Type 1, 2, and 3 zoom systems provide a clear and low distortion image and high NA. The Type A zoom system is designed for a wide field of view and long working distance.
Magnification vs. Field of view (mm)
|Type 1||Optical magnification Total magnification Field of View (mm)||0.5× 18× 9.33×7||1× 36× 4.67×3.5||2× 72× 2.33×1.75||4× 144× 1.165×0.875||7.5× 270× 0.622×0.467|
|Type 2||Optical magnification Total magnification Field of View (mm)||1× 36× 4.67×3.5||2× 72× 2.33×1.75||4× 144× 1.165×0.875||8× 288× 0.582×0.437||15× 540× 0.311×0.233|
|Type 3||Optical magnification Total magnification Field of View (mm)||2× 72× 2.33×1.75||4× 144× 1.165×0.875||8× 288× 0.582×0.437||16× 576× 0.291×0.218||30× 1080× 0.155×0.117|
|Type A||Optical magnification Total magnification Field of View (mm)||0.35× 14× 13.3×10||0.6× 24× 7.8×5.8||1× 40× 4.7×3.5||1.8× 73× 2.6×1.9||3.5× 141× 1.33×1|
* Total magnification specifications listed above are for a 20″ monitor is set to the UXGA (1600 x 1200 pixels) mode.
|Designed to detect the surfaces of thin transparent materials, the new Laser AF works with the same high speed and high accuracy as the VMR series Laser AF.|
*Except for Type A
|New Laser AF The new sensor detects both the top and back of surfaces.|
Episcopic, diascopic and ring illuminations employ white LEDs and provide stability and long life. The new ring light system has three incident angles designed for correct edge capture.
*Except for Type A
Redesigned user interface with Wizard makes it easy for beginners to operate the system and create automated measurement programs.
Measuring accuracy is further improved with high resolution linear encoder ‘ModuRay’ developed by Nikon.
450 x 400 x 200mm stroke is suitable for a large range of applications with enough room for fixture.
High rate of data transfer combined with fast illumination control provides faster throughput.