5/16/2011

Micro-Zoom Video Inspection Systems

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The MZ7 series optical system from Scienscope is designed to provide a high-magnification image without aberration and distortion.

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The MZ7 series optical system from Scienscope is designed to provide a high-magnification image without aberration and distortion. Detented zoom for repeatable magnification settings and a built-in internal focus module make the system well-suited for FOV measurement applications as well as general inspection. A modular design enables users to interchange couplers and objective lenses to vary magnification, FOV and working distance.
 
Packages include a USB or WSXGA camera, choice of stand and lighting. USB cameras are said to be well-equipped for capturing images with a computer and saving the data to networks. Users can also add measurement, annotation and image comparison software to USB cameras. WSXGA cameras can capture images directly to an SD card while viewing a live image on a LCD monitor.
 

The product line includes benchtop magnifiers, stereo zoom microscopes, video inspection systems, video recognition systems, video measurement systems and measurement software. 

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