Optical System: finite corrected optical system
Viewing Head: Siedentopf Trinocular head inclined at 45º, interpupillary distance 54-75mm, Diopter adjustment ± 5
Eye Piece: High eye point wide field plan eyepiece WF10X/18mm
Objective: LWD plan achromatic metallurgical objective 5X, 10X, 20X, 50X, 100X
Nosepiece: Reversed quintuple nosepiece
Stage: Mechanical stage, size:180mmX155mm;movement range :75mmX40mm; with low position x-y coaxial control knob. metal stage plate, center hole dia.Ø12mm
Focus System: Low position coaxial course and fine adjustment, Course focus range: 38mm & fine focus range: 2 μm.
Illumination: Reflection Koehler illumination with iris diaphragm and centerable field diaphragm, single 5w LED with adjustable brightness control.(6V 30W Halogen bulb optional.)
Power Supply: 90-240V, 50Hz, AC
Polarizing: Simple polarizer and analyzer (optional)
Standard Accessories: Each one piece; Blue filter, Dust cover and operation manual
Optional Accessories: Digital Camera, Truemet metallographic image analysis software, Eyepiece 15X/13mm, CTV 0.5X/1.0X
An Inverted Metallurgical Microscope is a powerful tool designed for the examination and analysis of impervious materials, particularly in the field of metallurgy. Unlike traditional microscopes, the inverted design allows for the placement of the specimen beneath the objective lens, offering incomparable flexibility and ease of use.
Key features of Inverted Metallurgical Microscopes include powerful magnification capabilities, advanced illumination systems, and high-quality optics. These microscopes are specifically engineered to observe metallographic samples, allowing for detailed inspections of the microstructure, grain boundaries, and other important characteristics of metallic materials.
The inverted configuration is particularly advantageous when dealing with larger or bulkier samples that may be challenging to prepare and observe in a traditional upright microscope. This design facilitates the examination of samples in containers or vessels, such as petri dishes or metallurgical mounts.
In metallurgical applications, these microscopes play a crucial role in quality control, research and development, and failure analysis. Industries such as metallurgy, materials science, and manufacturing rely on the precision and accuracy provided by inverted metallurgical microscopes to ensure the integrity and performance of metal components.
Whether used for routine inspections or in-depth research, an Inverted Metallurgical Microscope is an indispensable tool for professionals seeking to research into the elaborate world of metallography. With cutting-edge technology and ergonomic design, these microscopes empower researchers and engineers to uncover crucial insights into the structure and composition of metallic materials, ultimately contributing to advancements in various industrial fields.