Stereomicroscopes have two oculars, one for each eye to enable stereo viewing. The range of magnification for most microscopes is between 10 x and 40 x. The magnification required for insemination is 10 x to 15 x (i.e. ocular 10 x with an objective 1,5 will enable an enlargement of 15 x). A working space of 90 to 110 mm is preferable.

Be sure the microscope and instrument you choose are compatible and allow adequate working space for the syringe. Not all types of microscopes are suitable to use with the insemination instrument.

Motic-Model SMZ zoom
(Enlargement 7,5 – 45 x)


Model Euromex Zoom, Enlargement 7,5 – 45 x, 
dimmable light 6000 k,  with instrument 1.01

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Model Euromex, Enlargement 10 x, 30 x.
With dimmer function, normally as well as underbody lighting. This model is standard use for the complete unit and additionally equipped with a console plate for floating balls CO2 adapter and the adapted LED light. This spotlight is better suitable for sperm extraction than the originally included extension lamp (with a higher portion of blue light). Additional eyepiecec/oculars allow for a wider range of magnification options. For example with the ocular paar of 15x you can achieve a final magnification of 45x.

 a Kopie
Stereomicroscope Zoom (7 x 45 x) with a pivoting arm (producer Euromex).
This system can bee easily anvantages. Weight 15 kg.
b Kopie
The arm can bee easily dismantled
For the optics different models come into consideration.


For training courses the Dual Discussion Microscope Motic DSK-500 is very interesting. The light pen supports the communication between teachers and students. The optics can be turned over 180 degrees.

Dual discussion system Motic
(Enlargement 6x, 10x, 16x, 25x and 40x)


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