NEXIV VMZ-R3020 – Higher speeds and greater precision than ever before
Magnification, AF and illumination conditions can be finely adjusted for each specimen. VMZ-R3020 offers a 300 x 200 mm stroke suitable for measurement of small components such as mechanical parts, molded parts and high-density PCBs.
- Six types of optical zooming head
- Detection of 0.1 mm transparent layer
- 8-segment ring illumination with three incident angles
- High measuring accuracy
- Faster throughput
- 15x high-speed zoom
- Surface analysis, Surface examination
- Plastic manufacturing, Metal manufacturing
- Cracks and Failure AnalysisI
- Micro-electronics, Opto-electronics
- Telecom & electronics, Antennae, Telescope optics
Standard magnification zooming heads: type 1 – 3
Type 1, 2 and 3, have Nikon 15× zoom optics with a long working distance, wide FOV and a high NA 0.35. They come with LED episcopic and diascopic illuminators, as well as an LED 8-segment ring illuminator with three incident angles.
High magnification zooming heads: type 4, TZ
Type 4 and TZ have Nikon 15× and 120× zoom optics with higher magnification and a higher NA 0.46. Type 4 comes with LED episcopic and diascopic illuminators, as well as an LED 8-segment ring illuminator with a 50-degree incident angle. TZ has LED episcopic, diascopic (for higher magnification) and darkfield illuminators.
Wide field-of-view zooming head: type A
Type A features Nikon 10× zoom optics with the widest FOV, the longest working distance and the highest NA 0.11. It comes with LED episcopic and diascopic illuminators, as well as an LED 8-segment ring illuminator with an 18-degree incident angle.
Detection of 0.1 mm transparent layer
Designed to detect the surfaces of thin transparent materials, the new TTL Laser AF works with the same high speed and high accuracy as the VMR series Laser AF.
8-segment ring illumination with three incident angles
Standard magnification zooming heads (type 1-3) come with 8-segment LED inner and outer ring illuminators as well as episcopic and diascopic illuminators. Incident angles of 37, 55 and 75 degrees, illumination directions by combining any 8-segment lights and light intensity can be adjusted.
* The incident angle of the 8-segment ring illuminator for type 4 is 50 degrees and for type A is 18 degrees.
Measuring accuracy is further improved
Measuring accuracy is further improved with high resolution linear encoder ‘ModuRay’ developed by Nikon.
High rate of data transfer combined with fast illumination control provides faster throughput.
15x High-speed Zoom
5-step high-speed zoom with a zoom ratio of 15x allows both wide field-of-view at low magnification and high-resolution observation at high magnification (type 1 – 4).