Motic PA53MET Metallurgy Instrument
- Brands Motic Microscope
- Product Code:Motic PA53MET Metallurgy Instrument
features superior optical performance and next-generation technology.
Superior Optical Performance
designed, carefully crafted, high-performance Motic objective lenses provide
excellent clarity in any observation environment. Experience this high optical
performance for yourself and find out why so many top researchers, inspectors,
and technicians praise the quality of Motic Scientific Instruments products.
Intelligent, Sleek Design
ergonomic design, compact size, carefully sourced high-quality materials, and
versatile digital capabilities ensure minimal operator fatigue during extended
periods of operation.
Innovative Module Design
The compact size of the PA53-MET minimizes required installation space. Interchangeable individual modules meet the needs of any application. You can select the appropriate optional accessories for your task: reflected light illuminators, transmitted light illuminators, XY stage, Z-axis, etc.
Customizable Optics and Lighting
Reflected Light Illuminator
reflected light illuminator provides a variety of observation methods such as
BF, BF/DF or DIC to meet all user needs.
Combined Switch for BF/DF and ND
BF/DF converter switch on the front, it is easier to change observation modes.
The interlocking ND filter protects the operator’s eyes against dramatic
changes in brightness,
Polarizer and Analyzer Filters
A set of
polarizer and analyzer filters help you switch from the DIC/POL to other
observation modes quickly and easily. These filters are designed as sliders and
are accessible from either side of the microscope for maximum convenience.
Optimal DIC with High Quality
DIC slider with a single prism, Nomarski DIC observation mode offers easy
switching to other observation modes and facilitates observations on any range
of magnifications because the position of the DIC prism remains constant.
Transmitted Light System
ND6, ND25 and LB filters are built in for the observation of samples via transmitted light. This allows for the best possible image clarity for the intended application in conjunction with the condenser