Aven's New Wide-View UV Magnifier with White & Ultraviolet LEDs

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Aven, a full-service technology provider, is pleased to introduce its Wide-View Magnifier [2.25x | 4x] with Ultraviolet and White LEDs. Convenient and easy-to-use, Aven’s Wide-View UV Magnifier features a 3.6 x 1.7” rectangular glass, providing a wide viewing area. The 5-diopter lens offers up to 2.25X magnification, and the 1” diameter spot lens increases the magnification to 4X.

Operating at 365 μm, the UV LEDs are exceptionally bright when illuminating objects that fluoresce, such as paper, ink, circuit boards, money, etc. The 26 UV LEDs shine brightly to reveal fluoresced details that standard lights cannot show.

The Wide-View Magnifier is ideal for dermatology, trauma, schools, ophthalmology, forensic science, hospitality/food industry, agriculture, and industrial inspection for detecting defects. The ESD-safe design helps to dissipate static electric charges, protecting sensitive components below from unintentional damage. 

As a result of years of comprehensive research and development, Aven has expanded its expertise in the realm of design and customized configuration of advanced video inspection systems. The company’s solution-based experts possess the ability to recommend and create complete optical systems according to customers’ needs and budgets.


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