NZ Stereo Zoom Trinocular Microscope

The NZ Stereo Zoom Trinocular Microscope is designed for all industrial, electronic, and medical manufacturing applications. It boasts a new, rugged, air and moisture tight housing, and unbreakable eyepiece ports. It is perfect for the rigors of the assembly line or any harsh manufacturing environment. This also make s the NZ virtually maintenance free. With the NZ series you will be able to view or inspect your work with unequaled clarity and know that the durability of the microscope will never be compromised. With a wide variety of Eyepieces, Focus Mount, Stand, Illumination, and auxiliary lens accessories, you will be able to find the perfect system to meet your needs.

System Features

Performance Optics
Precision polished optics provide a clear and defined image for accurate inspection or manual assembly, micro-soldering, or dissection.
Maintenance Free
Air-tight and anti-mold construction. Reduced need to perform regular maintenance saves money in overall costs and time.
True-Trinocular provides simultaneous images through eyepieces and camera port. Ideal for supervisor observation and training.

NZ Series Data Sheet

NZ Body Specifications

Microscope Body Zoom Range: 0.8X – 5X
Zoom Ratio: 1:6.3
Magnification w/ 10X eyepieces 8X to 50X
Field of View 27.5mm – 4.4mm
Working Distance 115mm
Eyepieces Inclination: 45°
Dioptric Adjustment: ±5 Dual Independent
Interpupillary Adjustment: 52mm – 75mm
Microscope Ring Mount Diameter: 76mm
Available Eyepieces: 10X, 15X and 20X
Available Objective Lens: 0.5X and 2X
Available Video Coupler: 0.4X

Objective Lens Working Distance (mm) Video Coupler
Mag. FOV (mm)
0.5X 211mm 11.2X – 69.9X/td>

49.9 – 7.99
Default (1X) 115mm 22.4X – 139.7X 24.9 – 3.9
2X 43.5mm 44.7X – 279.4X 12 – 2

Packaged Specifications: Below SCIENSCOPE Packages comes with the highlighted specifications.
Mag. = Magnification, FOV = Field of View, WD = Working Distance

Complete System Information Coming Soon!

Packages include a USB or WSXGA camera, choice of stand and lighting. USB cameras are great for capturing images with a computer and saving the data to networks. While WSXGA cameras can capture images to directly to an SD card while viewing a live image on an LCD monitor. You can also add measurement, annotation, and image comparison software to USB cameras.