2010

Digital Microscope

The VHX-1000 digital microscope from Keyence Corp. of America, Woodcliff Lake, NJ, features real-time 16-bit imaging resolution that makes subtle color differences visible, and optimizes areas that are too dark or too bright to see. Brightness ranges to 65,536 levels, and the 3-CCD color clarity is 2.8 trillion colors. The system features the DOUBLE’R automatic lens/zoom recognition system, enabling the microscope to recognize, in real time, which lens is mounted to the camera, as well as current magnification.

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The microscope generates images of virtually any sample. The camera includes a pixel-shift actuator for ultra-high-resolution images of up to 54 million pixels. A selection of RZ zoom lenses with up to 5000x magnification is available. Targets can be observed with the camera/lens unit used either handheld or mounted in a multi-stage viewing stand that enables angular observation without changing the target position. The unit performs real-time, on-screen measurement of the distance, radius, angle, and area of the target.

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