Levenhuk DTX TV Digital Microscope can be connected to a PC or TV. To do so, the external display of the device should have a HDMI connector. This will allow you to use the microscope for presentations, lectures, and training seminars. The microscope enables you to transfer images to a large screen to show your colleagues or friends the important steps of working with microscope samples.
The microscope has a smooth magnification adjustment in the 10x–200x range. At low magnifications, the microscope can work as a digital magnifier for studying small fonts and images. Powerful magnification allows you to observe biological samples and minerals. The microscope features a built-in LED illumination (8 bright lights) that allows for use in complete darkness. For more precise results, it is recommended that the microscope be installed on a stand.
The microscope is connected to a PC via a standard USB cable. In order to access all capabilities of the microscope, you should install the special image editing software (included in the kit). With its help, you can make photos of observed samples; record videos; change the size, contrast, and brightness of the image; and measure objects.
Levenhuk DTX TV Digital Microscope is a simple instrument that doesn’t require any special knowledge or skills to use. This makes the tool an ideal microscope for home studies, educational purposes, or hobby.
The kit includes:
Recommendations on using the software:
In order for the program to operate correctly, please launch the installed application only when your microscope is connected to a PC and ready for observations.
Levenhuk DTX TV Digital Microscope is not compatible with external digital cameras.
* Caution: Please refer to the specifications table for the correct mains voltage and never attempt to plug a 110V device into 220V outlet and vice versa without using a converter. Remember that mains voltage in the U.S. and Canada is 110V and 220–240V in most European countries.