Meiji MA939 60x Strain Free Plan Polarizing Objective for Transmitted LightMeiji Techno
N.A. 0.85, F.L. 2.9mm, W.D. 0.20mm
The MA939 (Central Stop-Eclipsing Dot Pattern Internal Design) Infinity corrected Strain Free Plan 60x Transmitted light Polarizing Upright Microscope Objective is made to the highest Japanese quality and optical standards, utilizing an Infinity Tube Lens Design F=200mm. Designed to meet the most advanced Polarizing and Geological imaging requirements. This objective represents the culmination of Meiji Techno's Optical Japanese technology. This objective offers increased brightness and the highest possible N.A. in its class for maximum light gathering ability. Designed to correct lateral and axial chromatic aberrations over the entire field of view. This objective produce images that are flat, crisp and clear with high contrast and optical resolution. This objective works with a wide array of petrographic applications. The stated magnification is based on a Tube lens of 200 mm. DIN Standard mounting threads is 0.7965" (20.1MM) Diameter threads, 36 TPI (Threads per inch), 55° Whitworth. This objective is compatible with all Infinity Corrected Optical System.
The MA939 (Central Stop-Eclipsing Dot Pattern Internal Design) Strain free Plan 60x Infinity Corrected Optical System (I.C.O.S.) upright compound polarizing objective lens is also an option in our MT9000, MT9400, MT9500 and MT9900 Polarizing Upright Series.
|Type||Strain Free for Transmitted Light (Polarizing)|
|Optical||Infinity Corrected ∞ Tube Lens|
|Numerical Aperture (N.A.)||0.85|
|Focal Length (F.L.)||2.9mm|
|Working Distance (W.D.)||0.20mm|
|Cover Slip Correction||0.17mm|
|Diameter Threads||0.7965" (20.1mm) DIN Standard|
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- 2.00 (in)
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