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Model: UNICO Monocular, WF10X,4X M251
Code: UI-MI-DFCECC-M251
MPN: M251
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Model: UNICO Binocular, WF10X,4X M250
Code: UI-MI-DFCECC-M250
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Model: UNICO Binocular, WF10X, 4X M250LED
Code: UI-MI-DFCECC-M250LED
MPN: M250LED
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UNICO Monocular / Student Microscopes M250 Product Info

UNICO Monocular / Student Microscopes M250 is a reliable and dependable addition to the UNICO Microscopes imagefamily of products. Combining top-notch and uncompromising quality with an affordable price, the UNICO Monocular / Student Microscopes M250 can fulfill your laboratory needs while still offering a great value for the money. UNICO M250 Series designed for college level instruction and discovery, the versatile M250 Series offers your choice of corded or portable cordless models. Each corded model uses halogen illumination, while cordless models offer the freedom and portability of battery powered LED illumination, includes AC adapter to be plugged in if desired. Your choice of Monocular, Dual-view, or Seidentopf Binocular heads in corded or cordless models. All heads rotate 360° Binocular heads have diopter control on one eye-tube and interpupillary distance adjustment settings (55-75mm). Standard M250 Series features include color coded DIN achromatic 4, 10, 40 and 100x objectives and 10x widefield eyepieces. Objectives are mounted on a 4-position, positive click-stop nosepiece. All optical surfaces are precisely polished, sealed and coated with anti-fungal, color correction and hardening agents to improve true color viewing while increasing the lifetime of the lenses.

UNICO Monocular / Student Microscopes M250 is available with the following options:

 Model M251:
Head:   Monocular
Eyepiece:   10x WF
Objectives:   4, 10, 40, 100x
Condenser:   NA1.25
Diaphragm:   Iris
Stage:   Mechanical
Illumination:   Halogen
Bulb:   6 Volt/20 Watt
Focusing:   Coaxial
 Model M251LED:
Head:   Monocular
Eyepiece:   10x WF
Objectives:   4, 10, 40, 100x
Condenser:   NA1.25
Diaphragm:   Iris
Stage:   Mechanical
Illumination:   Battery / AC
Bulb:   LED
Focusing:   Coaxial
 Model M252:
Head:   Dual Head
Eyepiece:   10x WF (2)
Objectives:   4, 10, 40, 100x
Condenser:   NA1.25
Diaphragm:   Iris
Stage:   Mechanical
Illumination:   Halogen
Bulb:   6 Volt/20 Watt
Focusing:   Coaxial
 Model M252LED:
Head:   Dual Head
Eyepiece:   10x WF (2)
Objectives:   4, 10, 40, 100x
Condenser:   NA1.25
Diaphragm:   Iris
Stage:   Mechanical
Illumination:   Battery / AC
Bulb:   LED
Focusing:   Coaxial
 Model M250:
Head:   Binocular
Eyepiece:   10x WF (2)
Objectives:   4, 10, 40, 100x
Condenser:   NA1.25
Diaphragm:   Iris
Stage:   Mechanical
Illumination:   Halogen
Bulb:   6 Volt/20 Watt
Focusing:   Coaxial
 Model M250LED:
Head:   Binocular
Eyepiece:   10x WF (2)
Objectives:   4, 10, 40, 100x
Condenser:   NA1.25
Diaphragm:   Iris
Stage:   Mechanical
Illumination:   Battery / AC
Bulb:   LED
Focusing:   Coaxial

Specifications for UNICO Monocular / Student Microscopes M250 :

Actual Size:  8.5 in x 6.5 in x 14.4 in
Shipping Size:  12.5 in x 8.5 in x 16.5 in
Weight:  13 lbs (6 kg)
Shipping Weight:  13 lbs (6 kg)

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Helpful Positive Review Great microscope by Legacy Reviewer, August 2, 2010
This was my first time using the LED light source vs. the higher intensity bulbs, and there was a bit of a learning curve. There are times under high magnification while using contrast that it seems as if the bulb is a bit underpowered, but once I g...
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