Z12 zoom modules
 Posted on March 05, 2012
Navitar 12:1 manual zoom bodiesZoom modules The Zoom 12:1 module contains the zoom mechanism and determines the mechanical nature of your zoom system.
Image at left shows zoom module with 1X upper tube on top and Coax illuminator with 1X auxiliary lens at bottom.
Manual adjustment of the zoom and focus allow the user to change the field of view and regain focus when the sample they are imaging changes size.

Detents: Obtain specific "stops" throughout the zoom range by selecting a body tube with Detents. Typically used in measuring systems where each position may be calibrated.

Fine Focus:  For applications without separate moving support systems, the Fine Focus body tubes offer focus over a 6 mm (Fine Focus axial distance at the object.

Coaxial Illumination:  Coaxial / on axis illumination is most effective when imaging flat specular surfaces. By integrating the coaxial illumination port, a collimated, diffuse and uniform illumination source is integrated into a zoom lens.
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    Part # / Price
    12:1 manual zoom module, 0.58 to 7X magnification, no illumination
    OZDH12     CAD793  US$782
    12:1 manual zoom module, 0.58 to 7X magnification, with detent, no illumination
    OZDH12D    CAD886 US$874
    12:1 manual zoom module, 0.58 to 7X magnification, COAX illuminator
    OZDH12C    CAD979 US$966
    12:1 manual zoom module, 0.58 to 7X magnification, with detent, COAX illuminator
    OZDH12CD     CAD1073  US$1058
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