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Spectrographic introduces Lanoptik HDMI Microscope Camera

Spectrographic has released a new addition to its microscopic imaging stock; a Lanoptik 1080P High Definition Digital Camera HDMI-200EU.

Spectrographic aims to provide equipment of both value and quality and this new microscopic imaging device defines these. Lanoptik Technologies Limited have revolutionised the digital imaging industry with its development of the widely applicable digital camera based on CMOS and CCD technology. The company continues that tradition of innovation with technological and engineering advances serving the rapidly developing microscopy imaging and industrial vision market. This newly stocked HDMI camera has key features such as; 0.5” CMOS, 2 megapixels high dynamic sensor producing a larger field of view, 60fps high speed refresh and progressive scanning to produce 12:12:12 high quality full colour imaging, exclusive core imaging processing technology and lots more.

It provides an ideal solution for industrial, clinical and life science research imaging applications. Its broad applications backed by its sophisticated specification, means Spectrographic can now offer a camera that can not only by used by our wide range of customers, but help them push boundaries in their quest to explore new worlds in microscience.

Managing Director Paul Chippendale

Spectrographic's customers are expert metallurgists working in the automotive, oil and gas and aerospace industries, and also provide for higher education establishments. Clients include organisations such as Rolls Royce, BAE Systems, Siemens and Tata Steel, The University of Oxford, The University of Manchester, The University of Sheffield, DEKRA Industrial and many more.

Spectrographic Ltd are customer focused and specialise in high quality laboratory equipment for metallographic applications. Our demonstration laboratories are based in Leamington Spa, Halifax and Bradford. Using knowledge and experience we are able to offer advice for your metallurgical applications.

The preparation procedures for metallography usually involve cutting, mounting and grinding/polishing the cut surface of the material prior to examination. Spectrographic Ltdmanufactures a range of products to effectively carry out these different steps to produce samples giving a true representation of component microstructure which can be examined by Optical Microscopy or evaluated using hardness testing equipment.

The preparation, outlined above, requires the use of a wide range of consumables and supplies. These include cutting wheels, resins, polishing materials and cloths and abrasives. For all your metallurgical testing requirements please contact us and we will be very pleased to help with your requirements.

For more information please visit www.spectrographic.co.uk or contact [email protected] or alternatively give our team a call on 01274966173.

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