HIROX KH-7700 3D Digital Video Microscope

3d_dvmThe HIROX KH-7700 3D Digital Video Microscope is an optical inspection microscope used to image objects with rough surfaces or irregular topology, do optical comparisons, measure feature sizes in 2 or 3 dimensions, generate 3D profiles, and view objects from multiple perspectives. The optics are optimized for digital imaging, and it has a significantly larger depth of field than conventional optical microscopes. It also has a motor driven prism system that makes it possible to record streaming video movies of objects viewed from a rotating perspective.

The NCFL’s FEI Quanta 600 FEG is equipped with:

  • 50X-400X zoom lenses for static and rotational viewing at oblique angles
  • Magnifications from 1X to 7000X (field of views from 340mm to 0.049mm)
  • Diffuse, variable angle, and co-axial lighting; removable fiber optic adapter for flexible lighting arrangements
  • Automatic Z-axis control and focusing with software for 3D profilometry
  • Software for optical comparison of images with a master pattern
  • Static mages recorded with up to 4800×6400 pixel resolution (30 megapixels) in jpg, bmp, or tiff file formats; dynamic image recording in avi format (selectable resolution)
  • Portable LCD display unit and lens heads
  • DVD multi drive for storing data in DVD-RAM, DVD+/-RW, DVD+/-R, CD-RW or CD-R formats

Detailed specifications