EM-51L Trinocular Stereo Entry-Level Industrial and Educational Microscope with 6.7X - 45X Zoom Range Magnification on a pole stand with 58 bulb array LED Ring Light (MA962) and Ring Light adapter.

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The EM-51L Trinocular Entry level Zoom stereo Microscope with 0.67-4.5 Zoom range with LED Ring Light Incident illumination is our turnkey complete Industrial zoom / Educational zoom microscope system on a Plain alloy ergonomic 210mm (8.26”) x 273mm (10.75”) plain stand with two stage clips and a 4” black and white stage plate is a durable Industrial or classroom microscope and student microscope that is economical without breaking your budget. Equipped with a MA962 – with 58 bulb array LED ring light and ring light ring adapter for incident (top) illumination.

The EM-51L is a turnkey trinocular unit that has the microscope body, stand and eyepieces, and even ring light LED incident illumination which is a perfect for your specific application requiring a zoom microscope with a top (incident) illumination. The EM-51L is supplied with a 10X/ 22mm paired eyepiece there is a locking pin that can secure the eyepiece in place which gives 6.7X to 45X Zoom Magnification with a 10X eyepiece engaged. The wide handled rubberized grip knobs are ergonomically placed and is very comfortable and the tension can be increased or decreased for smooth operation. The dual interpupillary distance adjustment is from 54mm -76mm. The F.O.V. (Field of View is 32.8mm – 4.9mm) as you change the zoom knobs.

Check out our large selection of industrial stereo microscopes and educational microscopes and you'll find portable microscopes, digital microscopes, cordless microscopes, stereo microscopes and rechargeable microscopes as well. Whether you're looking for student microscopes with optional HDMI cameras for your advanced labs and college classes, or easy-to- use microscopes kits for beginners, you're sure to find just the right microscopes for your science class at www.meijitechno.com . If you need help deciding which laboratory microscope is right for your students, please call 1-800- 832-0060 P.S.T. for guidance. We have a microscope for every budget to meet your labs needs.


NOTE: The EM-51L is a turnkey system it already includes the: Stereo Trinocular Microscope Body (Zoom) • Eyepieces (10X Paired) • Stand (Pole stands with Coarse Focus control) • LED ring illuminator with adapter


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The EM-51L Trinocular Entry level Industrial Zoom/ Educational Zoom stereo Microscope with 0.67- 4.5 Zoom range which gives the user 6.7X to 45X magnification with the 10X eyepiece engaged the EM-50L is our turnkey complete Industrial Zoom / Educational zoom microscope system on a Plain ergonomic alloy 210mm (8.26”) x 273mm (10.75”) plain stand is equipped two stage clips and a 4” black and white stage plate and LED ring light with 56 bulb array and ring light adapter is a durable industrial or classroom microscope / student microscope that is economical without breaking your budget.

Body: Trinocular, Rotatable 360°, Cast Aluminum Alloy Construction
Zoom Ratio: 0.67-4.5
Zoom Range: 6.7x - 45x
Zoom Knobs Markings: 0.67, 0.7, 0.8, 1, 1.5, 2, 3, 4, 4.5
Zoom Control: Dual, graduated, bilateral
Magnification: 6.7x - 45x (10x eyepieces)
Field of View: 32.8mm – 4.9mm
Working distance: 100mm (4”)
Eyetube Inclination: 45°
Eyepieces: 5x, 7.5x, 10x, 12.5x, 15x, 20x, and 30x (optional)
Interpupillary Distance: 54mm - 76mm
Dioptric Adjustment: Dual
Extended Mag Range: 2.1x - 270x (With auxiliary lenses and eyepieces)
Mounting: Fits 76mm Diameter Focus Holders
llumination: LED Ring light with adapter to mount on EM-51L
Auxiliary Lenses: None Available

Includes:
Trinocular Body with 0.7-4.5X Zoom Range (EM-51L )
10X Eyepiece (MA1061) (7X-45X Total Magnification)
Plain Pole Stand (No illumination)
LED Ring light with 56 bulb array
LED Ring light threaded adapter
Rubber Eyeguards/Eyeshields (Paired) (Factory Installed)
Meiji Techno Instruction Manual

Product Information
Warranty: 2 YEAR WARRANTY

Package Information:
12lbs
16”x 16” x 11”inches

Details

EM-51L Trinocular Stereo Entry-Level Industrial and Educational Microscope with 6.7X - 45X Zoom Range Magnification on a pole stand with Incident LED 56 array ring light illumination.

VIEWING HEADS - Optical instrument which accepts eyepieces and mounts on top of the microscope frame
Trinocular 45° inclined tube
360° rotatable
Interpupillary distance adjustment 54mm–76mm

EYEPIECES - Lens closest to the eye, magnifies the primary image formed by the objective lens
Paired WF10X/22mm
F.O.V 32.8mm – 4.9mm

OBJECTIVES - Lens closest to the object being view, forms first magnified image of the specimen
6.7X-45X Zoom magnification (with 10X eyepiece)
Working distance 100mm (4”)
All optical parts are anti-fungus treated, for humid and tropical climates

STAGE - Permits precise, mechanical manipulation of the specimen slide
4” Plastic Black and White Stage Plate
Locked-on spring loaded stage clips (paired)

STAND - Versatile ergonomic stand providing stability for microscope Cast aluminum alloy frame
210mm X 273mm X 22mm base dimension
248mm pillar height, 32mm pillar diameter
Rugged, cast metal frame with stable footprint design
White enamel paint finish, chemical resistant finish

FOCUSING ADJUSTMENT - Coarse focusing knobs (larger knobs) located on each side of arm, raise or lower stage to bring specimen image into focus. Fine focus knob (smaller knobs) located on each side of arm permits more precise image adjustment
Coaxial coarse and 200μm fine adjustments, 2μm precision
Friction adjustment
Rack and pinion focusing with slip clutch and tension adjustment
“Slip-clutch” system protects against over-focusing

ILLUMINATION - Electric LED ring illuminator provides constant, reliable, pre-focused incident illumination
LED 56 bulb array ring light included, 3.5W, only for the EM-50L or EM-51L
Auto voltage sensing power supply, 100-240V

MEIJI TECHNO ADVICE: CHOOSING THE RIGHT MICROSCOPE FOR YOUR LABORATORY

There are a number of variables you should consider when selecting microscopes for your science classrooms and labs. You will want to determine what kind of features you'll need so your students can get the most out of each experiement.

Some features you should think about are:
Type: Stereo or Compound
Head Type: Binocular or Trinocular
Eyepiece: 10X or 20X
Objective Lens: Zoom range if it a zoom type or magnification if it is a compound type scope.
Stage: Pole stand, Boom Stand, Rigid Arms Stand, Wide Surface Stand
Lighting: Transmitted or Incident Light
Power Source: LED or Halogen or Fluorescent or Tungsten
Microscope Cameras: HDMI or USB 2.0 or Analog (RGB or S-Video)

Microscope Type
To determine which type of microscope is right for you, it is important to think about what kind of specimen and specimen size you will be observing.
Compound Microscope Type: Compound microscopes are what most people think of when they hear the word "microscope". Compound microscopes use slides, offer high magnifications and are used to observe very small specimen such as cells and organisms in pond water for the Biological microscopes and one can observe cross sections of circuit boards with Metallurgical microscopes or thin sections of rock with Polarizing microscopes.

Stereo Microscope Type: This type of microscope allows you to observe large specimen such as leaves, rocks, flowers, insects, gems and more. Stereo microscopes dont require high magnifcation and are much easier to operate. These are a good choice for production facilities, manufacturing plants that require immediate inspection and educational studies that require a lower magnification where a specimen is not.

Digital Microscope Type: This type of microscope either doesnt have an eyepiece or has an eyepeice and a camera already integrated into the microscope head. You can view your specimen on a HDMI screen or PC monitor. It produces high quality images of both slides and larger specimen.

Microscope Head Type
A Monocular head is a good choice for standard labs and a good option if you're on a budget. It has a single eyepiece lens, making it harder to view specimens in great detail. The head is set at 45 degrees and can't be adjusted to suit individual preferences.
A Binocular head is recommended for more advanced students and longer lab sessions. Two separate eyepiece lenses prevent you from straining either eye, and you can adjust the distance between eyepieces for maximum comfort. Binocular heads also let two students use the microscope simultaneously.

Microscope Eyepiece Type
The eyepiece is the lens closest to your eye when looking through a microscope. It will have a single, non-adjustable magnification. Many microscopes have a eyepiece with 10x magnification. Some microscopes have an LCD screen instead of an eyepiece, so they're perfect for small groups. They have built-in digital cameras to take pictures and videos of specimen slides.

Microscope Objective Lens Type
When Choosing the most important lens in a microscope is the one closest to the specimen.Compound microscopes generally have three, four or five objective lenses, so you can select different magnification levels. The higher the number, or power, of an objective lens, the finer the detail.

Microscope Stage
When choosing a Microscope stage on a microscope is where you place your slide or object you are studying. Less expensive microscopes use stage clips to hold the slide for you. You must move the slide with your fingers, so it can be difficult to move it a very small amount and find just what you're looking for.
Microscopes with mechanical stages allow you to turn a knob and move the specimen to a precise position. Certain calibrated versions have a graduated scale so you can see how far the slide has been moved or keep track of the position of various objects on the slide.

Microscope Lighting
When choosing the Microscope lighting for your lab.Microscopes with built-in lights allow students to see the specimen they are studying in great detail. This lighting lets students concentrate on observing specimen, rather than struggling to find enough light supply to see specific features. Top illumination and bottom illumination are available on some microscopes, but in general the light is housed in the bottom of the microscope. Many microscopes use cool LED lighting to prevent overheating or any damage to sensitive slides. Other microscopes use fluorescent, halogen or tungsten bulbs.

Microscope Power Source
You'll want to consider things like available outlets and battery availability when deciding which power source on a microscope is right for you.

Power Cords: Microscopes with power cords (or AC adapters) are a good choice for classrooms and labs that have plenty of easily accessible power outlets. If you plan on using your microscopes often, these are a good choice because you won't have to replace or recharge batteries. Some microscopes have detachable power cords so you can charge its batteries and then take it out in the field. Some models are Auto-Voltage Sensing – typically LED units so make sure you select your proper voltage to be given the proper 110V or 220V cord

Microscope Rechargable Battery: Most cordless microscopes have rechargeable batteries as their power source. Not only are these a good choice when outlets are limited, they're also budget friendly because you won't have to keep buying and replacing batteries.

Microscope Batteries: If you don't plan on using your microscopes for long periods of time, a battery power source is a good option. These usually come with cordless rechargeable microscopes.

Microscope USB or HDMI Cable: If you're looking for an easy way to transfer microscopic images to your computer, a USB power source is your best option. Plug the USB cord into any open USB port on your computer to charge your microscope. We also have HDMI and RGB options that plug directly to your new flat screen TV or HDMI monitor.

Microscope Cameras
Microscope cameras are designed to capture still or moving microscopic images and send them to a computer, projector or internet network. To determine which type of microscope camera is right for you, keep your class size and technology needs in mind.

WiFi Eyepiece Camera: This is the newest most and most affordable microscopic camera if you have a binocular model and have no other means in installing a camera since you do not have a Trinocular port. It's simple to use and fits on your compound or stereo microscope eyepiece. It takes high-resolution images and videos and displays them directly to a computer monitor using a USB cable. This is a good choice for classrooms with student computers. The downside is WIFI speed is typically a slower frame rate and connectivity to the app on your tablet is sometimes a hit or miss.

Digital Video Camera:This camera lets you capture both images and videos and transmits them to your computer or television monitor. These cameras can fit directly over your microscope's eyepiece, or they might have flexible necks that make it easy to focus on slides and objects. Depending on the resolution, these cameras can take microscopic, very detailed images.

Multiple Signal Output Camera: This type of camera lets you easily switch between various AV electronics – including television screens, computer monitors and projectors – while displaying images and videos. It's the most expensive camera option, and is ideal if you're often performing demonstrations in the classroom.
A camera's resolution refers to the number of pixels displayed and ranges from 640x480 to 2048x1536. The higher the resolution,the better the image quality. Keep in mind that the larger the image file, the more difficult it is to email. Aside from capturing and saving microscopic images, the included camera software offers plenty of applications to keep students engaged. You can record videos, time-lapse sequences and audio in multiple formats, take measurements in multiple units, magnify still images and more. Students can use drawing, measurement and image comparison tools during labs. Double-check to make sure your software is compatible with Windows or Mac.

Components & Accessories

INCLUDED COMPONENTS and ACCESSORIES FOR EM-51L SERIES

Includes:
Trinocular Body with 0.7-4.5X Zoom Range (EM-51L )
10X Eyepiece (MA1061)(7X-45X Total Magnification)
Plain Pole Stand (No illumination)
LED Ring light with 56 bulb array
LED Ring light threaded adapter
Rubber Eyeguards/Eyeshields (Paired) (Factory Installed)
Meiji Techno Instruction Manual

OPTIONAL COMPONENTS and ACCESSORIES FOR EM-51L SERIES

OPTIONAL “C” MOUNT ADAPTERS
MA1070 “C” mount adapter with 0.35X lens for EM-50, EM-50L,EM- 51 and EM51L
MA1071 “C” mount adapter with 0.5X lens for EM-50, EM-50L,EM- 51 and EM51L
MA1072 “C” mount adapter with 1.0X lens for EM-50, EM-50L,EM- 51 and EM51L

OPTIONAL EYEPIECES
MA1061 Super widefield 10X for EM-50 series (paired) (Included in all EM-50 Models)
MA1062 Super widefield 15X for EM-50 series (paired)
MA1063 Super widefield 20X for EM-50 series (paired)
MA1064 Super widefield 30X for EM-50 series (paired)

OPTIONAL AUXILIARY LENS
MA1065 Auxiliary lens 0.3X, W.D. 287mm (11.29”) for EM-50 series
MA1066 Auxiliary lens 0.4X, W.D. 217mm (8.54”) for EM-50 series
MA1067 Auxiliary lens 0.5X, W.D. 177mm (6.96”) for EM-50 series
MA1068 Auxiliary lens 1.5X, W.D. 47mm (1.85”) for EM-50 series
MA1069 Auxiliary lens 2.0X, W.D. 26mm (1.02”) for EM-50 series

OPTIONAL ILLUMINATORS
MA962 LED ring illuminator, 58mm I.D., 3.5W, input: 100-240V, output: 12V, 56 bulb array, color temperture: 6400K, Illuminance: Above 19000LUX ( Included in EM-50L and EM51L Models)
MA964 LED Ring illuminator with automatic voltage sensing power supply, 115V or 240V 60 LED Array, 10,000 hour rated lifetime, CE approved, fits 53mm-60mm nosepiece Wattage: 10W Transformer case: Length 150mm, width 60mm, height 83mm
MA960 Quadrant LED Ring illuminator allows users to direct the light from 4 separate quadrants with automatic voltage sensing power supply 60 LED Array, 10,000 hour rated lifetime, CE approved, fits 53mm-60mm nosepiece Wattage: 4.8W Length 150mm ( W) x 100mm in diameter, 60mm (D) x 33mm(H)
FO-LED LED Ring illuminator with rheostat intensity 110V, 50/60Hz, white light, 60-150mm W.D., 60.6 x 32.2 x 107 mm, with power supply, 2 diffusing filters fits 53mm 60mm nosepiece Wattage: 6W
FP-LED LED Ring illuminator with rheostat intensity 110V, 50/60Hz, white light, 100mm W.D., 93 x 62 x 32 mm, with power supply, 5000K Color Temp, fits 53mm-60mm nosepiece Wattage: 6W
FQ-LED LED Ring illuminator with rheostat intensity 110V, 50/60Hz, white light, 60-150mm W.D., one diffusing filter, with power supply, fits 53mm-60mm nosepiece Wattage: 4W

EM-51L
Body:Trinocular, Rotatable 360°, Cast Aluminum Alloy Construction
Zoom Ratio:0.67-4.5
Zoom Range:6.7x - 45x
Zoom Knobs Markings:0.67, 0.7, 0.8, 1, 1.5, 2, 3, 4, 4.5
Zoom Control:Dual, graduated, bilateral
Magnification:6.7x - 45x (10x eyepieces)
Working distance:100mm(4”)
Eyetube Inclination:45°
Eyepieces: 5x, 7.5x, 10x, 12.5x, 15x, 20x, and 30x (optional)
Interpupillary Distance:54mm - 76mm
Dioptric Adjustment:Dual
Extended Mag Range:2.1x - 270x (With auxiliary lenses and eyepieces)
Mounting:Fits 76mm Diameter Focus Holders
Illumination: 56 bulb array LED Ring light with adapter to mount on EM-51L(included)
Auxiliary Lenses:Optional



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