Gemmology Stereo Zoom Microscope Motic Microscopes GM-171 Trino


Motic Microscopes Gemmology Stereo zoom Microscope with Trinocular Port

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Gemmology stereo zoom microscope for gemstone inspection & identification.

Motic gemmology stereo zoom microscope direct from importer MMS Microscopes. Assist in the identification of natural or synthetic gemstones. Fully equipped with bright field, incident & dark field transmitted illumination.

Observe under Dark field illumination inclusions within the gem stone. In addition Incident Fluorescent illuminator is mounted on a flexible gooseneck. This aids examination of clarity, colour and finish. Enabling gemologists full angle adjustment / repositioning of incident illumination.

Ergonomically designed, a comfortable viewing position is obtained by tilting the optical body in a range of 0°- 45°.  Gem microscope body is rotatable 360° to share microscope image view.  Looking to record gem stone features? Why not add Image capture, with the addition of a Moticam digital camera.

Motic Microscopes GM-171 Trinocular Gemmology Microscope Comprises:-

  • Greenough zoom optical system
  • Trinocular head, 45° inclined, 360° rotating
  • 100:0 (eyetubes), 0:100 (right eyetube/trinocular tube) optical split
  • Widefield adjustable eyepieces N-WF10X/23mm
  • 6.7:1 Zoom ratio, WD=110mm
  • Objective magnification range: 0.75X-5X
  • Specialised gemmology tilting base, 0° to 45° tilting range: 360° rotary base
  • Coarse focusing system with tension adjustment
  • 6V/30W halogen brightfield/darkfield illumination with intensity control
  • Flexible gooseneck 7W fluorescent incident illumination
  • Main supply 220V-240V (CE)
  • Gem stone holder
  • Aluminium carrying case and dust cover
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Motic GM171 Gemmology Microscope from MMS Microscopes

Motic GM171 Gemmology Microscope from MMS Microscopes

Gem stone holder - Motic GM171 Gemmology Microscope from MMS Microscopes

Gem stone holder – Motic GM171 Gemmology Microscope from MMS Microscopes