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Characteristics of typical digital microscopes

Digital Magnifier

Simple digital magnifier (including as an accessory for mobile phones and laptop computers). Is a combination of a low power microscope (fixed) in the reverse path of the rays - and the receiver (with the secondary modules). Strictly speaking, the magnifying glass is not as zoom, usually less than 1 (one). Small value front numerical aperture and a tiny aperture is not possible to position the device as a tool for dealing with minor structures, ie the microscope. The minimum size of the structures 15 20um.

              However, such a device can be used to solve the problems existing in the stereo (and mono) microscopy in the study of a very "rough" objects on a large field of view. In this case, the initial requirement for the establishment of such a unit may receive the bulk (3D) images by converting the primary image is through secondary units. Moreover, three-dimensional image requires not only monitoring, but also in its documentation (printing on paper).

              Complex digital loop can be a conceptual solution for upgrading conventional stereo (mono) microscope for 3D graphics.

              3D digital loop can have a significant competitive advantage because do not have direct counterparts and while in this form are not on the market.

Digital microscope for teaching

             Simple microscope for colleges and schools (as well as home use.) Design features of the microscope is given reasonable time to use in the classroom. Consequently, the possibility of a compromise in picture quality. Specifications are relatively low. Optical module should enable observation of thin sections (Biological) and quite "rough" - without any noticeable change in picture quality that can be achieved by increasing the depth of field at a reduced numerical aperture. Require a longer linear field of the object that you can quickly find the object.

Secondary units must be able to access an integrated library of ready images (non-modeling).

The minimum size of the structures 1 1.5um.
Linear field of on-site 3.5-5mm (depending on the size of the unit).

Microscope for universities

              It should be understood that the training of specialists with higher education should be carried out on the microscope to be used in work practice. Therefore, the technical characteristics of these microscopes must meet high enough standards. Compromises may be allowed in terms of design, ergonomics, and the saturation of devices with additional features. Optical module must have the ability to customize for the study of a particular drug (eg, observation of thin sections). Should be possible to control the numerical aperture of the iris using - to change the depth of field.

Secondary units must be capable of modeling the image.

The minimum size of the structures 0.5-0.6um.
Linear field of on-site two-2.5mm (depending on the size of the unit).

Digital microscope for routine work

             Differs from the microscope for universities saturation extras. Optical module somewhat improved technical characteristics and its branching. It can consist of one main and several additional imaging systems in the plane of the receiver. Complexity and branching optomechanical module depends on the purpose of routine work. An improved design and ergonomics instrument due to the need to use it within a few hours of continuous operation.

Secondary units must be capable of modeling the image should be able to access the integrated database and the standard system processes studies on a particular method. Ability to work in a network and participate in video conferences should be provided with a standard set of accessories.

Lineup can be built on the principle - from the simple to the complex, where the operator only sets the pattern and controls the process of research.

The minimum size of the structures 0.35~ 0.40um.
Linear field of on-site two-2.5mm (depending on the size of the unit).

Digital Microscope for research

             As such can not be replaced, but only to supplement the traditional microscope using secondary modules (boxes) to significantly increase its saturation with additional features.

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