Levenhuk DTX 350 LCD Digital Microscope

BH #LEDTX350LCD • MFR #74768
Levenhuk DTX 350 LCD Digital Microscope
Key Features
  • Up to 8MP Interpolated Resolution
  • 20x to 600x Digital Magnification
  • Use with Base or Handheld
  • Capture Still Images & 30 fps Video
Ideal for students, hobbyists, enthusiasts, technicians, and professionals, the Levenhuk DTX 350 LCD Digital Microscope is a full-size and full-featured versatile digital microscope built around a 0.3MP digital imaging sensor, capable of capturing color images and videos at 30 fps in up to 8MP interpolated resolution. You can view them on the built-in 4.3" color LCD display or send them to your Windows or Mac computer running the included software suite for capture, display, processing, and saving for later use and examination. The broad magnification range makes it capable of being used in disciplines including circuit board inspection, gem examination, and textile and document restoration all the way to field research into microscopic biological specimens and cellular structures.
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Levenhuk DTX 350 LCD Digital Microscope

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Levenhuk DTX 350 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Performance
  • 3Viewing Options
  • 4Stage
  • 5Use and Handling

Ideal for students, hobbyists, enthusiasts, technicians, and professionals, the Levenhuk DTX 350 LCD Digital Microscope is a full-size and full-featured versatile digital microscope built around a 0.3MP digital imaging sensor, capable of capturing color images and videos at 30 fps in up to 8MP interpolated resolution. You can view them on the built-in 4.3" color LCD display or send them to your Windows or Mac computer running the included software suite for capture, display, processing, and saving for later use and examination. The broad magnification range makes it capable of being used in disciplines including circuit board inspection, gem examination, and textile and document restoration all the way to field research into microscopic biological specimens and cellular structures.

To make saving your findings and observations a seamless experience, the LCD module offers an easy-to-use control panel, a microSD memory card slot, and a mini-USB data port. To provide vivid and crisp images, the optics feature an all-glass lens system and an 8-LED illumination array with adjustable brightness. If you can't bring your specimen to your examination table, the head unit can be removed from the base and brought to your specimen. The whole system runs on a built-in Li-ion battery that can keep you going for up to 7 hours; you can also feed it power while you're connected to your computer.

Performance

  • Digital magnifications from a low 20x for large specimens like rocks and stamps to 600x for microscopic organisms and plants
  • Capture still images and 30 fps videos of specimens
  • *.jpg photo and *.avi video files
  • 0.3MP image sensor; with 1.3, 3, 5, and 8MP interpolated image resolutions
  • Sequence capture function allows user to set the time to begin capturing images or videos, interval between captures, video duration, and number of files to be captured—ideal for comparison images of a flowering plant, mold growth, etc.
  • Save files to onboard memory card slot; compatible with microSD cards up to 32GB—1GB card included with SD card adapter

Viewing Options

  • Large 4.3" color LCD screen provides rich specimen detail; play back saved photos and videos
  • Video out via USB 2.0 port
  • Send to Windows or Mac computer for processing, display, capture, and saving to examine at a later date
  • USB cable included

Computer Requirements:

  • Windows 7, 8, 10
  • Mac 10.12 and above
  • At least P4 1.8GHz CPU or above
  • 512MB of RAM
  • 64MB video card
  • USB 2.0 port
  • CD drive

Stage

  • Combination stand and base allows for the study of larger specimens such as cloth, rocks, and wood
  • Adjustable-height head placement provides room for bulky specimens
  • Integrated clips hold slides firmly in place
  • Printed measuring scale appears on X and Y axes
  • 8-LED array built into the head unit illuminates the whole stage, with rheostat dimmer to precisely control the brightness
  • Solid base is designed for nontransparent specimens with top (overhead) illumination only

Use and Handling

  • Camera head/screen can be removed and used handheld without base to observe larger objects that won't fit under the stage or cannot be brought to the stage
  • Software allows for precise measurements of specimens as small as 0.001mm as well as for measuring the distance, square, angles, and radii of objects
  • PortableCapture software provides measurement and calibration functions
  • Runs on a built-in Li-ion battery for up to 7 hours, with a 5-hour charge time
  • Supported languages include: Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
UPC: 753215772513

Levenhuk DTX 350 Specs

Microscope TypeDigital
Nosepiece1-Position Nosepiece
Imaging
Optical MagnificationNone
Digital Magnification4.3" Camera: 20 to 600x
Objective20 to 600x
Max Resolution0.3 MP
Additional Resolutions8 MP (Interpolated)
5 MP (Interpolated)
3 MP (Interpolated)
1.3 MP (Interpolated)
Image File FormatJPEG
FocusingCoarse
Working Distance0.2 to 3.15" / 5 to 80 mm
A/V Recording
File FormatAVI
Illumination
Illumination Type8 x LED
Connectivity/System Requirements
Wired ConnectivityUSB 2.0
Wireless ConnectivityNone
Memory Card TypemicroSD (up to 32 GB)
Compatible Operating SystemsWindows 7, 8, 10
MacOS 10.12 or Later
Supported LanguagesDutch
English
French
German
Italian
Japanese
Korean
Polish
Portuguese
Russian
Simplified Chinese
Spanish
Environmental
Operating Temperature32 to 113°F / 0 to 45°C
General
Power SourceBattery, USB
Battery1 x Rechargeable Lithium-Ion (7-Hour Runtime)
DisplayYes, 4.3" / 10.9 cm Color
DimensionsNot Specified by Manufacturer
WeightNot Specified by Manufacturer
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