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Micro-Video-Zoom Objective

BioPhotonics
Feb 2011
Titan Tool Supply Inc.Request Info
 
Titan Tool Supply Inc.’s micro-video-zoom objective features a CMOS camera for use in microscopy or for attachment to a borescope for connecting to a desktop or laptop computer. The unit is supplied with a 6-ft USB cable and TWAIN-compliant software and has an adjustable back focal length, enabling its use with any monocular microscope tube from 150 to 170 mm long. The device offers a wide range of magnifications, fields of view and working distances for video use. Because it has a computer-designed crosshair reticle for video applications, it is lower in cost than using a crosshair generator on other objectives. The lens is available with a choice of six sublenses.


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GLOSSARY
borescope
A device for the internal inspection of hard-to-get-at mechanical parts, such as rifle barrels, sewer pipes, oil wells, or gas mains. The long narrow tube used contains a telescope system with as many relay lenses as necessary. A lamp located in front illuminates the inside of the bore, and the inclusion of a small 45° mirror often permits detailed examination of the tube wall. Some small borescopes and most types of medical endoscopes are now equipped with a fiber optic bundle, for image...
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