As technology has improved in cameras, monitors, computers and software so has risen the popularity of Digital Microscopes. Below we breakdown the differences between a Digital Microscope and Compound Microscope. Each tool has its benefits based on your applications.
|.||Motorized Compound Microscope:||Digital Microscope:|
|.||• Better Resolution||• Better Depth of Field|
|.||• Better Color Correction||• Has better working distance to accommodate samples w/ varying heights|
|.||• Has eyepieces for best possible viewing inspection||• Must work off the computer screen exclusively|
|.||• Can customize every feature to your specific needs||• Is one integrated solution|
|.||• Can do more accurate automated defect inspection||• Can tilt in order to inspect and view samples on their sides|
Motic’s PA family of microscopes is an ideal solution for the inspection of the defects mentioned above.
|The PA53MET holds all brightfield, darkfield and DIC options along with easy-to-use software for measurement and recordkeeping. The microscope also offers motorized xyz for more advanced imaging applications.|
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