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Professional digital laboratory microscope

The microscope head is a core element of the microscope that you look through to see a magnified sample
40 — 1600
How much the size of a sample increases when you observe it through a microscope
Application and use of the microscope

Product ID 76185
Brand Levenhuk, Inc., USA
Warranty lifetime
EAN 2400000042488
Package size (LxWxH) 26x23x41
Shipping Weight 3.75

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The Levenhuk D320L 3.1M Digital Monocular Microscope is ideal for biochemical, pathologo-anatomic, cytologic, hematologic, urologic, dermatologic, biologic, and general clinical research in medical laboratories. This series is intended for making observations and morphological studies of specimens in transmitted light using the bright field method.

It is ideal for medical laboratories and colleges that cannot afford the binocular model (1.5 times more expensive).

The Levenhuk D320L is equipped with a built-in illumination bulb that allows you to adjust the brightness. Other features: Immersion, two-lens 1.25 Abbe condenser and four achromatic objectives.

The Levenhuk D320L is a professional laboratory microscope. With its affordable price, it features a coordinate moving stage, an Abbe condenser, integrated coarse and fine adjustment screws, sharpness adjustment, and wide field eyepieces.

Included in the package is a Levenhuk D320L Digital Camera, 3M pixels, USB 2.0 exclusively designed for use with the microscope. It allows making a digital picture of an object as observed in the microscope, transferring it to the PC and saving it in the desired format.

Levenhuk software, which allows viewing and editing of the received images, is included in the package. The latest version of Levenhuk software for Windows supports eight languages: English, French, German, Polish, Russian, Simplified Chinese,Traditional Chinese, Turkish.

USB cable is used as camera power supply and for connection with a PC. Compatible OS: Windows, Linux, Mac OS.

The kit includes:

  • Levenhuk digital biological microscope
  • Levenhuk digital camera
  • Objectives: 4x, 10x, 40x, 100x Oil
  • Eyepieces: WF10x, WF16x
  • Abbe condenser
  • Immersion oil
  • Software installation CD (auto setup guide, drivers, software for image visualization, fixation and processing)
  • USB cable
  • Power cable*
  • User manual and lifetime warranty

* 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.

Some things you can see under a microscope:

Levenhuk D320L 3.1M Digital Monocular Microscope is also compatible with other Levenhuk digital cameras (additional cameras are purchased separately). Levenhuk cameras are installed in the eyepiece tube instead of an eyepiece.

Product ID 76185
Brand Levenhuk, Inc., USA
Warranty lifetime
EAN 2400000042488
Package size (LxWxH) 26x23x41
Shipping Weight 3.75
Type digital, light/optical, biological
Head monocular
Optics material optical glass
Magnification, x 40 — 1600
Eyepiece tube diameter, mm 23.2
Eyepieces WF10x, WF16x
Objectives 4x/0.1; 10x/0.25; 40x/0.65; 100x/1.25 (immersion)
Revolving nosepiece for 4 objectives
Condenser Abbe N.A. 1.25
Diaphragm iris
Focus coaxial with coarse and fine adjustment
Body metal, painted
Illumination halogen
Power supply 220V/50Hz
Additional built-in IR filter
Image *.jpg, *.bmp, *.png, *.tif, *.gif, *.psd, *.ico, etc.
Application laboratory/medical
Illumination location lower
Research method bright field
Digital camera included
Megapixels 3
Sensor element 1/2"
Pixel size, μm 3.2x3.2
Video format *.wmv, *.h264, *.avi (record); *.wmv, *.asf, *.avi, *.mp4, *.m4v, *.3gp, *.3g2, *.3gpp, *.mov, *.mkv, *.flv, *.rm, *.rmvb, *.h264, *.h265 (read only)
Spectral range, nm 400–650
White balance manual, automatic
Exposure control manual, automatic
Sensitivity, V/lux-sec@550nm 1.5
Frame rate up to 11 frames per second
Dynamic range, dB 75
Usage location eyepiece tube (replaces an eyepiece)
Method of exposure ERS (Electronic Rolling Shutter)
Software, drivers USB 2.0 driver, Levenhuk camera software
Programmable options image size, brightness, shutter time
Output USB 2.0, 480 Mbps
System requirements OS Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 (32 and 64 bit), MAC 10.6-10.10, Linux 2.6*; 2.8GHz Intel Core 2 and above, USB 2.0
Camera power supply via USB Cable 2.0
Camera operating temperature range, °С -30...+70
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