4/9/2009

Measuring Microscope Designed For Accuracy, Durability

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The MM-200 measuring microscope is designed for the general manufacturing, automotive and electronics industries. The compact, easy-to-use microscope features high quality, accuracy and durability, the company says. The built-in digital measuring stage and DRO attach directly to the arm, which reduces the footprint by 50 percent.

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The MM-200 measuring microscope is designed for the general manufacturing, automotive and electronics industries. The compact, easy-to-use microscope features high quality, accuracy and durability, the company says.

The built-in digital measuring stage and DRO attach directly to the arm, which reduces the footprint by 50 percent. The system uses a stage that provide high accuracy (2.5 + L/50um + L/50um) and durability. An optional Quadra-Chek QC220 is available for geometric data processing. The microscope is available with a monocular optical head or a C-mount video head.

Other features include high-intensity, white light LED reflected and transmitted illuminators, which reduce downtime and operating cost, the company says. Optional LED ring lights and fiber optic ring and gooseneck illuminators are also available.

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