INSPECTIS Launches Full HD Digital Microscope


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INSPECTIS AB has announced the launch of the Full HD Digital Microscope F30s, the most adaptable and versatile FHD vision inspection system available that is suitable for the widest range of visual inspection applications. Boasting outstanding image quality that can be applied to almost any imaginable application, aided by a full range of available stand options and accessories, the F30s brings uncommon capabilities and advantages to digital microscopy for SMT electronics assembly inspection including Full FHD, 1080p 60 fps HDMI output, superior 30:1 zoom optics with auto-focus, and a generous practical working distance. Additionally, the F30s is designed for outstanding performance even in poor light conditions.

Objects under inspection are rendered sharp, clear, and large; its 56x screen magnification on a 24” monitor, for example, can be increased up to 200x with auxiliary lenses.

In common with all INSPECTIS digital microscopes, the F30s incorporates design features that can significantly reduce the time spent on inspecting parts compared with other optical visual systems. The unique ergonomic design allows operators to sit comfortably in a good working position, providing relief to eyes, neck and shoulders.

INSPECTIS digital microscopes offer true ease of use with minimal interaction needed with controls and settings. Basic parameters including zoom, brightness and color levels can be controlled by the user through on-board buttons on top of the device. Additional control functionality can be added using an optional feature-packed remote control or via dedicated PC software. An optional built-in laser pointer aims at the area of interest and assists in quickly locating it on the screen whilst efficient object handling is aided by the full range of thoughtfully designed accessories including a complete range of mounting / stand options and ESD protection.

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