Kowa Lens Microscope Objective Lens LMVZ1040
The coils which produce the magnetic field are located within the lens yoke. The coils can contain a variable current, but typically utilize high voltages, and therefore require significant insulation in order to prevent short-circuiting the lens components. Thermal distributors are placed to ensure the extraction of the heat generated by the energy lost to resistance of the coil windings. The windings may be water-cooled, using a chilled water supply in order to facilitate the removal of the high thermal duty.