Machine Vision Microscope - Alrad
Machine Vision Microscope - Alrad
Machine Vision Microscope - Alrad
Machine Vision Microscope - Alrad

Machine Vision Microscope

Machine Vision Microscope

The new MVM "Machine Vision Microscope" is a purely digital microscope with all the features that make a microscope.

It has an apochromatically highly corrected microscope objective and a corresponding tube lens which magnifies each object point to a pixel of the 5MP Sony IMX264 sensor. 

In addition, a coaxial incident light illumination as well as a diffuse ring light were installed. 

The module offers an unprecedented level of usability. They come with their own image acquisition software, so they can be easily integrated into any network, system or production environment. The new digital microscope can therefore be easily integrated into measuring instruments, analysis systems or bio-imaging systems.

IM Series

The MVM is part of the new Imaging Module family in the 90° IM•compact M design and sturdy aluminum housing, with a single connection (Plug&Play).

Imaging modules are optimized combinations of camera, optics, illumination and electronics for a specific application at the same or lower price than a combination of standard components.

They are not only more robust and better adapted to the application, but also ensure the same configuration when re-ordered.

Lighting

A coaxial incident light illumination and a diffuse ringlight are installed in this module.

         

IM-compact M with Coaxial + ring light LED

 

 Opto Viewer

Opto Viewer

 A very intuitive measurement and labeling software is integrated for stand alone applications as well as a comprehensive camera control for demanding integration tasks. Since each module is unchangeable in magnification, it is pre-calibrated at the factory and the settings are stored in its own electronics, so that measurements can be taken immediately.  

Each imaging module is delivered with our software 'Opto Viewer' on request. The software is a Windows-based standard software.  An imaging module with USB-C can be connected to a PC without much configuration effort.