High-magnification inspection systems offer user comfort

27th January 2015
Posted By : Barney Scott
High-magnification inspection systems offer user comfort

FSInspection will highlight its high-magnification visual inspection stations in Booth 3720 at the IPC APEX EXPO, scheduled to take place 24th to 26th February 2015, at the San Diego Convention Centre, California. Designed for industrial needs, the series includes the HDMag High-Magnification Visual Inspection Station, X-Mag Machine Vision Station and PKMag 50 Portable Visual Inspection Device.

The HDMag High-Definition Inspection Station's ergonomic design offers comfort, promotes good posture and reduces eye, neck and back strain. Operators can sit back while viewing the screen and zoom in up to 127 times to see the smallest details. Additional features include built-in, adjustable LED lighting, auto-focus with manual override, gliding X-Y table and software that offers image capture, storage and measurement.

The X-Mag Machine Vision Station integrates a high-definition camera and monitor to offer sharp images at all magnification levels. Small details become clear with up to 96 times magnification, providing exceptional inspection of all objects. The X-Mag features an auto-focus camera with manual focus override, tilting camera and 330° rotating camera arm.

The PKMag 50 Portable Inspection Device, pictured, offers high-definition magnification in a package weighing under 300g. With a 5" LCD display and prominent push-button controls, it is easy for operators to get to grips with, without needing to hunch over and peer into eyepieces. The PKMag 50 can be carried to wherever it is needed to inspect items from almost any angle without eye strain.

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