ESD Safe Stereo Zoom Microscope Series offer zoom ratio of 7.46:1.

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ESD Safe Stereo Zoom Microscope Series consists of Binocular and Trinocular Microscope Systems. These systems offer 34.3 mm-3.6 mm field of view and a working distance of 108 mm. Units come with 60 LED ring light in the focus mount, zooming knob and optional 15x and 20x eyepieces. ESD Safe microscopes provide 6.7x-50x magnification and consists of fine and coarse focusing options.

Original Press Release:

High-Grade Optics and ESD Safe Design: Introducing Aven’s ESD Safe Stereo Zoom Microscope Series

Aven's ESD Safe True Binocular and Trinocular Stereo Zoom Microscope Systems offer the best-in-class zoom ratio (7.46:1) with super sharp 3D images from edge-to-edge, a wide field of view (34.3mm-3.6mm), and a long working distance (108mm). The ESD safe coating is designed to meet the needs of applications in static-sensitive environments. These systems offer 6.7x-50x magnification with the included 10x eyepieces. The energy-saving daylight 60 LED ring light built into the focus mount (with a dimmer control built into the PLED stand) significantly reduces power consumption, ensuring a flicker-free experience that lowers energy costs and enhances productivity. Includes fine and coarse focusing for precise adjustments. The graduations on the zoom knob tell operators the exact magnifications at which they are working, which is especially useful when specific adjustments are necessary. Extend your magnification even further with optional 15x and 20x eyepieces, also available from Aven.

For more information, call (734) 973-0099, view Aven’s ESD Safe Stereo Zoom Microscope Series, or see each of the systems on our website:

ESD Safe SPZ-50E Stereo Zoom Binocular Microscope:

ESD Safe SPZV-50E Stereo Zoom Trinocular Microscope:

Aven, Inc. manufactures and distributes high-performance optical instruments and precision tools for microscopy, inspection and assembly.

A technology innovator since 1983, Aven is located in a high-tech corridor of Southeast Michigan.

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