Evident Releases new Objectives for OEM Integrators and Olympus Industrial Microscopes
Next-generation OEM objectives enable engineers to develop the scientific instruments of tomorrow.
Posted: July 15, 2022
Evident, a new wholly owned subsidiary of Olympus comprised of its former Life Science and Industrial divisions, released new objectives for OEM integrators and Olympus industrial microscopes* that combine a high numerical aperture and long working distance, providing exceptional flexibility in various inspection applications.
Objective lenses are crucial to a microscope’s performance. New MXPLFLN series objectives are manufactured using novel lens polishing technology, so more lenses can fit in each objective housing. This enables users to view high-resolution, high-magnification images at 20X and 50X while maintaining a 3 mm working distance. When inspecting three-dimensional objects—like circuit boards or semiconductor wafers—there is less chance of the objective hitting the sample and causing damage. Four objectives are available in this series: brightfield 20X and 50X and brightfield/darkfield 20X and 50X.
*The objectives are compatible with BX53M, MX63 and GX53 microscopes.
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