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1/12/2009

Stereo Zoom Microscope

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The SX45 stereo microscope is the latest addition to the line of stereo viewers from Vision Engineering. The viewer features long-life LED illumination that is said to reduce maintenance costs. The microscope’s options include a trinocular viewing attachment as well as a digital or USB camera.

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The SX45 stereo microscope is the latest addition to the line of stereo viewers from Vision Engineering. The viewer features long-life LED illumination that is said to reduce maintenance costs. The microscope’s options include a trinocular viewing attachment as well as a digital or USB camera. Multimedia solutions are available for image archiving, acquisition, processing, analysis and documentation.

The stereo viewer is available with a variety of stand options, including a bench stand for stability and substage illumination. A boom mount allows for greater working distances and added versatility. An articulated arm is available for customized workstations that need to reach extended distances.

The viewer offers optimized functionality for inspection and rework with a zoom ratio of 6.3:1, magnification of 50×, extended working distances and a large depth of field.

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