The SM-3T stereo microscope provides precise and clear images. A stereo microscope provides an in-depth image, making it possible to solder SMD components for example.
The SM-3TP is trinocular, which means that there is a third port available to connect a camera using a C-mount adapter. The SM-3T is not simul-focal and there is no camera port available. If you plan on using the camera frequently, we recommend using the SM-3TP.
The SM-3T microscope offers a magnification from 7x to 45x at a maximum working height of 100mm. For use with electronics it is best to use a barlow lens 0.5x. This halves the magnification of the microscope and doubles the working distance (the distance between the lens and the working platform).
The microscope has a solid base with a sound arm that can be positioned freely. You can install it quickly on top of, for example, a PCB or the phone you want to repair.
|Magnification||Single||7x - 45x||7x - 45x||7x - 45x||7x - 45x||6.7x - 45x|
|Max. range||20 mm||20 mm||20 mm||20 mm||20 mm||22 mm|
|Included accessories||-||-||-||-|| 60 LED ring lighting,
Barlow lens 0.5x
|Dioptre correction||+/- 5dp|
|Pupil space||Adjustable (55-75 mm)|
|Shipping weight||~ 25kg|
|LED ring lighting||Without illumination, it can get very dark under a microscope. So don't forget to order lighting.|
|Barlow lens 0.5x||A barlow lens is mounted at the bottom of the microscope's lens, halves the microscope's magnification and doubles the working distance (the distance between the lens and the working platform).|
|C-mount adapter 0.35x||A 0.35x C-mount adapter enables you to connect a camera to the microscope.|
|2K camera||A camera with HDMI output and storage capabilities with 2K resolution. If one would need a camera with a higher resolution, we would recommend the 4K camera.|
|Premium rubber eyepieces||Rubber eyepieces provide more comfort and reduces the incidence of light.|
The microscope (tripod with arm, focus rack, eyepieces and lens) comes with rubber eyepiece protectors and a dust cover.
The following article in the knowledge centre explains the principles of the microscope for electronics inspection: The microscope: an introduction