CELESTRON LABS CB2000C Compound Binocular Microscope with 5.5 x 5.5" Mechanical Stage

BH #CECB2000C • MFR #44132
CELESTRON LABS
CELESTRON LABS CB2000C Compound Binocular Microscope with 5.5 x 5.5" 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 CB2000C Compound Binocular Microscope is ideally suited for the classroom and lab environments with a comfortable binocular head design and broad magnification range. Its four-objective 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. One of each size eyepiece features an integrated pointer. A port on the front of the head accepts the included trinocular attachment that will allow a third eyepiece to be used, or to mount imaging equipment.
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CELESTRON LABS CB2000C Overview

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

Celestron Lab's CB2000C Compound Binocular Microscope is ideally suited for the classroom and lab environments with a comfortable binocular head design and broad magnification range. Its four-objective 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. One of each size eyepiece features an integrated pointer. A port on the front of the head accepts the included trinocular attachment that will allow a third eyepiece to be used, or to mount imaging equipment.

The 5.5 x 5.5" stage is articulated on the X and Y axes and a limit-stop lock prevents the objectives from striking the specimen/slides as well as providing the optimal working distance. 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 dual coarse/fine coaxial focus knobs with 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

  • Coaxial coarse and fine focus knobs
  • Left and right focus knobs for left and right-handed use
  • Sliding Interpupillary adjustment to accommodate a wide range of users
  • Right-eye dioptric adjustment
  • Limit-stop lock prevents the objectives from striking the specimen/slides

Stage

  • 5.5 x 5.5" mechanical square stage
  • Limit-stop lock prevents the objectives from striking the specimen/slides
  • 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: 050234441322

CELESTRON LABS CB2000C 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: 9.8 x W: 7.3 x H: 14.3" / L: 24.8 x W: 18.4 x H: 36.2 cm (Microscope)
L: 5.5 x W: 5.5" / L: 14.0 x W: 14.0 cm (Specimen Stage)
Weight12.3 lb / 5.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight16.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)17.8 x 13.2 x 11.5"

CELESTRON LABS CB2000C Reviews

Better than microscopes found in most high schools

By Robert
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-07-29

The quality of this microscope and its price make it a perfect choice for a public or private school teacher to purchase and use in their classroom. One of the problems encountered by most students in public schools, when allowed to use a microscope, is that the quality is so poor that any interest or excitement is lost. With the addition of a HD camera connect to the third tube a realtime presentation can be made to an entire classroom. As for home schooling ... what better than a means to actually see what has been described in a text and then share that visual on a PC with others.

A fine microscope

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-02-11

I purchased this microscope for my granddaughter, a grade 5 student. As a retired physician with experience in using a microscope, I would judge this instrument an excellent value for its price. The illumination is of the fixed Koehler type, but there are work-arounds and the achromatic objectives are surprisingly good. Photomicrography can be a problem, not because of the microscope itself, but because of the constraints of available instruments. The Celestrone prepared slides are excellent. Richard Headstrom's Adventures with a Microscope can be highly recommended as manual for activities.

Good value for a microscope

By Michael the Vet
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2015-12-28

I have this as my dirty scope for my veterinary hospital (my older, better quality clean scope Zeiss is also from B&H). Very easy to set up, is well-constructed/robust, all mechanical bits work correctly. Optically, it is a bit less good then our Zeiss, but then it's 1/4 the price, too. A very reliable bench top microscope for us, I'm very happy with B&H once again.

Very Happy with the Microscope

By Mr. Lopez
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2015-08-07

I am a High School teacher. Recently, my children and I were discussing microscopic life, so I decided to look into purchasing a microscope. After a few hours of browsing the web, I found your website, and, at that point, we knew we had found the right store and microscope for us. Some of the features I love about this microscope are as follows:1) Integration of Fine Focus knob in to the Coarse Focus knob.2) Wider Stage3) Two sets of eye pieces 10x and 20x4) Trinocular (which means that there is a third tube at the top to put a camera?) 5) This configuration came with a USB camera to attach to your computer.Overall the microscope works well and my kids are learning! If you want the same for your children, buy them this one, dont buy them a toy microscope.I enjoyed their product so much, I spent an additional $$on a Telescope. Science nights have changed around our house!!! :)

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