Levenhuk MED PRO 600 Fluo is a professional laboratory microscope for observing in a bright field or conducting research using the fluorescent method. It is excellent for studying living microorganisms at the molecular, cellular, and subcellular levels. The Levenhuk MED PRO 600 Fluo fluorescence microscope is a good choice for retrofitting a medical or research laboratory.
Semi-apochromatic optics and wide-field eyepieces render a clear, detailed, and bright image. You can use this microscope for classic "dry" observations. In addition, it allows for observations using immersion methods. To enhance the image contrast, light filters are recommended (three filters are included). The trinocular head is inclined at 30°. The trinocular head consists of a binocular visual part and an ocular tube for installing a digital camera in it (purchased separately).
The illumination system consists of a bright halogen lamp that features a brightness adjustment, and a removable condenser. The fluorescence unit includes filter units, a mercury lamp and radiation shield. The light is powered by an AC supply (adapter included).
The microscope features coarse and fine focusing. A stage is moveable along two axes, and it also features a mechanical scale. The interpupillary distance is adjustable.
- For observations using a fluorescence method
- Semi-apochromatic infinity-corrected optics
- The microscope revolving nosepiece is designed for six objectives (two sockets for additional objectives)
- Adjusting illumination system
- Abbe condenser N.A. 1.25
- AC power supply
The kit includes:
- Semi-apochromatic objectives: 4x, 10x, 20x, 40x
- Wide-field eyepieces: WF 10x/22mm (2 pcs)
- Filters: blue, green, yellow
- UV-reflection unit
- AC adapter
- User manual and lifetime warranty
Remember that the power supply in the US and Canada is 110V, and it is 220-240V in most European countries. Please refer to the specifications table for the correct voltage and never attempt to plug a 110V device into 220V outlet and vice versa without using a converter.
Some things that you can see under a microscope: