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DMW-143 FBGG Digital Stereo Zoom from Motic Instruments, Inc.

ProductsDMW-143 FBGG Digital Stereo Zoom from Motic Instruments, Inc.
Company Motic Instruments, Inc.
Item DMW-143 FBGG Digital Stereo Zoom
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Description The DMW143 taken from the SMZ line is a Greenough stereomicroscope designed for the harsh environments of production and testing. It is available with a choice of a large working platform base (FBGG) or a space-saving compact base (N2GG). This microscope can be easily connected to a computer, TV and a projector all at the same time giving you ultimate flexibility. Available in both PAL and NTSC versions this is a versatile and professional digital stereo solution.

  • Specifications: Head: Stereo Microscope Trinocular Head 45 inclined with 3rd tube as built-in Digital Camera Eyepieces: Widefield WF10x/20mm with diopter control on both eyetubes Magnification: Stereo Zoom with 1:4 zoom ratio Stand Pole-Type Stand with Large Working Surface (FBGG) Focusing: Ergonomic & Large Focusing Controls Illumination: Incident 12V/15W with stepless intensity control. Transmitted 12V/10W with stepless intensity control Microscope Power Supply: 11-V-240V Variable Voltage • Type: Analog/Digital 1/3" CCD Still Image Resolution: 640x480 pixels Total Resolution: 400k pixels Analog Resolution: 480TV lines NTSC and PAL versions available Power: Universal switching power supply to 12V Data Link to Computer: USB 1.0 Data Link to Analog Device: S-Video and RCA Software Provided: Motic Images Plus 2.0 Multi-Language/Motic Images J 1.0
  • Operating Platform: Windows 98se, ME, 2000, XP, Macintosh OS 9.x
Info Motic Instruments, Inc.Motic Instruments, Inc.
180-4320 Viking Way
Richmond, BC
CANADA V6V 2L4
Customer Service: (604) 303-9033
Fax Number: (604) 303-9043
Web Site: http://motic.com
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