IM Compact and IM Linea
Opto’s machine microscopes digitalise image data precisely and reliably. They are designed to be user-friendly, easy-to-implement and perfect for machine integration.
- Easy installation
- Quickly digitalise image data with Solino technology
- Efficient analysis and documentation using the free OptoViewer 2.0 software
- Perfect as a vision sensor for quality control during micro-assembly / screening
“Plug & Play”
Opto’s imaging module series are designed for “Plug & Play”, a concept that displays the digitalised object onto a screen through a single cable. Below shows the single cable concept in action.
Digital microscopy has never been easier with the minimal set up that comes with the “Plug & Play” concept. Having a single cable increases ease of use, makes the modules user-friendly and makes them perfect for machine integration.
Easy to integrate – Perfect for Machine Integration
No other microscope on the market offers the practicability of Opto’s imaging modules:
- Compact and robust – easy integration and installation into specialist equipment
- Competitive performance for industrial and biomedical applications
- Competitive prices when compared to other microscopes on the market
When a microscope has these features it is perfect for machine integration and can act as a vision sensor, quickly and efficiently checking the micro-quality of products or components.
With these vision sensors, Opto allows new micro-assembly and micro-screening machines to have up to 800% less components and reduce their cost significantly.
Unique Coax Lighting
The IM Compact M and Linea XL can come with an LED coax light alongside the ring light. Opaque and transparent samples require different lighting conditions to be optimally viewed so these imaging modules can quickly change between the two lighting conditions. The coax light puts light directly onto the sample, instead of from the side, allowing a contrast of images.
The image below highlights the difference between objects viewed with the ring light and the same object viewed with the coax light.