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Modular Microscopy

Simplified Microscopy

Monitor chemical processes

Great for research & manufacturing!

Zoom Microscope

Designed for high resolution inspection applications, the Zoom microscope achieves uncompromised levels of performance. The fully optimized objectives designed to work together with the zoom optics deliver diffraction limited performance at all magnifications. Its compact and lightweight zoom module maintains a constant working distance over a full 12x zoom range and is equipped with a co-axial episode-illumination port.

Observational Unit with Coaxial Illumination (OUCI)

This compact microscope body is a customizable high performance imaging system for use in a wide range of applications from scientific research to industrial production equipment. The Observation Unit with Coaxial Illumination accepts a wide variety of corrected objectives and can be combined with a wide variety of optional components to accommodate many applications.

Controller Box - Zoom Accessory

A single-axis controller with a built-in micro-step driver having a 5-point preset function.

◦ Compatible with objective lens turrets, motorized zoom lens, and other LASER accessory units in addition to motorized stages fitted with a 5-phase stepping motor.
◦ Can control the controller from PC via USB (virtual COM port).


Collimation Tester - Shear Plate
Salvo Electro-Optic’s Shear plate, collimation tester consists of a piece of the highest-quality fused silica for transmission capability from 185nm-2.1µm and is available in sizes ranging from 10mm-250mm. The shear plates come mounted in a rugged (or sturdy), thick metal base with leveled positioning stainless steel mounting feet. The wedge angle for each plate size is optimized for the range of the acceptable beam sizes. Since wavefront curvature can be measured with our larger diameter collimation tester, these can be used to measure surfaces with large radii with some calculations. The wavefront is measured at the screen and the surface-to-screen distance must be added or subtracted, depending on whether the surface is concave or convex. The mirror radius is twice the wavefront radius.