CELESTRON LABS CB2000CF Compound Binocular Microscope with 4.3 x 4.7" Mechanical Stage

BH #CECB2000CF • MFR #44131
CELESTRON LABS
CELESTRON LABS CB2000CF Compound Binocular Microscope with 4.3 x 4.7" Mechanical Stage
Key Features
  • 4x, 10x, 40x, 100x Objectives
  • Use Immersion Oil with 100x Objective
  • 10x Wide Field Eyepieces, with Pointer
  • 20x Wide Field Eyepieces
Celestron Lab's CB2000CF Compound Binocular Microscope is ideally suited for students and hobbyists with its comfortable binocular head design and broad magnification range. Its four-objective click-stop turret holds the 4x, 10x, 40x, 100x achromatic objectives and the instrument comes with two sets of eyepieces that produce magnifications from a practical 40x to a powerful 2000x.
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CELESTRON LABS CB2000CF Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Optical System
  • 3Lighting
  • 4Focusing
  • 5Stage

Celestron Lab's CB2000CF Compound Binocular Microscope is ideally suited for students and hobbyists with its comfortable binocular head design and broad magnification range. Its four-objective click-stop turret holds the 4x, 10x, 40x, 100x achromatic objectives and the instrument comes with two sets of eyepieces that produce magnifications from a practical 40x to a powerful 2000x.

The 4.3x4.7" stage is articulated on the X and Y axes to place the exact area of interest precisely in the center of the stage. An adjustable-intensity halogen bulb under the stage provides the necessary illumination and the manually adjustable iris and Abbe condenser ensures the perfect amount of light and beam spread to illuminate the specimen without washing it out. Use the coarse and fine focus knobs, and the right-eye dioptric adjustment, to bring all specimens into sharp, clean focus.

Optical System

  • Two 20x wide field eyepieces
  • Two 10x wide field eyepieces, one with pointer
  • 4x, 10x, 40x, and 100x achromatic objectives
  • 100x objective requires immersion oil for maximum resolution
  • Four-position click-stop turret
  • 40x, 100x, 400x, and 1000x magnification with 10x eyepieces
  • 80x, 200x, 800x, and 2000x magnification with 20x eyepieces

Lighting

  • 1.25 NA Abbe condenser with three color filters
  • Removable blue, yellow, green filters
  • Lower halogen illumination, adjustable intensity
  • Manual mechanical iris adjustment

Focusing

  • Separate coarse and fine focus knobs
  • Sliding Interpupillary adjustment to accommodate a wide range of users
  • Right-eye dioptric adjustment

Stage

  • 4.3 x 4.7" mechanical rectangular stage
  • Adjustable-width locking slide/specimen holder
  • Accepts 3 x 1" (76.2 x 25.4mm) specimen slides
  • X-Y right-handed stage adjustments
  • Integrated ruler on edge
UPC: 050234441315

CELESTRON LABS CB2000CF Specs

Head45° Inclined Binocular
Nosepiece4-Position Nosepiece
Imaging
Optical Magnification10x 40x, 100x, 400x, 1000x
20x 80x, 200x, 800x, 2000x
Objective4x, 10x, 40x, 100x
Eyepiece10x
20x
FocusingCoarse, Fine
Illumination
Illumination TypeBottom: Halogen
DimmerYes
General
Power110 VAC, 60 Hz
DimensionsL: 8.8 x W: 7.3 x H: 15.3" / L: 22.2 x W: 18.4 x H: 38.7 cm (Microscope)
L: 4.3 x W: 4.7" / L: 11.0 x W: 12.0 cm (Specimen Stage)
Weight7.8 lb / 3.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight10.75 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)20 x 12 x 8.4"
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Is it possible to buy affordable replacement light bulbs for the illumination system?
Asked by: CarlosMauricioCalle
We don't sell them. You would have to contact the manufacturer.
Answered by: John P.
Date published: 2018-08-25

Check your information: The stereomicroscope ...

Check your information: The stereomicroscope should not be confused with a binocular compound microscope, which has double eyepieces. The image in such a binocular compound microscope is no different from that obtained with a single monocular eyepiece. So, does a binocular microscope render images in 3D as you claim?
Asked by: Nick
The term stereo and binocular microscope have been used interchangeably by different manufactures. Stereo microscope are usually low powered ones as in field or dissecting microscope. where you are looking at a dimensional (3D) object. Binocular microscope are high powered compound microscope where you are looking at a biological on a glass slide with a cover slide over it (non-dimensional.) 3D effect very minimal.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2019-06-03

question

I notice The Celestron CB2000CF does not have dual lighting (no upper light, only lower). How good is the illumination for opaque objects? Do you find this a limitation?
Asked by: P R.
Lower light only. It's okay. I can't be much help here as I don't use this microscope nearly as much as I thought I would. How ever I also got this one which I find to be very useful to some like me in my workshop. <a href= http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/497712-REG/Celestron_44206_Model_44206_Professional_Stereoscopic.html target= _blank >http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/497712-REG/Celestron_44206_Model_44206_Professional_Stereoscopic.html</a>
Answered by: Ron C.
Date published: 2018-12-22
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