Probably the most general form of an optical microscope. These systems generally provide a user with a lower magnification range than compound microscopes and have longer working distances for imaging larger, three-dimensional targets. Stereomicroscopes have two eyepieces to allow for 3D observation and are useful when performing assembly or re-work.
Digital Microscopes achieve a depth-of-field at least 20 times larger than optical microscopes, allowing for accurate observation of a target with a highly uneven surface.
This type of observation is impossible to achieve with stereoscopes and helps to greatly reduce the amount of time needed for focus adjustments.
With Variable-angle Observation capability, digital microscopes can achieve observation from 360-degree angles freely, without having to tilt the target.
With just a few clicks, perform a variety of real-time measurements—from distance, radius, and other 2D measurements to automatic area measurements—directly on the screen.
Data can be saved and accessed later for further measurement. Moreover, free communication software makes it possible for anyone to utilize the measurement functions from their own PC.
Digital microscopes can produce fully focused, 3D displays at the push of a button. The three-dimensional measurement function achieves easy observation of the surface shape of a target, and simplifies communication with others.
VHX Series Digital Microscopes offer easy, handheld observation. By adjusting the viewing angle of the camera and lens, you will never miss a detail when observing a sample. Furthermore, the time required for inspection can be considerably reduced.
Magnified images are displayed onto a large, high-resolution monitor, enabling several people to observe and discuss the images simultaneously on-site. Users can then conduct analyses more efficiently and immediately respond to customer complaints.
By simply pushing the Optimize button, nine different lighting scenarios are displayed.
From there, you can quickly select the image that is ideal for observing your target.
To prevent certain parts of the image being unobservable due to glare, multiple images are acquired while changing the direction of the ring light. This makes it possible to remove unwanted glare on the surface of the target at the press of a button.