Monitoring scope units
These scope units are designed for monitor observation. The image is enlarged on a monitor screen, which not only lessens operator fatigue during prolonged observation, but contributes significantly to energy saving and increased efficiency during operations such as work process monitoring and detailed parts inspection, etc. Also, since multiple operators can observe at the same time, it also contributes to work rationalization, such as workplace instruction and situation confirmation. Versatile system configurations, featuring different types of stands, illumination devices, CCD cameras, LCD monitors, special arms, etc., allow space saving and mean that the equipment can be used easily around machines and devices and on production lines and other manufacturing environments. Choose the product that best meets your needs from our rich product lineup that includes both straight and zoom magnification, coaxial incident illumination, and double lens barrels, etc.
Zoom magnification scope unit with optical magnification 0.7x to 4.5x. The barrel lens, with its excellent resolving power and long working distance (WD 93 mm) is ideally suited for mounting on a device. The combination of this unit with the special ring LED illumination device ML-2 is particularly popular.
Special C-mount adapter included Zoom lens 0.7x to 4.5x included
This is a coaxial incident type scope unit that is ideal for observation of mirror-like surfaces. The structure of the illumination aperture is common for both φ8 and φ12 illumination. The combination with the ML-4 special illumination device is particularly popular.
Special C-mount adapter included
Free selection from three 2x to 10x objective lenses
This dual lens scope unit can be used as a microscope for visual observation, or for monitor observation. The optical path can be switched using a lever. The micrometer on the eyepiece lens is ideal for positioning and measurement, while the images can be enlarged on the monitor for detailed confirmation.
Select from any single objective lens