducting interesting experiments with the microscope. You can easily share your discoveries with others by posting received images or videos on Facebook, Instagram, and other social websites.
The kit includes three objective lenses: 4x, 10x, and 40xs. The most powerful objective has a special spring-loaded mechanism that protects the optics from mechanical damage. Even if you, while focusing, accidently lower the objective too far, the spring-loaded lens will slightly retract, preventing any damage to the optics or sample. 2x Barlow lens doubles the magnification of any objective you use. The microscope maximum magnification power is 1280x!
The optics are made of quality optical glass coated with special anti-reflective coating for better light transition. The produced images are always contrast and highly detailed.
The microscope comes with a modern 2Mpx digital camera. The camera should be installed in place of an eyepiece and then connected to the computer. The magnified images will be displayed on your PC monitor. A child can show some especially interesting samples to parents and friends. A teacher can show all the steps of an experiment to pupils. And, of course, the camera allows you to make beautiful images and videos of observed objects.
The microscope is equipped with two LED illumination sources. The lower lighting is used to observe transparent samples such as the thinnest slices of animal and plant tissues or microorganisms in a drop of aquarium water. Opaque objects, for example cloth or paper, should be observed with upper illumination. To study semi-transparent samples you will need both upper and lower illumination. You can also adjust the brightness to achieve the best possible view of a particular sample.
Durable and convenient body
The microscope body is made of metal – that’s why the microscope is highly reliable and suitable for frequent use. For the user’s convenience, the head is inclined at an angle of 45 degrees and also rotates 360 degrees around its axis. This feature comes in very handy when working in a group – you don’t need to move the microscope itself; just turn the head.
The microscope can run on AC power, as well as on standard batteries included in the kit. The camera is powered via USB cable.
Caution: Please refer to the specifications table for the correct mains voltage and never attempt to plug a 110V device into 220V outlet and vice versa without using a converter. Remember that mains voltage in the U.S. and Canada is 110V and 220-240V in most European countries.
Levenhuk K50 Experiment Kit will be especially useful for those just taking the first steps into the wonderful world of the Microcosm. The kit includes ready-to-use slides, special tools for making your own samples, and a very helpful user guide with recommendations, tips, and experiment descriptions.
The plastic case included in the package allows you to keep the microscope and all the accessories in one place so that nothing gets lost. It also protects the instrument during transportation.
The kit includes:
- Objectives: 4x, 10x and 40xs
- Eyepiece: WF16x
- 2x Barlow lens
- Stage with clips
- Diaphragm disk
- Built-in upper and lower LED illuminations
- AC adapter
- 2 AA batteries
- Plastic case
- Levenhuk K50 Experiment Kit
- 2Mpx digital camera
- Levenhuk software for Windows
- USB cable
- User manual and lifetime warranty
Levenhuk K50 Experiment Kit includes:
- “Attractive Microscope. Scrutinizing the Microcosm” User Guide
- Hatchery for Artemia (brine shrimp, or sea-monkeys)
- Flask with yeast
- Flask with pitch
- Flask with sea salt
- Flask with brine shrimp
- 5 ready-to-use specimens
- 5 blank slides
- Dust cover
|Optics material||optical glass|
|Eyepiece tube diameter, mm||23.2|
|Objectives||4х, 10х, 40хs (spring)|
|Revolving nosepiece||3 objectives|
|Stage, mm||90×90, with clips|
|Stage moving range, using focusing mechanism, mm||0–11, vertical|
|Diaphragm||diaphragm disk (6 apertures)|
|Power source||110 V/50 Hz or 2 AA batteries|
|Usage location||eyepiece tube (replaces the eyepiece)|
|Image format||*.bmp, *.jpg, *.jpeg, *.png, *.tif, *.tiff, *.gif, *.psd, *.ico, *.emf, etc.|
|Method of exposure||ERS (Electronic Rolling Shutter)|
|Programmable options||image size, brightness, exposure control|
|Camera slot||USB 2.0, 480Mb/s|
|System requirements||Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 (32 and 64 bit),|
processor up to 2.8GHz Intel Core 2 or higher, USB 2.0 port
|Camera power supply||USB cable|
|Usage||General use product.|
May be used by kids
over 3 years old.
|Application||School Research, Hobby|
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