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Microscope Objective Lens

  • Suitable for ITO, particle detection, wafer inspection

  • Infinity optical design for different microscope lenses can match infinity objective lens with a different mag

  • High-contrast & brightness image solution

  • Microscope objective design of new modular allows customizing different optical layouts on customers' requests

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Microscope Objective Lens
  • Microscope Objective Lens Specification

Model Objective Magnification CCD Max Size Objective Aperature Diameter Image Path Spectrum Light Path Spectrum Laser Path Spectrum Lighting Path Mount Objective Lens Mount Preview (pdf)
Model Objective Magnification CCD Max Size Objective Aperature Diameter Image Path Spectrum Light Path Spectrum Laser Path Spectrum Lighting Path Mount Objective Lens Mount Preview (pdf)
Model Objective Magnification CCD Max Size Objective Aperature Diameter Image Path Spectrum Light Path Spectrum Laser Path Spectrum Lighting Path Mount Objective Lens Mount Preview (pdf)
Model Objective Magnification CCD Max Size Objective Aperature Diameter Image Path Spectrum Light Path Spectrum Laser Path Spectrum Lighting Path Mount Objective Lens Mount Preview (pdf)
Model Objective Magnification CCD Max Size Objective Aperature Diameter Image Path Spectrum Light Path Spectrum Laser Path Spectrum Lighting Path Mount Objective Lens Mount Preview (pdf)
Model Objective Magnification CCD Max Size Objective Aperature Diameter Image Path Spectrum Light Path Spectrum Laser Path Spectrum Lighting Path Mount Objective Lens Mount Preview (pdf)
Model Objective Magnification CCD Max Size Objective Aperature Diameter Image Path Spectrum Light Path Spectrum Laser Path Spectrum Lighting Path Mount Objective Lens Mount Preview (pdf)
Model Objective Magnification CCD Max Size Objective Aperature Diameter Image Path Spectrum Light Path Spectrum Laser Path Spectrum Lighting Path Mount Objective Lens Mount Preview (pdf)
Model Objective Magnification CCD Max Size Objective Aperature Diameter Image Path Spectrum Light Path Spectrum Laser Path Spectrum Lighting Path Mount Objective Lens Mount Preview (pdf)

Microscopy Lens XF-VM3-1X-C

1X

4/3

φ12mm

Visible

Visible

/

/8mm point illumination

M26×0.706

Microscopy Lens XF-VM3-1X-N

1X

4/3

φ12mm

Visible

/

/

/

M26×0.706

Microscopy Lens XF-VM3-05X-C

0.5X

2/3

φ12mm

Visible

Visible

/

8mm point illumination

M26×0.706

Microscope Lens XF-VM3-1X-DIC

1X

4/3

φ12mm

Visible

Visible

/

/30W Blue LED

M26×0.706

Microscope Lens XF-VM3-1X-CL

1X

4/3

φ12mm

Visible

Visible

/

/8mm point illumination

Support to objective turret with depth less tham 45mm

Microscope Lens XF-VM3-05X-CL

0.5X

2/3

φ12mm

Visible

Visible

/

/8mm point illumination

Support to objective turret with depth less tham 45mm

Microscopy Lens XF-VM3-D0510

Vertical 0.5X/Horizontal1X

Vertical 2/3

φ12mm

Visible

/

/

8mm point illumination

M26×0.706

Microscopy Lens XF-VM3-LA1X-C1-NIR

1X

1.1

φ12mm

Visible

Visible

800-1200nm

8mm point illumination

M26×0.706

XF-VM3-LA1X-C2-NIR-CL

1X

1.1

φ12mm

Visible

Visible

800-1200nm

8mm point illumination

Support to objective turret with depth less tham 45mm

Microscope Objective Lens Types

In general, when it comes to the microscope objective lens types, we refer to the different magnification and uses of the four most commonly different microscope lenses on composite optical microscopes.


  • Scan the lens (4x)

The scanning objective is designed for getting bearings right before moving onto the low power lens.


  • Low-power lens (10 x)

The low-power microscope objective lens usually has 10x or 20x magnification. You can identify it by a yellow stripe around the lens housing. This objective can be very useful for viewing prepared specimens on slides.


  • High-power lens (40 x)

The high-power microscopy lens is applied for looking at smaller specimens like bacteria and cells that are invisible to the naked eye.


  • Oil-immersion lens (100 x)

These lenses are called ‘oil immersion lenses’ because you usually need to use them with oil in order to view your specimen.


Microscope Objective Working Distance

In general, the operating microscope objective working distance decreases with magnification and numerical aperture. Nowadays, the popular trend is to produce dry microscope objectives with as long working distances as possible, but this requirement is partly limited by a high numerical aperture that requires high resolution. This usually result in the manufacturers making a compromise between these two parameters.


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