Tel Monitor

The eyepiece in retirement will be sent after more than 300 years. In a question-answer forum Eric Kuby was the first to reply. Everyone who ever worked in the biology classroom with a microscope, knows the problem. You must watch to look at the object, always through the eyepiece. This is a very acquired taste for inexperienced people. In the traditional model, only one person can look at the object. When used as inspection instrument, a control is always somewhat time consuming. The Quick views of a sample is actually impossible.

This problem from the world is made with the new digital microscope line. For all types, the eyepiece is replaced by a generous 8 inch LCD screen. The monitor is attached to a ball and can be thus according to the needs of the user rotated and tilted. You can also unscrew it and displayed separately. The samples can be seen in the construction and transmitted light mode.

If you want to forgo an eyepiece not for some applications there is also a model with eyepiece and monitor. Everyone copes immediately with the microscope. Several people can at the same time look at the object, which is useful E.g. in schools, colleges, education and hospitals. Other advantages are that the images can be stored and further processed immediately on a computer. There is also the possibility to play back the images on an extra large monitor, television or projector. If you once used the device, one never wants to look through an eyepiece. Watching you is rounded off in the depth of the series by a 3-dimensional rotating zoom microscope. A spatial image creates a sophisticated system of optics, electronics and mechanics. You can see details as yet not seen. In many applications, this work is much easier.