Microscope Focus Motor
.Microscope Focus Motor
Simple and easy to fit Z solutions for most microscopes.
The motorized focus control provides a theoretical resolution as small as 0.002µm, giving excellent resolution for precise and repeatable focusing in the Z-axis. This focus motor can be mounted on most microscopes as long as there is a fine focus knop on the microscope.
For large movements when speed is required, the focus motor can be driven at speeds of up to 20 revolutions per second. An optional probe-style encoder provides the highest accuracy and repeatability available. The drive has a rotating cable system, designed to prevent the cable from twisting around the drive. The focus motor can be controlled by DeltaPix ErgoFocus.
The focus motor can be controlled by DeltaPix ErgoFocus.
Minimum System Requirements
Intel I5 (quad-core)
Windows 8, Windows 10 and Windows 11 64bit version
FHD (1920 x 1080)
Extended Focus, Exposure, and Manual Stitching
Capture extended depth of field, and extend the field of view by stitching a large image to gather and capture images in different exposure.
Segmentation, Counting, and Multiphase Analysis
The Multiphase counting module can utilize up to four phases.
A counting phase is defined by a set of features, like RGB color range and geometrical features.
The topography function can combine images at different focus levels into one single 3D image in order to give a full analysis of the surface of the object.
Microscope And Stage Interface
The Interface module can interface to a variety of motor controllers (e.g. Prior, Märzhauser, Ludl, Zeiss via MTB server).