Object holder in black metal frame on stem. With rotating, plug-in frame for diaphragms, filters, diffraction gratings and other objects in slide frame
with protractor scale.
Holder: 130 mm dia.
Plug-in frame: 50x50 mm²
Angular scale ...
Lenses in black frame on stem. With a lens protection ring for preventing damage to the lens.
Holder: 130 mm diameter
Shaft: 10 mm diameter
Focal length: +150 mm
Aperture: 50 mm diameter
Holder on steel rod for supporting an optical component of circular shape. The component is held in place by a metal ring.
Aperture: 36 mm dia.
Components: 7 mm x 42 mm dia. max.
Height of optical axis: 150 mm
Mounting: 100 mm dia.
Optical component for demonstrating and investigating Newton’s interference rings. Composed of flat and curved glass pane in setting on a stem. Includes three adjustment screws for centring the interference module.
Height of optical beam: ...
Object holder in black metal frame on stem with plug-in frame for diaphragms, filters, diffraction gratings and other objects in slide frame. Includes panels to partially cover the inserted objects.
Metal frame: 130 mm dia.
Plug-in socket ...
Plexiglas rod with bend in black metal frame on stem. Parallel light shone through the rod undergoes total internal reflection and is guided around the bent end.
Metall holder: 130 mm dia.
Shaft: 10 mm dia.
This device is used to demonstrate the wave nature of light by observing interference caused by reflection at two mirrors and can be used to calculate the wavelength of light. It consists of two mutually inclined, front-coated mirrors made ...
In conjunction with the five-beam optical lamp U21880, this equipment set is intended for experiments introducing students to geometric optics. The optical components are made of acrylic glass.
Height: 15 mm each
Scope of delivery:
1 Planar ...
Precision glass polarisation filter, which is in a mounting on a steel rod and can be rotated on a ball-bearing. With angular scale marked in 1° intervals.
Aperture: 38 mm dia.
Extinction coefficient: >99.9 % at λ = 450 &ndash ...