IQCrew Science Discovery Series 40X-500X Inverted Microscope with Microscope Book for Students and Kids

SKU: IN50C-WM

Availability: In Stock

Regular price $117.99 $84.99
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SELECTING A COMPOUND MICROSCOPE is as easy as 1-2-3...

Select the type of microscope you need or your industry

Select by type of microscope - Our Compound Microscope Assortment has been divided into major categories to make your shopping easy.

These categories include:

Brightfield, Darkfield, Phase-Contrast, Inverted and others

Choose a business application or industry to find the right compound microscope. Major industries or applicatins include:

Veterinary, Laboratory Use, Teaching, Metallurgical, Gemology and many others

Select a Magnification

AmScope offers an industry-leading selection of magnifications. All products are in-stock and usually ship the same day ordered

Select a Camera

We offer a wide variety of Cameras for every application - from student to professional use:

Select a type of camera - Eyepiece, USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 - to name the most popular choices

Choose the Megapixels of the camera - the higher the megapixel count on a camera sensor the greater the amount of detail that can be captured in an image

The Higher the Magnification - The More Detail You'll See

Magnification 40x
Magnification 1000x
Magnification 2500x

Magnification is the ability of your microscope to make small objects seem larger. As the magnification increases the area being viewed will be decrease is size but the detail of the area being viewed will improve.

Amscope microscopes come with multiple magnifications to aid you in finding the proper magnification for viewing each specimen.

Camera Connection Types

When comaring 2.0 and 3.0 there are few major differences. First the transfer rates. USB 2.0 offers transfer rates of 480 Mbps and USB 3.0 offers transfer rates of 4.8 Gbps - that's 10 times faster.

Camera Resolution

The most important factor in ensuring successful microscopic imaging is choosing the appropriate optics and camera for your application that gives you more data and higher image quality. When selecting a microscope camera, it is best to base your decision on the most important requirements for your microscopic observation.

Key Features

  • IQCrew's Science Discovery Series is designed to inspire kids to learn more about science. Microscopes are a standard component of STEM curricula, including biology, chemistry, and geology.
  • The inverted design lets you view a wider variety of specimens than conventional, upright microscopes, including standard slides, liquids, crystals, and much more!
  • The high-quality lenses provide true optical magnification, from 40X to 500X, with two eyepieces for a wider range.
  • The World of the Microscope is a beautifully-illustrated book that will help guide first-time users through the history of microscopes, and how to perform some experiments right at home.

IQCrew's Science Discovery Series is designed to inspire kids to learn more about science. Microscopes are important tools which help children understand science and nature by allowing them to peek into the microscopic world, which is why they are a standard component of STEM curricula. Biology, chemistry, geology, and many more fields rely on microscopes to understand how things work.

Our new inverted design provides a big advantage over conventional microscopes, by allowing both traditional specimen slides and liquids to be used. By moving the microscope's lenses under the specimen stage, there's plenty room on top. A Petri dish can be used to hold liquid samples like pond water, hatching brine shrimp, or growing crystals. The inverted design also lets you adjust the focus without moving the stage, which could disturb the specimen.

How close up do you want to see things? The IN50C includes 2 eyepieces, and has 5 magnifications from 40X to 500X! The high-quality lenses provide a wide range of true optical magnification.

This kit includes a beautifully-illustrated book that will help guide first-time users through the history of microscopes, and how to perform some experiments right at home. The kit also includes materials to prepare your own samples, like a Petri dish and blank slides. There is a graduated cylinder for measuring, and a pipette for easily transferring liquid samples. Forceps, a probe, and a stirring rod are also included for preparing and positioning specimens.

Specifications

Magnification Range 40X to 500X
Optical System Inverted Finite
Head Monocular
Eyepiece Mount 23mm
Eyepieces 10X, 25X
Objective Turret Triple
Objective Lenses 4X, 10X, 20X
Focusing System Coarse focus
Stage Single-layer stationary 105mm x 118mm oval
Condenser Long-working-distance NA 0.19
Transmitted Illumination 0.5W LED
Power Three 1.5V AA batteries
application Microscope-Student
category Microscope-Compound
color Microscope-White
compatibility None
condenser design Single Lens w/ disc
field view Widefield
head style Microscopes-Monocular
illumination style Transmitted (Bottom)
light type LED
magnification type Multi-Power
magnifying style Microscope-Multi Power
Manufacturer IQCrew
microscope application Teaching/Training
microscope category Compound
microscope color White
microscope condenser type Brightfield
microscope eyepiece power 10X
microscope eyepiece size 23mm
microscope field view Widefield
microscope head style Monocular
microscope light shape Built-in
microscope light type LED
microscope num of bulbs 1
microscope objective power 10X, 25X
microscope objective size Other
microscope optics Achromatic
microscope power supply Battery
microscope school Elementary
microscope specialty Inverted
microscope stage Single-layer Stage with Clips
optics Achromatic
Prop 65 Prop 65 Warning
school Elementary
specialty Microscope-Inverted
stage Microscope-Single-layer Stage with Clips

IQCrew's Science Discovery Series is designed to inspire kids to learn more about science. Microscopes are important tools which help children understand science and nature by allowing them to peek into the microscopic world, which is why they are a standard component of STEM curricula. Biology, chemistry, geology, and many more fields rely on microscopes to understand how things work.

Our new inverted design provides a big advantage over conventional microscopes, by allowing both traditional specimen slides and liquids to be used. By moving the microscope's lenses under the specimen stage, there's plenty room on top. A Petri dish can be used to hold liquid samples like pond water, hatching brine shrimp, or growing crystals. The inverted design also lets you adjust the focus without moving the stage, which could disturb the specimen.

How close up do you want to see things? The IN50C includes 2 eyepieces, and has 5 magnifications from 40X to 500X! The high-quality lenses provide a wide range of true optical magnification.

This kit includes a beautifully-illustrated book that will help guide first-time users through the history of microscopes, and how to perform some experiments right at home. The kit also includes materials to prepare your own samples, like a Petri dish and blank slides. There is a graduated cylinder for measuring, and a pipette for easily transferring liquid samples. Forceps, a probe, and a stirring rod are also included for preparing and positioning specimens.

Specifications

Magnification Range 40X to 500X
Optical System Inverted Finite
Head Monocular
Eyepiece Mount 23mm
Eyepieces 10X, 25X
Objective Turret Triple
Objective Lenses 4X, 10X, 20X
Focusing System Coarse focus
Stage Single-layer stationary 105mm x 118mm oval
Condenser Long-working-distance NA 0.19
Transmitted Illumination 0.5W LED
Power Three 1.5V AA batteries

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