Industrial Microscopes
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Intuitive Microscope Controls: Comfortable and Easy to Use

The microscope’s settings are simple to operate, making it easier for users to make adjustments and reproduce system settings.


Find the Focus Quickly: Focus Aid

Inserting a focus aid in the optical path allows easy and accurate focusing on low-contrast samples, such as bare wafers.

Find the Focus Quickly: Focus Aid

Left image: The grid indicates the image is out of focus. / Middle images: The grid assists focusing. / Right image: An in-focus image can be easily obtained. 


Easily Restore Microscope Settings: Coded Hardware

Coded functions integrate the MX63 series’ hardware settings with OLYMPUS Stream image analysis software. The observation method, illumination intensity, and magnification are automatically recorded by the software and stored with the associated images. Since the settings can easily be reproduced, any operator can conduct the same quality inspections with minimal training.

Easily Restore Microscope Settings: Coded Hardware 01

Easily Restore Microscope Settings: Coded Hardware 02

Easily Restore Microscope Settings: Coded Hardware 03

Easily Restore Microscope Settings: Coded Hardware 04

Easily Restore Microscope Settings: Coded Hardware 05

Different operators use different settings.

Retrieve the device settings with OLYMPUS Stream software.

All operators can use the same settings.


Ergonomic Controls for Quicker, More Comfortable Operation

The controls for changing the objective and adjusting the aperture stop are positioned low and in the front of the microscope so users don’t have to let go of the focusing knobs or move their head away from the eyepieces during use.

Centralized microscope operation

Hand SW

Snapshot button

Centralized microscope operation

Hand switch

Snapshot button


Faster Observations via the Light Intensity Manager and Automatic Aperture Control

In normal microscopes, users need to adjust the light intensity and aperture for every observation. The MX63 series enables users to set up the light intensity and aperture conditions for different magnifications and observation methods. These settings can be easily recalled, helping users save time and maintain optimal image quality.

Light Intensity Manger

Light Intensity Manger 01

Conventional Light Intensity

Light Intensity Manger 02

The image gets too bright or dark when changing magnification or observation method.

Light Intensity Manager

Light Intensity Manger 03

The light intensity is automatically adjusted  to produce the optimal image  when changing magnification or observation method.


Automatic Aperture Control

Automatic Aperture Control 01

Maximum aperture: Higher resolution

Minimum aperture: Higher contrast and larger depth of field

Automatic Aperture Control 02

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