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$840.00
Availability: 1 In Stock
Product Code: O3HS1400

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CMOS MICROSOPE CAMERA FOR C-MOUNT

New Product! Just released from the manufacturer are these new USB3.0 microscope cameras. Using the same design as our USB2.0 cameras above, the USB3.0 cameras bring the benefit of added speed, up to ten times the data transfer speed of USB2.0. We see USB3.0 taking over from USB2.0 in the long term so you should consider investing in this new technology.

The USB3.0 cameras use the same eyepiece adapters available for the USB2.0 cameras above. The software used is the same, with a few tweaks to allow for the higher transfer rate. Because of the USB3.0 interface, the cameras are slightly larger in size, but the same style.

The majority of digital microscope cameras use a version of the USB interface to pass the image data to a computer. There was no official industry standard for using USB2.0 in imaging devices, however it was widely accepted. For some more specialised cameras, the GigE interface was used due to its higher speed and longer cable length. With the introduction of USB3.0 in 2008, it has gained popularity for imaging use due to its increased speed. At the end of 2012 the Automated Imaging Association (AIA) released a Vision Standard for USB3.0 in imaging devices. The GigE interface can still be found on cameras that require a cable length longer than approximately 5 metres where USB cabling is not ideal.

In terms of how this affects microscope cameras; the advantage of USB3.0 is a faster transfer speed that allows for a higher frame rate and for image data to be saved to disk quicker.

Before purchasing a USB3.0 camera, insure that your computer has an available port.
If you don't have access to the computer specifications, locate your USB ports and look for a blue accent on the inner prong.
We recommend consulting your IT department before making your purchase.

Order Code SensorandSize(mm) Pixel(μm) G Sensitivity
Dynamic Range
SN Ratio
FPS/Resolution Binning Exposure

O3HS1400

14M/MT9F002(C)

1/2.3" (6.451x4.603)

1.4x1.4

0.724v/lux-sec
65.3dB
35.5dB

6.2@4096x3286
20.8@2048x1644
53.3@1024x822

1x1,2x2,4x4

0.4ms~2000ms

O3HS1000

10M/MT9J003(C)

1/2.3" (6.44x4.616)

1.67x1.67

0.31v/lux-sec
65.2dB
34dB

7.2@3584x2746
24.5@1792x1372

1x1,2x2,4x4

0.38ms~2000ms

O3HS0850

8.5M/Special(C)

1/2.5" (5.557x4.255)

1.67x1.67

0.31v/lux-sec
65.2dB
34dB

8.3@3328x2548
26.2@1664x1272

1x1,2x2,4x4

0.1ms~2000ms

O3HS0510

5.1M/MT9P006(C)

1/2.5" (5.7x4.28)

2.2x2.2

1.76v/lux-sec
67.7dB
38.5dB

14.2@2560x1922
38.3@1280x960
101.2@640x480

1x1,2x2,4x4

0.05ms~2000ms

O3HS0320

3.1M/AR0330(C)

1/3" (4.505x3.38)

2.2x2.2

1.9v/lux-sec
100dB
39dB

27.3@2048x1534
53.3@1024x770

1x1,2x2

0.1ms~2000ms

Available on request

1.2M/AR0130(C)1/3"(4.8x3.6) 3.75x3.75 5.5v/lux-sec
85.3dB
44dB
45@1280x960
55@640x480
1x1,2x2 0.1ms~20000ms
SOFTWARE ENVIRONMENT
OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
OTHER HARDWARE CONFIGURATION

Spectral Range

380-650nm (with IR-filter)

White Balance

ROI White Balance/ Manual Temp-Tint Adjustment

Color Rendering Technique

Ultra Fine Color Engine

Capture/Control API

Native C/C++, C#, Directshow, Twain, Labview

Recording System

Still Picture and Movie

Cooling System*

Natural

Operating Temperature

-10 deg. ~ 50 deg.

Storage Temperature

-20 deg. ~ 60 deg.

Operating Humidity

30~80%RH

Storage Humidity

10~60%RH

Power Supply

DC 5V over PC USB Port

Operating System

Support Microsoft  Windows XP / Vista / 7 /8 /10 (32and64 bit)
OS x (Mac OS X), Linux

PC Requirements

CPU: Equal to Intel Core2 2.8GHz or Higher

Memory: 2GB or More

USB port: USB3.0 High-speed Port

Display: 17" or Larger

CD-ROM


For use with computers with Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 operating system. These easy to use and very versatile digital cameras are supplied integral with a low power microscope eyepiece (23.2mm DIN standard). They are simply inserted into an eyepiece tube or top tube of a trinocular head. The visual field observed in the camera is up to 90% of the viewing field through the eyepiece. Using the USB2.0 high speed port the camera displays the microscope images continuously on the computer screen in real-time and non-compressed video data and digital photos and movie sequences may be captured.

Prior to capturing an image, all adjustments - colour, contrast, brightness frame-speed - may be optimised. After capture, image files are saved in the desired image-format on the computer's hard drive. Once calibrated using a stage micrometer, the software allows measurement of lengths, angles and areas across microscope images. It is also possible to include a scale marker on micrographs and to count particles. For counting select Plugin and then Count, after that set parameters and Count.

Our cameras provide high image quality, and they are entirely suitable for numerous applications in research, in biomedical applications, material science and technology. The CCD camera has a "Wide Lux" feature. This largely compensates for changes in brightness that are due to changes in magnification and diaphragm aperture. These CCD cameras also have a "High Sensitivity" feature to compensate for a wide range of light-attenuating accessories, such as a dark-field" condenser, phase contrast and epi-fluorescence microscopy.

All of these cameras come with USB2.0 cable, driver software and sleeve adapters for inserting the camera into 30mm or 30.5mm tubes, which are commonly used with stereo microscopes.

Connecting a camera to the microscope: digital cameras for microscopy are usually connected to a microscope by one of two means: Cameras with an integral eyepiece are inserted into the phototube of a trinocular microscope (ready to receive an eyepiece), or they can be inserted into one of the viewing eyepiece tubes after an eyepiece is removed.
Alternatively the microscope has a C-mount adapter in lieu of the phototube. The C-mount camera has a thread which connects to the top of the C-mount adapter.

Photo magnification is affected not only by the microscope and C-mount/ camera eyepiece, but also by the camera chip and the size of the computer screen. Most microscopists would aim for a magnification which is larger, but less than double the viewing magnification. Compared with the settings for the viewed magnifications, our cameras, using a 0.5x C-mount/ eyepiece and displayed on a 22" screen, average magnifications 1.9x greater in full screen mode and 1.4x in working mode.

Particularly using macro photography or stereoscopes, a 1x C-mount is another means to obtain higher magnifications. A 1x C-mount used with a compound microscope and oil-immersion, results in several thousand times magnifications. Conventional microscopy is limited by the wavelength of light; magnifications above 1000x are increasingly blurred, and magnifications above 2000x have no merit. A 0.3x C-mount obviously results in lower magnifications, which can be useful, but in some systems may cause vignetting.

Shipping

Orders with items in stock are packed within 24 hours. We ship with our best choice of courier, depending on goods ordered and shipping address provided.

Location

Standard delivery

Express delivery

Townsville/Local

Next day

N/A

Queensland

2-3 business days

N/A

NSW

4-10 business days

2-3 business days

SA/Tas/Vic/WA

6-14 business days

2-3 business days

Overseas

N/A

5-14 business days

*Note: Delivery times are as provided by our carriers and are estimates only. Delays may occur during peak periods, and due to factors outside the carriers' control.

Standard shipping is $15 in Australia (free on orders over $200). Add $5 to ship Express (under 2kg only)

Pickup

Order online and collect from our warehouse in Townsville.

Location

Freight Charge

Ready for collection

11 Carlton Street, Kirwan

$0

Once invoice has been emailed
(Less than 1 business day)



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