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The DSX opto-digital microscopes

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Flexible observation and inspection, yet simple for anyone to use, the DSX100 microscope combines a four segment LED ring light with free angle tilting. Now you can identify even hard-to-see scratches or defects, by illuminating from any direction and observing from any angle, all without moving the sample.

The high resolution, upright DSX500 opto-digital microscope is ideal for any industrial observation where repeatability is key, because you can quickly and easily switch between observation methods whenever necessary. Difficult samples are no problem, as the MIX function combines brightfield with darkfield to detect any imperfections.

The DSX500i inverted opto-digital microscope is ideal for any application in metallurgy. Advanced observation techniques enable quantification of results, while particle and cast iron analysis can be performed in compliance with industry standards when integrated with the OLYMPUS Stream software.

Find out more at www.olympus-ims.com

Posted on June 21, 2012 - (6751 views)
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