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Coaxial Focusing Block

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CAMBRIDGE, England, Feb. 5, 2016 — Prior Scientific Instruments Ltd. has announced the FB201 coaxial coarse- and fine-focusing block designed for OEM microscopy applications.

Rack and pinion mounting allows the device to produce smooth, precise focusing over 29 mm of travel. A large coarse-focusing mechanism incorporates a slip clutch and tension adjustment. Fine-focus adjustment control is graduated in 2-µm divisions throughout the coarse-focus range.

The focus block can be adapted to various mounting configurations and can support up to 5 kg.


Photonics.com
Feb 2016
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