A handheld electronic magnifier with 3 to 20 times continuous zoom, lcd screen and 4 hours of continuous use. It also has a power saving mode which activates after 3 mins of inactivity. A writing stand can also be used with the magnifier.
Power saving mode: the unit will turn off automatically after inactivity for 3 minutes
Fast reading with no blur
Functions: Freeze image, Switch colour mode, Zoom in/out
Settings saved after power-off
Battery level indicator
Battery: rechargeable lithium battery 4 hours continuous use
Accessories: manual, AC power adapter, short strap, protective case, video output cable
Operation and storage conditions: Humidity<70%，Temperature: 10-40℃
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Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model base: base
- Time to Recharge 4.5 h
- Magnification (X) 3 units - 20 units (3x - 20x zoom)
- Weight 160 g
- Size of Screen 4.3 inch (109mm)
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