Objective Heater 2000

The Objec­tive Heater 2000 is designed for the sta­ble heat­ing of micro­scope objec­tives.


  • For a sta­ble heat­ing of micro­scope objec­tives in order to improve the tem­per­a­ture con­di­tions in the obser­va­tion area
  • Slow and homo­ge­neous heat­ing of parts of the objec­tive pre­vents adverse effects on the opti­cal res­o­lu­tion
  • Ver­sions with an oil dis­charge chan­nel have a cir­cu­lar duct around the objec­tive, tak­ing in abun­dant immer­sion oil and lead­ing it through a flex­i­ble tube into a col­lect­ing ves­sel; an O-ring is addi­tion­al­ly insert­ed for a bet­ter seal­ing
  • A built-in tem­per­a­ture sen­sor reli­ably mon­i­tors the objec­tive tem­per­a­ture
  • For pow­er sup­ply and the con­trol of tem­per­a­ture, the Tem­p­Con­troller 2000 – 1 or 2000 – 2 is required


Material Aluminum, black anodized
DC operating voltage 24 V DC protective low voltage
Power consumption 0.19 A max.
Temperature sensor Pt100
Control rangeAmbient temperature up to 30°C above ambient (max. 40°C)
Dimensions (WxHxD) from 38 x 22 x 28 mm
up to 53 x 22 x 43 mm
Weight approx. 0.05 kg


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