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Compound and Teaching Microscope

Apollo Educational Teaching Microscopes
Brand : Medline

Monocular Teaching microscope with achromatic objectives. Available microscope type equipped with additional teaching ports.

Focus II Monocular Teaching Microscopes
Brand : Medline

Monocular microscope supplied with a 10x18 mm eyepiece, a pre-centred focusable Abbe NA1.25 condenser and achromatic objectives - 4x, 10x, and 40x. The optical head is inclined at 45° and turns through 360° while the mechanical stage allows for full X-Y movement of the slide during use. Multiple illumination element type available.

Colt Compound and Teaching Microscopes
Brand : Medline

The Colt series of microscopes from Ceti is an excellent choice for introducing students into the world of biological microscopy. Available in a choice of Monocular, Binocular or Trincoular configerations with additional options for Phase contrast, Polaristaion and Darkfield observation techniques.

Akropol Microscopes for Polarization
Brand : Medline

The Akropol from CETi is an effective introductory model for educational applications whereby samples need to be viewed through polarised light.

Max-II Compound and Teaching Microscopes
Brand : Medline

The Max Bino II provides a cost effective model ideal for under and post graduate teaching laboratories. It is also ideally suited  as a routine bench top microscope for general purpose slide examinations where prolonged usage is not the norm. The unit has been designed to the latest demanding specifications to provide an ergonomic unit for daily usage. The unit is compact enough to allow for storage and handling between different locations within a teaching environment.

Magnum Compound Microscopes
Brand : Medline

The Magnum series is based on a robust T shaped base design to ensure maximum stability with modern ergonomic features to allow for prolonged routine vieiwing on a a daily basis.
The series offers great flexibility in the types of illumination sources available, including Brightfield, Darkfield, Polarisation, Phase contrast and Flouresence.
All varaiants are available with a trinocular port to allow for athe attachment of a digital camera sysyem for recording and analysing the image under examination.