CX40P Polarised Light Microscope

The Prism Optical Pro CX40P is a high quality upright polarised light microscope suited for regular professional analysis. The new CX40 frame is matched with excellent optics and fine engineering. This is a configurable platform, with several destressed plan objectives options (long work distance metallurgical or standard).


Viewing Head 30°inclined gemel trinocular head,
interpupillary distance: 54mm~75mm,
diopter ±5 adjustable,
splitting ratio R:T=100:0 or 50:50
Eyepieces High eyepoint 10× 22mm with optional reticule,
High eyepoint 15× 16mm also available
Objectives (LWD Plan Pol) Infinity colour corrected, destressed:
5× NA0.15 WD10.8mm,
10× NA 0.30 WD10mm,
20× NA0.45 WD4mm,
50× NA0.55 WD7.9mm,
100× NA0.80 WD2.1mm
Objectives (Plan Pol) Infinity colour corrected, destressed:
4× NA0.10 WD20.8mm,
10× NA 0.25 WD5.30mm,
20× NA0.40 WD1.60mm,
40× NA0.60 WD0.36mm,
60× NA0.85 WD0.47mm
Intermediate tube With removable internal Bertrand lens, analyzer and compensators.
Analyzer Removable 360°rotatable, 2°increments, precision 6′
Compensator Gyps 1λ(Φ18mm, optical path difference 551nm); Mical 1/4λ (Φ18mm,optical path difference 147.3nm); Quartz Wedge( I – IV )
Focus Coaxial focus adjust,
Coarse range: 30mm, fine precision: 0.002mm
Stage 160mm diameter circular metal stage, with graphite coating, anti-corrosive and anti-friction treatment.
360°rotatable, 1°increment, precision 6′
Reflected illumination 12v 50W halogen. Reflected illuminator with LBD filter, center adjustable field and aperture diaphragms
Transmitted illumination 12V/50W halogen with center presetting and iris diaphragm
Condenser Type N.A.1.2 swing-out achromatic condenser with 360°rotatable polarizer, four adjustable scales (0/90/180/270).
Configurations Reflected light, reflected and transmitted light, or transmitted light
Accessories Yellow/neutral/IF550/LBD filter for transmitted light,
Mechanical stage, moving range: 30mmX40mm; High precision micrometer, 0.01mm increment

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