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Digital Microscope

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Digital MicroscopeThe Inspex 3 high-definition digital microscope from Ash Technologies Ltd. is designed around the 30X zoom camera module to meet industrial inspection needs.

When a part is placed under the camera, it will immediately adjust the focus position, allowing users to quickly and seamlessly inspect the part without needing to manually adjust the focus or change the height. High-speed image processing algorithms deliver high image quality, fast focus speed, and smooth digital zoom that makes inspection simple, ergonomic, and efficient.

Applications include use in the medical device, pharmaceutical, precision engineering, and electronics industries.

Photonics Spectra
Jan 2021

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