Unitron Unilab 2000 and 3000

The Versatile Instruments to Meet the Standards of the Well-Equipped Laboratory
The UNITRON UNILAB 2000 Microscope brings superior research-level optics and UNITRON system flexibility to critical laboratory and classroom microscopy. With high-resolution TC optics, rugged construction, and built-in safety features, the UNILAB 2000 is designed to give years of professional performance and reliability for a low initial investment. The heart of the remarkable UNILAB 2000 system is a full range of newly designed TC (true color correction). A Series objectives and WH Series eyepieces, whose unparalleled clarity of detail and color help identify and interpret specimens faster and easier. And the unrivaled sharpness and flatness of field of the TC optics is enhanced by a high-efficiency 6V 20W tungsten halogen Koehler-type illumination and centrable field diaphragm, critical-focusing Abbe or Achromant condenser. In addition the new precision coarse and fine coaxial focus knobs ensure easy, exact focusing throughout the entire magnification range. The coaxial stage control knobs are located close to the focusing knobs, low enough to permit operation without having to raise the arm off the arm rest or get your fingers jammed between the stage focus controls. Both the binocular and trinocular heads have a visual angle of 45 in the most comfortable position and can be rotated 360.
The UNITRON UNILAB 2000 is also designed with education in mind. Its die-cast alloy stand provides the ruggedness and stability necessary for heavy institutional use. Likewise, a built-in stage-stop mechanism and springloaded 20X, 40X and 100X objectives protect both specimen and objective from accidental damage. The UNILAB 2000 is equipped with a ball-bearing quintuple revolving nosepiece for smoother operation. The nosepiece is also available in a sextuple version.
The UNITRON UNILAB 3000 provides the performance and versatility in classroom and laboratory microscopy at an extremely affordable price. The UNILAB 3000 is identical to the UNILAB 2000, offering the same superb optical quality. However, it differs in the two following respects: The revolving nosepiece is a quadruple and two types of illumination systems are available- a 30W tungsten or 6V 20W tungsten halogen critical illumination system. Each illuminator has a simple bulb change-over and alignment.
Wide Range Of Professional Accessories
RFB-M Automatic Photomicrographic System
For photomicrography with the Trinocular Microscope, the new 35mm Camera Attachment RFB-M is adequate. For those applications when photomicrography will be used extensively, it is recommended that you use the Photo Viewfinder RFB-7. The RFB-7 will provide a larger field, lower magnification and more critical focusing. The graticule in the focusable eyepiece will also allow you to frame your photomicrograph.
Turret Phase Contrast Attachment PB-TC
The turret phase contrast is useful for viewing the detailed structures of unstained or living specimens. Employs new TC Phase Contrast objectives, you can obtain high-contrast phase contrast images. The turret phase contrast attachment consists of: 10X, 20X, 40X and 100X phase objectives, with phase turret, centering telescope and green filter. Two kinds of contrast, dark or bright medium, for each objective are available.
Darkfield Condenser DC-TC
The immersion type cardioid condenser is for observation of extremely unstrained objects or small particles. Use of achromatic objective 100X with iris diaphragm (01-100) is recommended.
Simple Slider Phase Contrast Attachment SPH-TC
The double slider unit adapted to the condenser system which enables brightfield, darkground and phase contrast observation by a simple changeover procedure. This simple, low cost attachments of standard phase objectives 10X, 40X and 100X, individual phase annuli and darkground. There is choice of five types of Simple Phase Contrast Attachments.
Simple Polarizing Attachment SPA
Consisting of a Polarizer and analyzer. They are best suited for elementary work with highly birefringent specimens which provided a high contrast in polarized light.

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