Monocular Microscope


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At Hospital Store, we take pride in offering the lowest monocular microscope prices, catering to the needs of doctors, hospitals, laboratories and clinics and more. We are committed to providing high-quality monocular microscope from top brands, including Olympus, Labomed, Bausch and Lomb, Micron, IS IndoSurgicals, and many more. In addition, we back our offerings with a Price Match Guarantee for these trusted brands.

Monocular Microscope Price Range:

The cost of a monocular microscope can vary significantly, depending on the model and brand. Monocular Microscope Price Ranges between INR 2,000 to INR 50,000. 

Detailed Monocular Microscope Price List:

For your convenience, we have categorized our monocular microscope prices based on models. Below, you will find a detailed price list:

Price List of Best Monocular Microscope ModelsPrice Range
Micron Optik Mono CXL Clinical Monocular Microscope₹26,000 to ₹28,000
Micron Optik KG-1 XLB Coaxial Monocular Microscope₹13,500 to ₹16,000
Micron Optik Mono Mini Pathological Monocular Microscope₹20,000 to ₹30,000

*Please note that prices are subject to change and may vary based on additional features and specifications.

What is a monocular microscope?

A monocular microscope is a type of optical microscope that has a single eyepiece or ocular lens through which the user view the specimen. It is the most basic type of compound microscope and is widely used in primary school environments, biology labs, microbiology labs and for scientific purposes. Numerous tasks can be performed with a monocular microscope, such as observing microorganisms, blood cells, and small insects. There are only three crucial parts of a monocular microscope: the base, the objective, and the eyepiece. Simply set your specimen on the base of a monocular microscope and adjust the objective, so you can see it well. The objective can be rotated to change the angle and moved up and down to focus. To see your specimen differently, you can also adjust the eyepiece.

What are the parts and function of the monocular microscope?

Here are some key features and components of monocular microscope:

  • Eyepiece: It is commonly known as ocular lens. A monocular microscope has a single eyepiece which is utilized by the user to see the specimen. The eyepiece generally has a magnification of 10x.
  • Objective lens: The objective lens is set lower and nearer to the specimen. It offers the specimen its primary magnification. The magnification levels of the objective lenses of monocular microscopes can vary, typically ranging from 4x to 100x or more.
  • Light source: Monocular microscopes offers light through an LED or halogen lamp, to illuminate the specimen. Earlier mirrors are used as a light source. To adjust the specimen's brightness, the intensity of the light source can be changed.
  • Stage or platform: The stage, which is a flat platform used to prepare specimen for observation. The specimen can be positioned beneath the objective lens by moving the device both vertically and horizontally.
  • Arm: Supports and connects the microscope head to the base
  • Condenser: To enhance image clarity, certain monocular microscopes feature a condenser lens that concentrates and directs light onto the specimen.
  • Diaphragm: The diaphragm controls how much light is directed at the specimen. The user may alter the illumination for various specimens by altering the diaphragm.

What is the difference between monocular and binocular?

Monocular and binocular microscopes are two types of optical microscope which are utilized for observing and studying specimens. But there are some key differences between these two types of microscopes.

  • Ocular lens: It is the most common difference between monocular and binocular microscope. A monocular eyepiece has a single eye lens which is responsible for magnifying the specimen and provides a better view of the specimen. Whereas in binocular microscope, two eyepieces are present for each eye. It provides more comfortable viewing experience to the user.
  • Depth perception: Because of single eyepiece, monocular microscope provides limited depth perception. On the other hand, Binocular microscopes provide a stereoscopic vision because of two ocular lenses which enhances depth perception.

What are the characteristics of a monocular microscope?

Monocular microscopes have several features and advantages which makes them suitable for different sectors.

  • Monocular microscope consist of a single eyepiece which is utilized by the user to view the specimen. It offers a standard magnification of 10x.
  • It has multiple objective lens that can rotated easily as per the requirement. These objective lens has different magnification powers such as 4x, 10x, 40x and 100x.
  • In-built light source are present in monocular microscopes such as halogen bulb or LED to provide light for illuminating the specimen.
  • These microscopes are easy to use and widely used for educational purposes. They are easy to operate.
  • Monocular microscope are relatively affordable as compared to binocular microscope.
  • These microscopes are often compact and easy to move, provides flexibility to users. 
Micron Optik KG-1 XLB Coaxial Monocular Microscope
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23,000.00 14,590.00
Micron Optik Mono Mini Pathological Monocular Microscope
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27,000.00 22,089.00
Micron Optik Mono CXL Clinical Monocular Microscope
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39,000.00 27,999.00
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