The Olympus DP27 is a highly evolved digital color camera system, answering the needs of many scientific microscopy and routine imaging purposes, including documentation, reporting and analysis. Advanced technologies such as the Progressive Scan readout of the chip guarantee a live image which is fast, fluid and free from distracting artifacts e.g. image striping or color ghosts, making day-long routine work more comfortable and efficient.
Incorporates its very own microcomputer for extensive automation of most functions including selection of illumination systems in conjunction with objective change. Automated photographic functions are built-in for increased ease of operation, and automatic focus from 1-10x magnifications completely eliminates the focusing problems inherent in low magnification photomicrography.
•Built-in auto exposure function
•Provision for 3 camera attachment
•Special viewfinder lets you see what you are exposing
The Scientific Equipment Group of OLYMPUS AMERICA, INC. introduces the IX51 inverted microscopy system for practical convenience and cost-effective performance for live cell study, in vitro fertilization and other cellular injection applications. Improved optics, compact design and the ability to accommodate a large variety of sample vessels enhance performance over previous models.
Veeco’s NT3300 Non-Contact Optical Profiler features advanced automation and outstanding software for highly accurate, 3D surface topography measurements. The most advanced surface metrology system available, the NT3300 rapidly measures heights from Angstroms to millimeters, with vertical resolution down to 0.1 nm. The NT3300 is ideally suited for quality inspection, failure analysis, and rapid production measurement of MEMS, semiconductor packaging, medical devices, automotive systems and many other applications.
Teradyne's Optima 7300(TM) is an automated inspection system.
Teradyne's Optima 7300(TM) is the fastest automated inspection system available today, able to keep up with the highest-capacity surface mount lines with a single AOI system. The Optima 7300 features a new, high-speed x-y positioning gantry and new image detection and acquisition architecture that complete the scan, diagnosis, and board handling cycle at greater than twice the speed or more of competing alternatives.
Features and Specifications
•Maximum board size: 24 X 24 inches
The LumaSense Photoacoustic Gas Monitor INNOVA 1412i is a highly accurate, reliable and stable quantitative field gas monitor. Its measurement principle is based on the photoacoustic infrared detection method. This means that the 1412i can measure almost any field gas that absorbs infrared light.
The ProView XL50 is a lightweight head mounted display system featuring full-color XGA resolution. Proprietary wide field-of-view technology allows very compact direct view optics to be mounted to a comfortable, fully adjustable headband.
The ProView XL50 accepts standard VESA XGA video from any PC or workstation, and includes an InertiaCube 4 head tracker.
The ProView XL50 is an advanced display system that is well suited for training, simulation, medical and virtual reality applications, and is available directly from Virtual Realities.
PV Measurements turn-key I-V measurement systems save time and money by enabling you to measure your devices quickly and accurately.
This system includes the light source, the measurement electronics, computer, and software needed to measure solar cell I-V curves. Its solar simulator illuminates the test device while the electronic load sweeps the cell voltage from a reverse-bias condition, through the power quadrant, and beyond Voc. The system's computer gathers data, calculates solar cell parameters, generates printable test reports, and saves test data in text files.
PV Measurements' solar cell QE systems can measure the spectral response of a wide variety of photoAll QEX7 solar cell QE systems include a xenon light source, monochromator, filters, and reflective optics to provide monochromatic light to a photovoltaic device while a broadband bias light illuminates the test device to simulate end-use conditions. A computer interfaces with the monochromator, signal conditioning equipment, and digital signal processing equipment; interprets signals; maintains calibration information; saves test data; and produces test reports.