MS Metallurgical Microscopes

 

Series MS Metallurgical Microscopes

Modern, reasonably priced microscopes for the metallurgical and materials sciences.

The Unitron Series MS metallurgical microscopes produce clear, sharp, brightfield images of prepared metals samples as well as other specimens, in magnifications from 50x - 1000x, and higher with accessory eyepieces and objectives.

MS-2 microscopes are available S-2 microscopes are available in monocular, photo monocular, binocular, and trinocular. Coated din achromatic 210mm tube length objectives are offered as standard equipment. The 10X widefield eyepieces supplied have comfortable eye relief and give large fields of view (18mm field stop). They are designed to accept accessory 19mm diameter reticules for measuring purposes and have a focusing eye lens to assure sharp focus of the reticule pattern.
Two illumination systems, 6V 20W vertical and transmitted with common built-in transformer are supplied with MS-2. The vertical is Koehler type with aperture and field diaphragms and filter slot, provides ample light at all objective powers for most applications.
Coaxial coarse and fine focus controls, which move the stage up and down, are comfortably low positioned. The fine focus is graduated for approximate depth measurements. Adjacent, are the coaxial low-positioned mechanical stage knobs placing all controls conveniently grouped together for easy operation. The Unitron Series MS-2 microscopes are full-sized professional instruments with coated optical systems to minimize glare and enhance image contrast. They provide the optical quality, dependable performance, modern design and efficient operation often expected only with more expensive microscopes. A variety of accessories expand versatility still further to meet special requirements.

MODEL MONOCULAR PHOTO MONOCULAR BINOCULAR TRINOCULAR
MSM-1 MSM-1P MSB-2 MST-2
SPECIFICATIONS:
OBJECTIVES
DIN 210MM ACHROMATIC M5X
M10X
M20X
M40X
M5X
M10X
M20X
M40X
M5X
M10X
M20X
M40X
M5X
M10X
M20X
M40X
WIDEFIELD EYEPIECES NWF10X (single) NWF10X (single) NWF10X (pair) NWF10X (pair)
MAGNIFICATIONS
1.1 FACTOR
55X-440X 55X-440X 55X-440X 55X-440X
BODY TUBE Monocular Body at 45 inclination and rotatable through 360 . Photo monocular at 45 and 90 inclination and rotatable through 360 . Binocular at 45 inclination and rotatable through 360 provided with interpupiliary and dioptric adjustments. Trinocular- same as on the binocular body only with vertical tube and optical path selector.
ILLUMINATORS Brightfield vertical and transmitted illuminators complete with lamp housing & pre-center bulb, sockets, vertical includes field and aperture diaphragms and transmitted rack and pinion substage 1.2N.A condenser.
TRANSFORMER Conveniently built in the microscope base. Provided with a dimmer control and cord for vertical illuminator which operates when plugged into the base. One on-off switch and line cord for both lights.
FOCUS CONTROLS Coaxial coarse and fine focus controls for vertical stage movement, coarse focus range 30mm and fine focus adjustment continuous through the 30mm range with locking lever. The fine focus is graduated.
STAGE Mechanical stage 124mmx153mm size, provided with low positioned coaxial stage controls for 70mmx50mm cross motion graduated to read 0.1mm by vernier.
Accessories
15155 Green filter.
15156 Blue filter.
15157 Type MS-2 Polaroid Camera Attachment with 31/4"x41/4" Polaroid camera back for pack type film, with shutter and cable release, photo-finder reticle and photo cone to use in place of photo tube on Model MSM-1P and MST-2.
15195 TV Adapter with C-Mount for CCTV.
15435 Replacement bulb 6V, 20W for vertical or transmitted illuminator.
15528 Single WFH 12.5X widefield eyepiece.
15529 Paired WFH 12.5X widefield eyepiece.
15547 Single WFH 15x widefield eyepiece.
15548 Paired WFH 15x widefield eyepiece.
15719 LIMS reticle, 10mm scale in 0.1mm divisions.
15723 S10S Austenite grain size reticle.


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