Prior Scientific remote focus control systems for microscopes

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The H160ZFP foot pedal remote focus control systems from Prior Scientific (Rockland, MA) include a control box with on/off switch, speed control, a drive motor, foot pedals and a focus sleeve, and are compatible with new or existing microscopes with coaxial coarse and fine focus. Their ergonomics and hands-free operation reduce the risk of repetitive stress injures while providing quick and precise focus control at various speeds.

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Prior Scientific introduces the H160ZFP Foot Pedal Remote Focus Control Systems

ROCKLAND, MA., (April 12, 2011) - Prior Scientific's H160ZFP Foot Pedal Remote Focus Control Systems provide a cost-effective remote focusing solution for a wide variety of applications.  The H160ZFP Foot Pedal Systems includes a control box with on/off switch, speed control, drive motor, foot pedals and focus sleeve which are compatible with new or existing microscopes with coaxial coarse and fine focus.  The H160ZFP was specifically designed with improved ergonomics and allow for hands free operation, thus reducing the risk of repetitive stress injures while providing quick and precise focus control at various speeds.

For more information on the H160ZFP Foot Pedal Remote Focus Control Systems or other Prior Scientific products, contact Prior Scientific at 800-877-2234 or fax 781-878-8736.  Write to Prior Scientific, Inc., 80 Reservoir Park Drive, Rockland, MA. 02370, or visit our website at www.prior.com .

Prior Scientific, Inc., Prior Scientific is the leading manufacturer of high precision motorized microscope stages, nanopositioning Piezo Z stages, automated slide loading systems, laser autofocus systems, fluorescence illumination systems, fiber optic inspection equipment, motorized filter wheels, microscopes, custom optical systems and a wide array of microscopy accessories for a variety of applications.

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Posted by Lee Mather

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