210 571
$299.00 inc. GST
Handyscope is a high-powered portable microscope especially made for fast and reliable fertility testing of semen. The device is ideal for ensuring semen selected for breeding is of the highest quality. Handyscope is powered by a replaceable camera-type lithium battery that will give around 10 hours of operation (battery included and spare supplied). The high-intensity LED lamp gives clear, bright images, even in dark working conditions. Magnification is 200X, equivalent to a good desktop unit. A fine-focus adjustment is incorporated. The Handyscope can be used with regular glass slides, but 5 special polycarbonate slides are supplied with the unit. These slides reduce cold-shock to the semen sample, giving more accurate motility results. They also have greater safety, being unbreakable, and can be reused. 100 glass cover slips are also supplied.
211 127
$289.00 inc. GST
The Biological Junior is a monocular microscope suitable for senior students and for farmers' spore and cell counting needs. The rotating lenses give magnifications of 40X, 100X and 400X. There is coarse and fine focus adjustment. Light can be from the concave mirror, or from the 240v transformer 15W bulb. A dust cover is supplied. Microscope is 30cm tall o.a.
Special compartmentalised slide for counting the number of stomach worm eggs in faeces from cattle, sheep, horses and other ruminants. This allows evaluation of the efficacy of the worm drench or drenching program being used, and also the likely pasture contamination in a given area. Ideally used with our Microscope Netsilver Senior, or with other 10X objective microscopes. The green printed slide makes for considerably easier recognition of grid lines. Slide can be cleaned and reused. Instructions for use are included.
212 859
$315.00 $299.00 inc. GST
This is a top class rhodium-plated Improved Neubauer glass counting slide for use by professionals. This slide can be washed and reused continually, and should last a lifetime. Ideal for the farmer or professional user doing regular spore counting.