The Dino-Lite AM4013ZT4 digital handheld microscope has 400x ~ 470 x magnifications with adjustable polarization capabilities.
USB 2.0 Output, 1.3M / Resolution 1280x1024
An amazing, easy to use handheld digital microscope with USB output interface with resolution: 1280x1024 pixels
Magnification: 10~220X Variable magnification.
The next generation of Dino-Lite handheld digital microscopes has arrived.
This is significantly better, reaching up to 60 fps in good lighting, with a resolution of 640 x 480
Dino-Lite Premier AD7013MT has five megapixels of pure viewing power with maximum resolution of 2592x1944
Magnification:10x ~240x Variable Magnification
Given the small parts and components involved in the manufacture of Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) and the painstaking methods of assembly, stereo microscopes prove invaluable. Useful in the fields of engineering, biology and forensics, the Stereo Microscope was invented in the early 1900s and remains largely unchanged with time. Different lights can be used (eg ultra violet lighting if necessary) for different applications. The technology brings numerous advantages to the production line over traditional standard compound microscope for several reasons.
Consisting of 2 connected compound microscopes which focus on the target object from different angles, the Stereo Microscope enables the user to view their item (in this instance a PCB
) in much more detail than a standard unit, in three dimension. Commonly referred to as a dissecting microscope because the distance from the lens to the viewed object is larger than standard, it allows the user to both view and ‘dissect’ or work at the object simultaneously.
Modern design and technology have resulted in modular Stereo microscopes giving greater flexibility of use and adaptability to a range of applications. As technology becomes smaller, some stereo microscopes are available in compact hand held form allowing for ease of use and storage, such as the Atek handheld microscope amongst others.
Atek markets a variety of such handheld stereo microscopes, including the Dinolite AM4013ZT4 digital which 400 x 470x magnification capability and the AM11T, both with USB connectivity. Top range models with further reach and better resolution include the new AD-3613TL with flexible nozzles and the lightweight aluminium AD-7013MT microscope and integrated camera for ultimate accuracy and precision. All manufactured in Taiwan, the flexible and portable range of stereo microscopes from Atek ensure maximum flexibility without compromising on accuracy.