ProZ Motorized XYZ Stand System

ProZ Motorized XYZ Stand System
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by Prior Scientific


Kery Features: • Designed for Olympus MVX-10/BX2/BX3 and Nikon AZ100/LV100 and SMZ1500 microscopes • Travel range of 12". • Minimum resolution of 0.25 microns, encoded • 508mm x 508mm base • Compatible with ProScan and OptiScan controllers along with Lumen illuminators. The Prior Scientific ProZ Stand for the Olympus MVX-10/BX2/BX3 and Nikon AZ100/LV100/SMZ1500 modular microscope compon...read more

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Description

 

Kery Features:

• Designed for Olympus MVX-10/BX2/BX3 and Nikon AZ100/LV100 and SMZ1500 microscopes
• Travel range of 12".
• Minimum resolution of 0.25 microns, encoded
• 508mm x 508mm base
• Compatible with ProScan and OptiScan controllers along with Lumen illuminators.

The Prior Scientific ProZ Stand for the Olympus MVX-10/BX2/BX3 and Nikon AZ100/LV100/SMZ1500 modular microscope components offers a wide range of configurations to meet your Z focus and XY stage microscopy needs.

Mounting directly to the zoom body of the Olympus MVX-10 or BX2/BX3 fluorescence illuminator nosepiece assembly, the ProZ Stand with 12” of focus travel provides a large (508mm square) stable platform for Z only imaging or combine with the BXPROXY stage system kit from Prior Scientific for the ultimate in XY and Z performance.

Three different stage mount options are available. A standard BX dovetail is available for basic reflected light applications. For transmitted light applications the ProZ Stand has options for both a brightfield/oblique transillumination module that uses a tiltable sliding mirror or a full Koehler illumination module. Both the brightfield/oblique and the Koehler modules are compatible with the Prior Brightfield LED illumination system.

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ProZ Motorized XYZ Stand System by Prior Scientific
ProZ Motorized XYZ Stand System

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