PEAK WIDE STAND MICROSCOPE
|Model 2034||Model 2054|
Peak Wide Stand Microscope is a simple measuring microscope designed to be compact and light weight like the Stand Microscope, but characterized by a wider field of view than the conventional ones. It allows not only to provide magnified view of fine pattern and contour of object, but also to measure length and compare the dimensions by using a scale built-in the eye-piece.
The standard 2034 series has always been equipped with sliding helical mechanism for the focusing while in the 2054 series the focusing is made through rack movement controlled by two knobs on the sides of the microscope.
The 2034/2054 CIL series differs from the 2034/2054 series because it is also equipped with a coaxial incident light illumination. The illumination comes dwon from the inside of the microscope. This illumination system is suitable for observing the objects which have high rate of reflection. This particular type of illumination allows to inspect also irregular surfaces (small holes, cracks, notches) without shadows and then the vision is sharp and detailed.
When you use the coaxial incident illumination, pull the change knob toward you and set it at the position "IN" and turn on the outer power source switch. When you use the pen light illumination, pull the change knob and set it at the position "OUT" and cut the outer power source switch. The illumination by pen light is available by turning on the pen light switch.
|2034||2034 CIL||2054||2054 CIL|
OPTIC ROLL MICROSCOPE
Examining a curved surface with the traditional portable microscopes is often difficult; observing the surfaces and even measuring could be unreliable because of the instability due to the conformation of these microscopes stand, which is not suitable to be set on curved surfaces.
Now the Roll series can be placed also on these surfaces (for instance, cylinders and engraved rolls for the printing sector, etc.) and make accurate inspections and measurements also with high magnifications. Several persons will be able to see and comment the same observation point because the instrument is firmly positioned.
The fast and reliable positioning is guaranteed by a particular stand which allows the microscope to inspect rolls up to a minimum 80mm diameter; while it is available the Rolls Plus (optional) for rolls below 80mm and up to 10mm.
In order to allow the observer an optimal vision of the examined surface and carry on them the beam of light coming from the light pen, the stand is revolving.
The Roll series also includes the version with magnetic stand M-Roll which allows, where possible, the microscope to be positioned also at 90° without bringing the magnets into direct contact with the surfaces.
The whole range of the optical microscopes of the ROLL and M-ROLL series is available in video colour and B&W version and use interchangeable objectives with magnetic connection for magnifications from 15x and 1150x (with CIL COAXIAL until 2800x).
For particular requirements (especially in the sector of general engraving) the CIL ROLL series is now available which, besides having all the features of the previous series, has the prerogative to be also equipped with a system of coaxial light.
All these small and cheap videomicroscopes, have been designed with the intention of facilitating the user in bringing and using them.
For those who have already Peak microscopes of the 2034/2054 series it is now available a specific Stand Roll which allows to integrate the microscope in order to allow the optical vision on curved surfaces.
2034 CIL ROLL
|2054 CIL M-ROLL||2054 CIL ROLL|
|CIL = coaxial light - M = magnetic base|
Base for "roll" series
|The table shows the characteristics of all Peak Wide Stand Microscopes sorted by optical magnification. Data refer to any model, including all combinations that include coaxial light and roll base.|
|ø 7.2 mm||ø 3.6 mm||ø 2.4 mm||ø 1.45 mm||ø 0.96 mm||ø 0.72 mm||ø 0.48 mm|
|6.0 mm||3.0 mm||2.0 mm||1.2 mm||0.9 mm||0.6 mm||0.4 mm|
|36.0 mm||18.7 mm||10.8 mm||5.7 mm||9.2 mm||6.7 mm||4.0 mm|
|35.0 mm||22.0 mm||16.5 mm||10.7 mm||7.3 mm||5.7 mm||3.9 mm|
|Sizes and net weight of each item (accessories excluded)|
|Code||2034-20 / 300||2054-20 / 300|
|Size||ø 63 x 172 mm||ø 69 x 172 mm|
|Net weight||237-241 g||263-267 g|
with led light
both mm and inch scale
|Code||2034-20 CH||2034-40 CH|
|Field of view||6 mm / 0.24"||3.6 mm / 0.14"|
|Min. scale division||0.1 mm / 0.005"||0.05 mm / 0.002"|
|Measuring range||6 mm / 0.24"||3.6 mm / 0.14"|
|Working distance||36.0 mm||18.7 mm||10.8 mm||5.7 mm||9.2 mm||6.7 mm||4.0 mm|
|Focal distance||35.0 mm||22.0 mm||16.5 mm||10.7 mm||7.3 mm||5.7 mm||3.9 mm|
|Eyepieces with internal measuring scale|
|Min. scale div.||0.1 mm||0.05 mm||0.02 mm||0.01 mm||0.005 mm||0.002 mm||0.001 mm|
|Eyepiece without internal measuring scale|
|For objective||20X - 40X - 60X - 100X - 150X - 200X - 300X|
|⇓⇓ Surfaces with Annular Lighting ⇓⇓|
treated glass (320X)
|Anilox roll (1000X)||Rotochalcographic
|⇑⇑ Surfaces with Coaxial Lighting ⇑⇑|
|The lighting goes through the same axis of the lens.
The light comes perpendicularly on the surface of the object creating a hard image; this is due to the complete return of rays coming from flat surfaces and of those reflecting from slanting surfaces. This system is perfect to visualize engravings of metallic objects.
OBJECTIVES FOR COAXIAL LIGHT with Magnetic Mount
|Field of view||Maximum examineable depth|
|200-CX||225X||1.4 x 1.1 mm||15 mm|
|320-CX||390X||0.7 x 0.5 mm||-|
|475-CX||550X||0.5 x 0.4 mm||-|
|750-CX||950X||0.3 x 0.2 mm||-|
|1100-CX||1380X||0.2 x 0.15 mm||-|
|1500-CX||1810X||0.15 x 0.11 mm||-|
|2350-CX||2750X||0.1 x 0.09 mm||-|
|- The values reported on the tables could be lightly different (5-10%) due to the optical and mechanical unlike series.
- These objectives are usable also with VCR-CX PRO with annular light.