Mitutoyo Glass Thickness-Compensated Infinity Corrected Objectives Provide Ultra-long Working Distances

Mitutoyo Glass Objectives

Mitutoyo Glass Thickness-Compensated Infinity Corrected Objectives.





April 9, 2013

April 9, 2013, Barrington, NJ USA — Edmund Optics® (EO), the premier provider of optical components, is now offering Mitutoyo Glass Thickness-Compensated Infinity Corrected Objectives. These precision objectives are designed for a wide variety of life sciences applications.

Used in brightfield inspection microscopy
Mitutoyo Glass Thickness-Compensated Infinity Corrected Objectives are ideally suited for imaging objects through glass up to 3.5 mm thick. They are excellent when used in a broad range of brightfield inspection microscopy applications, including inspecting LCDs, semiconductor or flat screen TV monitors, or for imaging into a vacuum.

Outstanding color reproducibility
The infinity corrected, G Plan Apochromatic (Apo) objectives are also well suited for many different life sciences applications, including imaging through a coverslip or mediums like agar, water or nutrients. Available in 20X and 50X magnifications, Mitutoyo Glass Thickness-Compensated Infinity Corrected Objectives feature outstanding color reproducibility and a flat image surface over the entire field of view. The Objectives are in-stock and available for immediate delivery for fast turnaround and excellent value.

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