Superior depth of field is achieved that is up to 20 times greater than that of conventional microscopes, allowing accurate and sharp representation of any point
Keyence launches its 10th generation video microscope with 3D
image display and 18 million pixel resolution.
The VH-X digital
microscope has become an indispensable tool for accurate
inspection and analysis in a wide variety of laboratory, quality
assurance and manufacturing environments.
Superior depth of field
is achieved that is up to 20 times greater than that of
conventional microscopes, allowing accurate and sharp
representation of any point even if the target surface has large
depressions or protrusions.
The need to re-focus is completely
eliminated, ensuring speedy observation.
The VH-X enables visual
assessment of profiles that have been difficult to understand
with 2D images.
Coming standard with a simple to use 3D display
function, using the industry first DFD method to enable image
composition using less sampling data, the VH-X allows the user to
assess the profile at a glance and observe the target from
Magnified images are displayed onto the built-in
15" colour LCD monitor, allowing several people to monitor
the target at once and discuss the images simultaneously.
Observation can be performed freely without the need to place the
target on a stage and without the need to disassemble, break, cut
or process the target.
High-resolution images can be recorded to
the VH-X large capacity hard disk, capable of recording up to
3500 image files, or transferred through a Lan network or across
Alternatively images may be immediately printed in
colour when connected to Keyence's 5 million pixel
high-definition digital colour printer.