VHX-6000 Series Digital Microscope
5 March 2019
The VH model series has been on the market for almost 30 years. Since then, we have continuously used your feedback to improve our microscopes. As most microscope users have to work with a new device immediately after one day of training, KEYENCE developed an incredibly intuitive user interface.
Continuous development of KEYENCE microscopes
For almost 30 years we have been using our customer's feedback to work on the constant improvement of our microscopes. With the combination of state-of-the-art technology and ease of use, we strive for intuitive and reliable viewing solutions for different industries.
The Easy Mode characterizes the products of the VH series. The Easy Mode, created especially for the beginners, is an excellent possibility to use the essential functions of the system within only one day of training.
- High depth of field
The high depth of field is one of the basic features that have a decisive influence on user-friendliness. Thanks to specially designed zoom lenses you can observe your samples with complete focus, keeping always clear imaging. Even for the highest magnifications, it is always possible to immediately create fully sharp pictures, just by using a single button function.
- Free angle of viewing
The microscope is commonly used for inspection of complete components, directly from production, customer claims or research department. Thanks to the special design, the objective can be tilted, while maintaining the focus on the same surface. It is achieved without touching the sample. Additionally, the microscope can be even used in remote mode especially useful for large, heavy samples or inspection directly on the parts of machines.
Reliable 2D and 3D measurements:
Measurements can be taken at any sample position using information such as height, XY coordinates, color or contrast, independently of the operator. For some of the applications automated inspection and analysis programs can be created as well. Measurements can be made on the live image or in stored documents, not only at a microscope but even from the PC, using a dedicated free-of-charge software module.
Observation settings such as magnification and illumination are saved with the image as metadata. This allows you to reproduce images with previously used settings to ensure that inspection of your samples is always user independent. Additionally, thanks to metadata all observation settings, measurement results, and captured image can be exported directly into customized analysis reports.
We will be happy to advise you in detail in a personal conversation and look forward to hearing from you.
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