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Industrial Microscopes
OEM Microscope Components for Integration

With more than 90 years of optical-mechanical, electronic, digital, and precision technology experience Olympus works closely with engineers and equipment designers to help them select from a broad range of off-the-shelf and custom optics and components, helping reduce product development time. Technical product selection is just the beginning—Olympus also offers flexible supply chain management that helps keep production and development plans on schedule.

The quality and performance of Olympus components directly affects the success of equipment manufacturers. Our dedicated support team meets today’s most demanding technical and logistical needs.

Components & Custom Solutions

Olympus provides optical and mechanical data to assist in the integration of Olympus components into final product designs. Custom objective lenses and optical assemblies are available when design requirements extend beyond off-the-shelf components.

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Objective Lenses

Olympus offers infinity-corrected objective lenses for a variety of optical-mechanical systems. Specialties include visible and near-IR wavelengths, long working distances, immersion, coverslip correction, and white light interferometry lenses.

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Optical Microscope Frames

By integrating Olympus microscope frames into their product instead of designing optical systems themselves, equipment designers save substantial engineering and development costs. Options include upright and inverted frames and stereo microscopes.

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Modular Microscope Assemblies

When a microscope is too big to work into a larger system, Olympus manual and motorized subassemblies allow direct system integration. Motorized subassemblies offer nosepiece focus, illumination control, magnification selection, and laser autofocus.

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Optical Microscope Modules

Olympus utilizes modular designs for all microscope systems, making it easy for equipment designers to select the components and objective lenses that best meet their system requirements—optically, mechanically, and electronically.

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