Our probe stations can fit a number of different stereo microscopes, depending on the application. Stereo microscopes are typically used for lower magnifications and are ideal for probe alignment, due to increased depth of field versus high powered mono or camera systems.
The range of microscopes that can be fitted to our probe stations provides a high degree of flexibility in choosing equipment, thanks primarily to their modular configuration. The optics carriers, eye-pieces, stands, and more can be combined in any way you choose, allowing you to create the stereo microscope that best suits your needs.
Stereo Microscopes with auxiliary camera
The stereo microscopes all have camera-ready ports for easy fitting. This gives you the opportunity to quickly react to queries, get a second opinion and discuss problems, e.g. via tablet with others. Results can be documented quickly and reliably in video or image format.
A range of magnifications can be achieved depending on the microscope selection. The base zoom ratio along with the eye-piece magnification makes it is easy to use. Probe needle alignment and manipulation under the microscopes can be easier performed with working distances of between 90 and 120 mm.
Our microscopes provide a typical zoom ratio greater than 6:1, which means all applications can be covered with eye-pieces x10, x20 and x30 magnification.
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