AMSCOPE-KIDS Student Beginner Microscope With LED,100X/400X/1200X Magnification,Includes Accessory Set and Box-red
- AMSCOPE-KIDS Student Beginner Microscope With LED,100X/400X/1200X Magnification,Includes Accessory Set and Box-red
- Beginner compound microscope provides high magnification for educational applications,100X, 400x, and 1200x Magnification.
- Super educational toy includes everything necessary for a child to be introduced to science and get started dissecting specimens
- Monocular viewing head with LED,Comes with multi-piece accessory kit
- Requires 2AA batteries (not including)
AmScope-Kid Microscope will teach children to work with adults on how to analyze subjects of all matter using this basic science microscope kit. Kids can use this educational microscope to collect, observe, analyze specimens, and record findings on their objects.Your children will receive educational insights from this microscope kit. It features a refined microscope with 100x, 400x and 1200X magnification powers and a powerful LED light. 2 AA batteries are needed which are not included in the product.
Age Recommendation: 8+ years old.
– Head: monnocular
– Magnification: 100X/400X/1200X
– Power: 2 AA batteries(not included)
– Achromatic Objective: 10X,40X,120X
– Eyepiece: WF10X, adjustable
– Focusing: knobs
– Stage: one layer mechanical stage
– Converter: 3 holes downward)
– Material: ABS
1 x Microscope
1 x Tweezer
5 x Blank Slides
1 x Set of Blank Labels
2 x Collection Vials
1. Open the battery compartment door at the bottom by unscrewing the locking screw
2. Put two AA batteries as directed in the compartment
3. Put on the locking screw
4. Lift the nose piece as much as possible with the upper wheel
5. Put the prepared slide with a speciman under the two clips on the stage
6. Point the light up and turn it on.
7. Focus images by the upper knobs
8. Change eyepiece power by turning it in clock or anti-clock directions slowly
9. Change light intensity with the lower knobs (Note: Too much light may crush low contrast details)
10. Change magnification powers with care, especially from the smallest one to the largest one, to avoid hitting the stage