Laser Scanning Confocal Microscope VK-X1000 for precise confocal
Confocal microscopy is an optical imaging technique for
increasing optical resolution and contrast of a micrograph by means
of using a spatial pinhole to block out-of-focus light in image
Laser microscopes can perform non-contact
profile, roughness, and film thickness measurements with
nanometer-level resolution on any material or shape.
By combining white
light with a laser light source, LSCMs are able to scan a surface
and collect both an optical image and high-resolution surface data.
Nanometer-level heights can be measured by analyzing the intensity
of the returned laser light relative to the z-position of the
measurement systems, such as contact profilers and interferometers
can damage the material being measured or are unable to provide
data on certain materials and surfaces. These devices can also be
costly, time-consuming to operate, and difficult to use.
Simply place your
sample on the stage, click measure, and the VK-X1000 will
automatically scan and measure your sample. Our advanced analysis
software will automatically analyze the data and recommend key
roughness parameters to evaluate.
measurement and surface analysis.
VK-X is able to perform
the same measurements for multiple data sources under identical
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Learn more about the VK Series 3D Laser
Non-contact Profile and Roughness Measurements on Nearly Any Material.
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