Mantis Stereo Optical Inspection System
Lynx Stereo Optical Inspection System
Introduced in 1999, the Lynx has quickly become the most sought after stereo zoom microscope on the market. The eyepieceless viewer enables unmatched freedom of head and body position, eliminating operator fatigue, due to an exit pupil 64x larger than traditional eyepiece microscopes. This produces a high-resolution image over a large viewing area. Glasses or contact lenses may also be worn in comfort during use. A variety of objectives and multipliers complement the 6:6 to 1 zoom-ratio offering a combination of magnification up to 120x and working distances to suit requirements.
Alpha Stereo Optical Inspection System
The Alpha Stereo Binocular Microscope utilises Vision Engineering's patented ISIS Exit Pupil Expansion technology to provide up to 10x greater freedom of head position than conventional binocular eyepiece systems. ISIS technology expands the available optical pupil by means of multilenticular optical surfaces, allowing the operator more than 38mm of head freedom from the eyepieces.
Alpha eliminates the need for users to precisely align their eye with the centre of each eyepiece. A small movement of the eye no longer means losing part of the field of vision, as the pupil easily stays within the latitude of the twelve-times-wider exit ray bundle. Users can simply move their eyes to view the full image area, rather than repositioning their heads or the workpiece to operate within the constraints of a narrow conventional exit field.
Glasses or contact lenses can thus be worn in comfort during use.
High-precision optics provides maximum brilliance and high-contrast images, up to 160x magnification (7-40x standard).
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