10/9/2014

MarVision Video Measuring Microscope with CCD Color Camera

Originally titled 'Video Measuring Microscope with CCD Color Camera'
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Mahr Federal’s video measuring microscope with image processing capability is designed for the measurement and/or dimensioning of geometric elements.

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Mahr Federal’s video measuring microscope with image processing capability is designed for the measurement and/or dimensioning of geometric elements. The MarVision MM 320 incorporates an integrated CCD color camera with zoom lens, a 23" touchscreen PC with keyboard and mouse, and Windows 7-based M3 software. Automatic edge detection allows even low contrast features to be measured, and a Multi Touch function provides quick and continuous variable magnification using either touchscreen or mouse.

The MarVision MM 320 rests on a hardened granite base with a precision mounted XY table. An optical incremental measuring system assures quick and fine adjustment of the axis, and a laser pointer assists with part positioning. The CCD camera and Navitar Zoom lens with 0.7-4.5× magnification are mounted on a Z-column with 200-mm vertical movement. Coarse and fine height adjustment knobs are mounted on both sides for precise focusing. Illumination is provided by a quadrant LED ring top light with four individually controlled segments and table-mounted Telecentric LED transmitted light for more focused measurement of rotationally symmetric parts.

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