How to operate a video microscope

Time:2022-03-28 Click:333

Video microscopes are being used more and more in industrial inspection. The advantages are that they are easy to operate, allow more people to observe at the same time, and have the functions of taking pictures, storing and analyzing. Therefore, more and more people use video microscopes. The image of the sample seen by the video microscope according to AD conversion is displayed on the built-in display screen or electronic computer of the optical microscope. Video microscopes have a strong sense of hierarchy. Clear, spacious, and long working distance, basic optical microscopes that are very common in the field of application. So, how does a video microscope work? Let me give you a detailed introduction.

How to operate a video microscope:

1. To prepare the large parts of the video microscope, first assemble the universal stand. Here, we should note that the camera lens and the camera's support bracket should be below, and the support bracket suitable for the display should be placed on top, which is good for observation.

2. Install the camera lens on the universal bracket, in a circle, just fix the camera lens, the camera lens is more sensitive, so the installation must be careful, then install the camera on the camera lens, insert the diameter, this step is very important, be careful .

3. After installing the support frame and camera, then fix the display. Once fixed, connect some connecting wires.

4. If the light source is dark after the first two steps, you can install a light source on the video microscope, so that there is enough light source to observe the product.

The above content is a detailed introduction to the operation method of the video microscope. The wide application of video microscopes can consider the inspection regulations of contemporary microorganisms, pharmaceuticals, natural environment, agriculture and forestry, chemical plants, microelectronics technology, semiconductor materials and other industries. It is generally used in college classroom teaching, biotechnology, scientific research, industrial production and installation, and detection accuracy. Measurement, quality management process and other industries.


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