Condenser with diaphragm holder

LD 46020
Condenser with diaphragm holder
  8  Condenser with diaphragm holder

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Description

For fitting onto lamp housing (450 60). Also suitable for fastening diaphragms, image objects, slides and filters of size 50 mm x 50 mm. The diaphragm holder can also be taken off the condenser housing, equipped with pins for insertion.

Technical data

  • Condenser:
    Focal length: approx. 50 mm
    Diameter: 60 mm
  • Diaphragm holder:
    Rail spacing: 50 mm
    Opening: 45 mm x 45 mm
    Fastening pins: 4 mm diam.
  • 5 diaphragms and image objects:
    Hole diameter: 6 mm and 12 mm
    Slit width: 1 mm
    Arrow length: 10 mm
    Width of division marks (for light pointer): 0.5 mm

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