AM4113-N5UT

Observe and document nail blood circulation to check for healthy blood artery condition.

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Enhanced 1.3 Megapixels

Observes with accurate color reproductions and retain details under low lighting with the optimum resolution.

Scroll Lock

The scroll lock ensures the focus knob staying at the desired focus or magnification position without worry of unintentional movement.

USB 2.0

Digitize the microscopy experience; allow easy recording and sharing of observations in the office or out in the field with a compatible PC or MAC

MicroTouch

Under magnification the slightest movement can be a big change. You can use the MicroTouch, a protruding and easy to find touch sensitive trigger on the Dino-Lite that minimizes movement when used for taking pictures.

Fixed 500x magnification

Examine specimens in great detail with 500x magnification.

 

Model AM4113-N5UT Dino-Lite Premier
Interface USB 2.0
Product Resolution 1.3M pixels. (SXGA)
Magnification Rate 500x
Sensor Color CMOS
Frame Rate Up to 30fps
Save Formats Image:

DinoCapture2.0: BMP ,GIF ,PNG ,MNG ,TIF ,TGA ,PCX ,WBMP ,JP2 ,JPC ,JPG ,PGX ,RAS ,PNM
DinoXcope: PNG ,JPEG


Movie:

DinoCapture2.0: WMV, FLV ,SWF
DinXscope: MOV

Microtouch Touch sensitive trigger on the microscope for taking pictures
LED Lighting 8 white LED lights switched on/off by software
Operating System Supported Windows 7 ,Vista ,XP
MAC OS 10.4 or later
Unit Weight 100(g)
Unit Dimension 9.4cm (H) x 3.2cm (D)
Package Dimensions 16cm (L) x 16cm (W) x 6cm (H)

Information about working distance and field of view

Close Proximity Optics

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