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An optical microscope or a light microscope magnifies objects which are far too small to be seen by the naked eye. In an optical microscope, light must gathered from a small area of a well illuminated thin specimen in close distance. As a result, an optical microscope employs small and spherical objective lenses. This allows for a much shorter focal length and hence a much shorter distance is needed within the tube of the microscope to bring the image of the object into focus. A second lens normally referred to as the eyepiece or an ocular lens is used to magnify the image as the image is brought to the eye.
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LUMOS is a fully automated stand-alone FT-IR microscope. It combines best performance for visual inspection and infrared spectral analysis of micro samples with highest comfort in use.
Other Equipment
Vision64 Map™ data analysis and reporting software has been built based on Digital Surf’s industry-leading Mountains® Technology. It is a complete extension to Bruker’s Vision64® instrument control and analysis software.
The Keyence VW6000 Motion Analysis Microscope is capable of high-speed motion recording of up to 24,000 fps. This enables accurate filming of high-speed motion which conventional microscopes cannot capture.
The Olympus BLISS HD system advances the field of clinical digital imaging with the introduction of high-definition virtual microscopy. Bringing together the technology and software from Bacus Laboratories with Olympus’ advanced optical expertise, BLISS HD delivers superior, high- resolution virtual slide images, automatically, with push-button simplicity.
The Spero developed by Daylight Solutions is a purpose built fully integrated high spatial resolution high throughput Mid Infrared rapid imaging microscopy system.
Axio Observer is an inverted microscope platform for materials research. It is suitable for automized scanning and imaging of non-metallic inclusions in steel.
Optotune's LSR series of transmissive laser speckle reducers allows you to significantly reduce the speckle noise of laser systems. Local interferences are removed by dynamically diffusing the coherent beam.
The DeltaMyc from HORIBA Scientific is a filter-based confocal microscope system capable of measuring fluorescence lifetime and intensity in micro scales.
The DSX510 series of digital microscopes provide an excellent resolution equivalent to highly superior light microscopes. This is due to lenses having higher NA and low aberration when compared to existing digital microscopes and also feature very high evenness of light intensity.
Axio Imager 2 is a future-oriented imaging platform which is suitable for use in material applications and biomedical sciences. It is suitable for correlative microscopy workflow and particle analysis.
APE Research's TriA-SNOM microscope is capable of collecting optical signals in reflection, transmission and back-reflection modes. The instrument is suitable for surface science, optics and biological applications. Tri-SNOM is a microscope that allows the acquisition of three different and simultaneous optical signals, in addition to the topography of the sample.
The Spotlight 150i/200i FTIR microscope system from Perkin Elmer is a high-performance microscopy system. It can produce high-quality, reproducible data from many sample types.
inVia Raman microscopes from Renishaw are high-sensitivity systems with integrated research grade microscopes, enabling high resolution confocal measurements. inVia Raman microscopes support multiple lasers, with automatic software switching of excitation wavelength.
The UVM-1™ microscope from CRAIC Technologies: A system designed to make imaging of microscopic samples fast and simple. Operating from the deep ultraviolet to the near infrared , the UVM-1™ is designed to push the limits of research as well as providing fast, reliable operation for industry.
Olympus' MX61L/ MX61 semiconductor inspection microscope offers excellent clarity and image resolution using observation techniques such as infrared, fluorescence, differential interference contrast (DIC), dark-field and bright-field. It consists of specially designed IR objective lenses for imaging defects below the glass/silicon surface.
The BM4 microscope from Micron Optical has a flexible design which makes it ideal for use in research applications and medical laboratories.
The Ergonom 3000 series provide the same features like depth of field, colour contrast, etc, yet with a maximum resolution of 200nm (incident, 300nm transmitted light). Ideal for doctors, practitioners, etc. who need to see more than is possible with bright and darkfield, yet do not need 100nm resolutions.
The Optical Micrometer available from Taber Industries is capable of making non-contact measurements on flat or curved surfaces. This portable instrument has a robust housing and easy-to-read vernier scale.
The DSX510 series of digital microscopes offer high resolution equivalent to the commercially available superior light microscopes. In comparison to current digital microscopes, the DSX510 lenses possess lower aberration, higher NA as well as better evenness of light intensity. Olympus’ high-performance CCD provides 18MP images with high resolution.
Keyence are proud to introduce the VHX-1000: a digital Microscope that not only integrates advanced functionality into a streamlined, all-in-one unit, but truly launches microscopy into the next generation.
The Zeta-20 enables analysis and imaging of surface characteristics on all kinds of samples, namely low reflectivity to high reflectivity, smooth to rough and transparent to opaque based on the proprietary ZDot™ technology.
Micron Optical’s BM3 microscope is designed with extraordinary features that provide high-quality performance at an affordable cost.
Contour CMM system has been designed and manufactured by Bruker to measure minor yet significant features found in a number of applications that need both 3D surface analysis and accurate dimensional metrology.
The Spotlight 400 FTIR imaging system is easy to use, and has a combination of rapid imaging and high sensitivity.
A high quality metallurgical microscope equipped with a trinocular head ready for the attachment of a digital camera. This microscope includes a full set of high quality plan achromatic metallurgical objectives on a modern reversed objective turret. Specimens can placed on the mechanical stage with ergonomically positioned controls for XY stage and focus control.
Olympus’ DSX110 inverted microscope features dedicated field lenses to offer high-grade imaging in a simple manner. The three specially manufactured 1X, 3.6X, and 10X lenses ensure uniform light intensity, long working distances, controlled aberration, and high NA. The Olympus’ high-performance CCD provides 18MP images of high resolution.