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LB-1910 Surgical Microscope for Dental and ENT

LB-1910 Surgical Microscope for Dental and ENT emphasizes proper posture and placement of the instrument throughout the surgical process, allowing a practitioner to maintain an upright sitting position to gain maximum comfort, reducing fatigue, while protecting the practitioner’s neck, shoulders and back from unnecessary strain.

Labomed, Inc. is certified by ISO 9001-2013, has CE Conformity and is FDA Licensed.

Features

  • The primary mirror can be easily maintained at any location within the movement.
  • 180° angle adjustable hinged optical binocular tube.
  • Smart spring arm, allowing for easy movement, with two light sources (halogen and xenon lamps) to efficiently ensure ample, safe and reliable lighting throughout the treatment.
  • Bright and clear, strong stereoscopic impression optical system.
  • Expand your microscopic horizons through fast, efficient subtle observations throughout the treatment process.

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Technical Specifications

Applications

LB-1910 Surgical Microscope for Dental and ENT is portable, compact and is mainly applied in clinic, hospitals and mobile hospitals for Dental and ENT.

MAIN MICROSCOPE LENS SYSTEM
Magnification:   Five steps drum wheels: 3.4x, 5.1x, 8.3x, 13.5x,20.5x, the ratio of magnification:1:6.
Main Double Ocular: The adjustable binocular of dyadic dip angle of modulus 0.~180 optical hinged tube,10x (optical 12.5x) wide angle eyepieces, The mirror moves front and back, the range
inclines:>90 degree.
Diameter of Visual Field: The diameter of the visual field. Φ66mm, Φ41mm, Φ26mm, Φ16.5mm, Φ10.4mm
Focusing System:   The apochromatic big objective with micro-adjusting, foci: 250mm. the range of focusing: 20mm, optional different focal length
Telescoping Arm: 300-350mm
Regulate and  Control System: Excellent incline system with damping, up-down system with control system spring arm.
   
STAND SYSTEM  
Floor Stand:                     
(optical parts:                 
wall-hanging model, top hanging model)
Light weight, easy to move between research areas for mutual sharing of the instrument.
The dimension of base: 640x640mm. Weight: 100kg
The spread length of total arm:≥ 1300mm,
The range of up-down:≥ 500mm
   
ILLUMINATION SYSTEM
Halogen Lamp Illumination: The coaxial cool light source fiber illumination, the max illuminates: ≥ 30000-60000Lx
Built-in 15V 150W halogen bulb, fast switching spare halogen, continuous dimming.
Xenon Lamp Illumination: Built-in 50W xenon lamp, with daylight characteristics, depth of field advantage
illumination, brightness adjustment knob, xenon lamp intermittent dimming,
orange and green filter (Adjustable)
   
TILTING SYSTEM  
Tilting Angle: About ≤ 15°. The microscope can be tilted to the left or right so that a comfortable
upright posture can be maintained during surgery while reducing fatigue for the operator.
   
ELECTRICAL STANDARDS
Rated voltage: 220V (±10%), 110V (±10%)
Maximum power: 250VA with Automatic short-circuit protection device.
Rated frequency: 50Hz/60Hz
   

Optional Accessories
(must be ordered separately)

PHOTOGRAPHY AND CAMERA SYSTEM (OPTIONAL)
Built-in CCD (optional): Freeze frame function, to capture a static lens
User-specific parameter design; Continuous vertical image flip;
Video format PAL/NTSC; Interface/C,VBS
Color 480 lines of horizontal resolution, illumination 6Lux, safe water
Outlay CCD (optional): Splitter beam: 20%,50% , the CCD interface
Digital camera system: (optional): Splitter beam: 20%,50%, the camera interface.

ALL ACCESSORIES ARE OPTIONAL AND MUST BE ORDERED SEPARATELY

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Labomed, Inc. Mailing Address: 2728 S La Cienega Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90034 U.S.A TEL (310) 202-0814  FAX (310) 202-7286 Email: spectro@labomed.com, labomedinc@gmail.com 

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