Laboratory microscope MM-400/800

laboratory microscope
laboratory microscope
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Technical applications
laboratory, measuring, inspection, industrial, metallurgical, for materials research, medical
benchtop, upright, binocular, trinocular
Observation technique
bright field, dark field, polarized, differential interference contrast
Other characteristics
workshop, high-resolution, digital camera, fiber optic inspection, with profiler function, with height ajustment, LED illumination, high-definition, USB, modular, depth measurement, sliding-stage, for polished samples, long working distance, high-magnification, high-precision, ergonomic, image-processing, real-time, for quality control, toolmaker, for flat samples, with coaxial illumination, topography, high-contrast, multipurpose, simple installation, cost-effective, with special lighting, for big samples


The MM400/800 is a new series of innovative measuring microscopes designed for industrial measurement and image analysis. They integrate key performance features delivering complete digital control for maximum measuring accuracy in demanding industrial environments. The systems support a host of new and expanded features including Nikon's electronic connection hub connection that provides total integration of microscope peripherals managed by Nikon's EMAX2 metrology software. Key benefits Greater accuracy Digital imaging and vision processing metrology Larger stage for increased workpiece handling Non-contact Z-height measurements Coordination with Data Processing Systems DP-E1A Applications Surface analysis, Surface examination, Manual examination, Plastic manufacturing, Metal manufacturing Implants/ Protheses, Mobile phones, shavers & watches Micro-electronics, Opto-electronics Telecom & electronics, Antennae, Telescope optics


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