AM2111 Dino-Lite Basic
Stimulate interest and excitement in abundant of applications with a digital microscope.
Delivery within Australia $10.00
All prices are inclusive of 10% GST
Stimulate interest and excitement with a digital microscope
Simply connect to a computer with USB 2.0 and sharing what you are observing under the microscope cannot be easier, as it can be shared either directly on a monitor or delivered through digital media. Also with the Dino-Lite’s ease-of-use design, it’s very approachable by beginners of microscopy.
Large range of magnification
Be able to use the Dino-Lite for an abundant of applications with its large range of magnification from 20x ~ 50x plus 200x without changing a single lens. The capability is achieved by scrolling the dial on the Dino-Lite to focus in relation to the working distance. Use low magnification at a distance and higher magnification (50x) when almost touching the specimen. At the same distance for 50x, keep on scrolling the dial to the right and obtain the highest magnification of 200x.
The Dino-Lite Basic AM2111 is an easy to use digital microscope that will stimulate interest and excitement for education and microscopy enthusiasts with magnification from 20x up to 200x depending of working distance. It allows the user to conveniently share observations under the microscope and also record them directly on a computer using friendly software for Windows or Macintosh operating systems.
The AM2111 is an update to the AM2011 with increased durability and improved focus dial movement.
|Model||AM2111 Dino-Lite Basic|
|Product Resolution||640×480 pixels (VGA)|
|Magnification Rate||20x~50x, 200x|
|Frame Rate||Up to 30fps|
|Save Formats||Image:DinoCapture2.0: BMP, GIF, PNG, MNG, TIF, TGA, PCX, WBMP, JP2, JPC, JPG, PGX, RAS, PNMDinoXcope: PNG, JPEG
DinoCapture2.0: WMV, FLV, SWF
|Lighting||4 white LED lights for illumination|
|Operating System Supported||Windows 8 ,7 ,Vista, XPMAC OS 10.4 or later|
|Unit Dimension||10.5cm (H) x 3.2cm (D)|
Information about working distance and field of view
|M||WD||FOV (x)||FOV (y)||DOF|
M = magnification rate
WD = working distance
WD1 = working distance without front cap
FOV = field of view
DOF= depth of field
Unit = mm