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Walter QZE/QZF Zoom Stereomicroscopes

$539.00 - $569.00

Grade 9–College. Smooth, ergonomic operation and a wide magnification range make these zoom stereomicroscopes great choices for many tasks. Available in binocular head and trinocular head models.

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Grade 9–College. These zoom stereomicroscopes offer ergonomic features such as synchronized bilateral interpupillary distance adjustments. They are designed to accommodate a variety of lens accessories to increase or reduce magnification. Smooth in operation, they have a calibrated zoom operable from both sides of the head. With a wide magnification range of 7x to 45x, they are ideal for studying living organisms, dissecting small specimens, studying crystalline or rock structure, and inspecting electronics or small parts. Bright LED illumination means longer bulb life and virtually no heat. The QZE (item #593122) has a binocular head that rotates 360° and is inclined at 45°. Size, 15" H x 8" W x 10" D; wt, 11-1/2 lb. The QZF (item #593125) has a trinocular head (20/80 splitting ratio) that rotates 360° and is inclined at 45°. Size, 15" H x 8" W x 12" D; wt, 12 lb. The QZF comes with a 1x C-mount adapter. Both stereomicroscopes include a limited 5-year warranty.

Both models feature:

  • Interpupillary adjustment from 54 to 76 mm
  • Diopter adjustment of ±6 on both ocular tubes
  • Paired 10x widefield eyepieces
  • A standard working distance of 100 mm (can be increased or decreased with auxiliary lens)
  • Objective zoom range, 0.7x to 4.5x; zoom ratio, 1:6.4
  • Coated optics for a crisp image and superior resolution
  • A glass stage plate and a reversible black/white stage plate (both 95 mm)
  • Heavy-duty rack-and-pinion focusing with slip clutch and tension adjustment
  • Locked-on spring-mounted stage clips
  • 3-way built-in LED illumination system allows transmitted, incident, or dual lighting
  • Separate light intensity controls for top and bottom illumination
  • Dust cover and instructions
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