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Remote controlled. Magnification: 7–200 (digital), 7–50 (optical)

Digital screen/PC monitor
The microscope head is a core element of the microscope that you look through to see a magnified sample
7 — 200
How much the size of a sample increases when you observe it through a microscope
For applied research
Application and use of the microscope

Product ID 76826
Brand Levenhuk, Inc., USA
Warranty lifetime
EAN 5905555004457
Package size (LxWxH) 25x21x17 cm
Shipping Weight 1.16 kg

The Levenhuk Rainbow DM500 LCD Digital Microscope is a device for studying objects of any degree of transparency. It is suitable for studying parts of plants, insects, and ready-to-use microscope slides. You can examine stones, coins, components of electronic devices and mechanisms. This microscope also allows you to capture images and videos. You can control this process using a wireless remote control.

The microscope is equipped with a rotatable 5-inch color LCD screen. It can be tilted at a small angle for convenient work. The microscope magnification varies from 7 to 200 times, while the optical magnification is in the range of 7 to 50 times. The microscope stage is equipped with clips for microscope slides. LED illumination is located on both sides of the stage, so you can work not only with opaque, but also with semi-transparent and completely transparent samples. The illumination brightness is adjustable.

Use the buttons on the microscope base to control the main functions. You can capture images and record videos using a wireless remote control. That is convenient when all the settings are already tuned, and it is important not to bust them by accidentally touching the device. You can capture high-resolution images and videos and save them to a memory card (purchased separately).

In addition, one of the main features of this model is the ability to work on battery. That makes the microscope mobile and allows you to work away from the power outlet.


  • Rotatable 5" color LCD screen
  • Image quality: 12Mpx, video quality: Full HD
  • LED light with brightness adjustment
  • The kit includes ready-to-use microscope slides
  • Wireless remote control for capturing images and recording videos
  • Up to 4 hours of battery life from one charge

The kit includes:

  • Microscope with an LCD screen
  • Stage with clips and blank slides
  • Infrared remote control
  • Ready-to-use microscope slides:
    • Locust wing
    • Honeybee wing
    • Honeybee leg
    • Laver
    • Pine tree stem
    • Carnation stem
    • Canary feather
    • Cow hair
    • Goldfish scale
    • Potato starch
    • Corn stem
    • Onion epidermis
  • Power cable
  • Network adapter
  • User manual and lifetime warranty
Product ID 76826
Brand Levenhuk, Inc., USA
Warranty lifetime
EAN 5905555004457
Package size (LxWxH) 25x21x17 cm
Shipping Weight 1.16 kg
Type digital
Head digital screen/PC monitor
Optics material optical glass
Nozzle 5" rotatable color LCD screen
Magnification, x 7 — 200
Stage, mm 120x180
Stage moving range, mm 83/43
Stage features with clips
Focus coarse (50mm)
Body plastic
Illumination LED
Brightness adjustment
Power supply illumination and LCD screen: 110–220 V; 5 V, 1 A via a USB cable (included) or a 2200 mAh built-in battery; remote control: AAA battery - 2 pcs. (not included)
Power supply: batteries/built-in battery yes
Light source type lower illumination and lighting inside the objective lens
Operating temperature range,°C -20...+70
Additional battery life: 3–4 hours; charging time: 16–20 hours
User level beginners
Assembly and installation difficulty level easy
Application for applied research
Illumination location dual
Research method bright field
Experiment kit included
Maximum resolution image: 4032x3024 pixels; video: 1080 FHD 1920x1080 pixels
Megapixels sensor: 2; image: 12
Sensor element 1/2.9” CMOS
Pixel size, μm 2.8x2.8
Video recording yes
Image format *.jpg
Video format *.avi
Spectral range, nm 410–1100
White balance manual
Exposure control manual
Sensitivity, V/lux-sec@550nm 3.8
Output mini-USB, microSD card slot
System requirements not intended for connecting to a computer
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