New Microscope Eyepieces available in four magnifications

By | September 12, 2017

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Widefield and DIN-45mm versions offered

Edmund Optics® (EO), the premier provider of optical components, introduces new Microscope Eyepieces. Although eyepieces are typically sold as a set, these eyepieces are sold separately for convenience and ease of use. These Microscope Eyepieces attach to a wide variety of microscope systems and feature designs made up of an achromatic doublet and a single plano-convex lens, where both convex surfaces face one another.

Magnifications of 10X, 15X and 20X available

Microscope Eyepieces are ideally suited for use with standard achromatic objectives and upright, brightfield microscope systems. The RoHS compliant eyepieces are offered as standard parts with different magnifications, focal lengths, and field stops. Three standard magnifications are available in 10X, 15X, and 20X, with four effective focal lengths of 25mm, 16.7mm, and 12.5mm, and field stops of 16mm and 13mm respectively. Two 10X models are offered, with field stops of 18mm and 22mm, and eye relief of 19.85mm and 20mm, respectively. Widefield and DIN-45mm versions are also available, with the widefield version offering an adjustable diopter. New Microscope Eyepieces are in-stock and available for immediate delivery.

 
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Edmund Optics Microscope Eyepieces

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10X DIN Eyepiece
10X Widefield Eyepiece
15X Widefield Eyepiece
20X DIN Eyepiece

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