Digital Microscope VHX-7000 series
The World's First 4K Ultra-High Accuracy Microscope
View, capture and measure with an all-in-one system
- Delivering images that rival an SEM
- Highest definition in the history of microscopes
- Even novice users can capture optimal images
4K High Accuracy digital microscope capable of capturing high resolution images and measurement data for inspection and failure analysis, at the push of a button.
View, Capture and Measure with an All-in-One System
Observation with an optimal balance of brightness and clarity
The VHX Series has a depth-of-field that is 20 times greater than conventional optical microscopes.
KEYENCE designs the lenses, cameras and graphic engine in-house, enabling observation with an optimal balance of depth and brightness. Even novice users can capture high resolution images with ease.
Images can be saved and shared easily
With a 1 TB hard drive, images are easily saved locally.
Images can be shared over LAN or a USB drive.
Reports can be automatically created and shared.
Perform a wide variety of measurements with just one device
Easily perform 2D and 3D measurements. Roughness, contamination, grain size, and other measurements can be performed with one tool.
Delivering Images That Rival an SEM
Optical Shadow Effect Mode
By combining a 4K CMOS image sensor with new illumination techniques, KEYENCE has achieved a new way to observe samples.
Highest Definition in the History of Digital Microscopes
4K Fully-Integrated Head
Thanks to a 4K CMOS image sensor and a newly-developed optical system, the VHX-7000 combines a large depth of field with high resolution.
A wide range of observation modes – Bright-field, Dark-field, polarisation, Differential Interference Contrast (DIC) and more – are covered, enabling automatic handling of all sorts of targets.
Full-Control System Enables Even Novice Users to Capture Optimal Images
The user simply places the target on the stage, and everything else – including alignment, focus adjustment, magnification switching and so on – is fully automatic.
Even first-time users can perform observation perfectly on the desired area, with no stress at all.