Industrial Digital Microscope

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HAMBURG, Germany, June 25, 2019 — Industrial Digital MicroscopeThe DSX1000 industrial digital microscope from Olympus facilitates material analysis and high-precision measurements over a 20- to 7000× magnification range.

For precise observation of features with all shapes and sizes, 15 objective lenses are available, providing a range of magnifications, resolutions, and working distances. The DSX’s magnification range is useful in applications such as metallurgy for efficient inspection of macro- and microstructure. Long-distance objectives make it possible to observe irregular 3D samples such as electronic boards and machined components. A telecentric optical system with low distortion throughout the magnification range achieves high-precision measurement with guaranteed accuracy and repeatability.

The DSX1000 can image samples with six observation modes. Instant switching between modes means that features requiring different modes can be efficiently analyzed in one inspection. It also features highly accurate measurement capabilities. Manufacturers of, for example, car and precision equipment are required to accurately measure and analyze product specifications to demonstrate safety.

Published: June 2019
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