Labomed Lx 500

Labomed Lx 500

Recommended for advanced research and routine clinical applications

The Lx 500 microscope combines world-class technology with quality and design. The ergonomically designed adjustable head makes viewing more comfortable.

  • Fully versatile clinical or research microscope
  • Quality optics provide pristine contrast and color reproduction
  • Precise mechanical design for many years of trouble-free use
  • Reversed quintuple nosepiece allows you to add a 2.5x objective for a larger field of view
  • Adjustable 0 to 25 degree ergonomic tilting viewing head for many hours of fatigue free operation
  • Full Koehler illumination or optional LED
  • MHEC eligible.
Stand:Single mold sturdy stand with anti-rust materials; extended base for better stability
Viewing Body:Binocular, trinocular 30° and ergonomic binocular 0°-25° inclinable, 360° rotatable, interpupillary distance 47-75mm with height adjustment
Eyepiece:Focusable 10x/22mm widefield eyepieces with foldable eyeguards, antifungal coated
Nosepiece:Reverse angle quintuple nosepiece (ball bearing type) with click stops and rubber grip
Objectives:RP2 series infinity corrected DIN plan achromatic objectives 4x, 10x, 40x (spring-loaded), 100x (spring-loaded, oil), antifungal coated
Mechanical Stage:Rackless X-axis ceramic double plate stage, size 200 x 160mm, X/Ytravel range 76mm x 50mm. Double specimen holder
Condenser:Flip-top sub stage Abbe condenser NA 1.25 with aspheric lens; iris diaphragm with blue day light filter; rack and pinion movements on stainless steel guides
Focusing:Co-axial coarse and fine focusing all metal on gear systems for smooth operation; fine adjustment 0.3mm/rotation
Illumination:True Köhler illumination with halogen 6V-30W lamp with variable illumination control
Electronics:Universal input 100V - 240V AC, 50/60 Hz; built in voltage stabilizer
Warranty:5 year mechanical, 1 year electrical
Certifications:ISO 9001, ISO 13485, UL listed, CE approved

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