MT9900 Series Polarizing Microscope from Meiji

Meiji Techno's brand new polarized microscopes are the MT9900 Series with incident and transmitted illumination among other features. The MT9900 Series employ all new and improved strain free S. Plan optics. Meiji Techno's ICOS™ (Infinity Corrected Optical System) makes the study of thin sections and other mounted samples fast and easy while delivering an excellent cost-to-performance ratio.

Features include:

VIEWING HEADS

Model MA952 is the Siedentopf-type binocular head and Model MA953 is the trinocular head for camera integration. Each head has the 23.2mm eyetubes inclined at 30 degrees with the left eyetube having graduated diopter settings. The interpupillary distance is adjustable between 53mm - 75mm. An 80/20 beamsplitter for the trinocular tube can be engaged for photo work. Each head has the new integrated reticle angle compensation system. When the IP distance or number is changed, the crossline reticle remains perpendicular in the FOV.

EYEPIECES

10X Widefield High Eyepoint eyepieces F.N.20 are standard. A Widefield High Eyepoint 10X focusable eyepiece that has a 21mm crossline reticule and guide pin is also available.

OBJECTIVE CHANGER

The smooth-operating, ball bearing mounted, quadruple nosepiece provides effortless objective changes.

OBJECTIVES

Meiji Techno offers an assortment of S.Planachromat Infinity Corrected objectives for Transmitted Light or Incident Light .

STAGE

Ceramic coated 360 degree rotatable fully indexed stage with vernier and stage clips. Stage Dimensions.

CONDENSER

All new Strain Free Abbe N.A. 1.25 condenser with iris in dovetail mount.

ILLUMINATION

Powerful 30 watt Koehler halogen illumination in either transmitted and/or vertical incident, provides enhanced image quality and brightness for the observation of specimens.

POLARIZING ACESSORIES

All MT9000 Series come standard with 1/4 wave plate, Bertrand lens and first order red plate. Optional Senarmont compensator and quartz wedges are available along with attachable point counting stage.