Unitron Z850 Stereo Zoom Microscope




The Unitron Z850 Series Stereo Zoom Microscopes offer a 6.3:1 zoom ratio with excellent optical performance making it an ideal choice for the inspection of pcb boards,chip sets, components, industrial applications, science and research, education and OEM integrations requiring a high magnification range.

The Z850 Microscope is a versatile, high performance, ergonomically designed zoom stereo microscope ruggedly built to withstand years of heavy usage. The body of the stereo zoom microscope is composed of anti-electrostatic materials so that the unit will discharge static electricity build up almost immediately. In addition with its anti- mold design the unit can be used in areas of high heat and humidity.

For those customers who are concerned about contamination, the Unitron Z850 Stereo Zoom Microscope is designed to be airtight preventing contamination from dust, water, oil, and other particles.

Various optional lighting options are available as well as eyepieces, stands, cameras and either a binocular or trinocular version.

1.Q: Is this the only microscope you carry?

A. No. We carry a wide range of microscopes offering various specifications and for a wide range of applications including Vet Microscopes, Education Microscopes,  Forensic Microscopes, Compound Microscopes and much more. Contact  us at +44 (0) 161 871 7450 if you need assistance.


2.Q: Do supply  Universities and offer a University discount?

A: We've worked with many Universities and are happy to discuss discounts for larger sized orders.


3. Q: What is the difference between a compond microscope and a stereo zoom microscope?

A:xA compound microscope provides a single optical path divided at the observation tube to give the same image to both the left and right eye. A compound microscope is used to look at specimens under very high magnification (40x – 1000x or greater). Typical specimens would be bacteria, animal or plant cells, blood counts and chromosomes.

A stereo microscope, which is also referred to as a zoom stereo or dissecting microscope, has two different optical paths or axes, which are offset from one another. The two independent optical systems allows for the depth perception and three-dimensional view that is created by a stereo microscope. Stereo microscopes are offered at fixed magnifications (i.e. 1x and 3x or 2x and 4x) or they can be in a continuous zoom (zoom stereo) and offer a range of magnifications (0.7x thru 4.5x). Stereo microscopes are often used to inspect electronic components, minerals, jewelry, coins, textiles, insects and animal dissections.