The SIGETA BIONIC DIGITAL 64x-640x is an educational biological microscope with a supersensitive 2 megapixel camera eyepiece. The device is based on the BIONIC 64x-640x monocular microscope, but due to its ability to transmit and save images in digital format, it has justifiably been named DIGITAL.
The 2Mp digital eyepiece in the set is connected to the PC using the high-speed USB 2.0 interface (480 Mb/s) and does not require drivers to be installed during the initial connection. The split camera is consistent with the functionality of the microscope: when the units are used together, they form a distinct and detailed image on the PC display at a magnification of 64x, 160x or 640x.
Note: for the organization of work with micro-images you can install PO MiniSee software ( Free of charge ).
As well as a 16x eyepiece and a set of 4x, 10x, and 40x objectives, the microscope comes with useful accessories and a collection of finished samples. You will find on these slides slices of a pine needle and a cotton stem, a sample of an onion husk, a limb of a housefly, and a fragment of a dicotyledon stem.
In contrast to many other school microscopes, the SIGETA BIONIC DIGITAL is equipped with not only a lower but also an upper LED illuminator with smooth intensity regulator. Due to the bright illumination of the object table even opaque specimens such as banknotes, stamps, tree leaves and other flat objects can be examined under the microscope.
The other advantages of the model include fine focusing, micrometer calipers on the objective table and a double power system - both from 220V mains and regular AA batteries. It makes the instrument mobile and usable in the field condition even during microscopic modes. (The camera itself is powered only through the USB port of the laptop and does not require connecting to a power supply).
With the option of displaying the image on a screen or simply on the wall via a projector, the BIONIC DIGITAL is a perfect fit for the requirements of lecture halls, practicum classrooms, and other classrooms.