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Stereo Zoom Binocular Scope integrates ring light.

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June 30, 2014 - Featuring 60-LED ring light as embedded element of focus mount, Model SPZ-50 offers magnification range of 6.7–50x, or up to 200x with 3 optional lenses and eyepieces. LEDs create shadow-free lighting intensity of 35,000 lux, assuring accuracy and crisp imaging, while dimmer control lets operators vary and turn off illumination. With wide field of view and long working distance, SPZ-50 is suited for high-volume inspection stations, R&D engineering labs, and science applications.

Aven, Inc.

4595 Platt Road, Ann Arbor, MI, 48108, USA

Original Press Release

Aven Integrates Ring Light In Stereo Zoom Scope System

Press release date: June 26, 2014

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — A new illuminated microscope system has a 60-LED ring light as an embedded element of the focus mount.

The combination adds one-piece convenience and practicality to Aven’s most popular stereo zoom binocular scope, which now can be selected with illumination securely installed. The SPZ-50 model microscope offers a magnification range of 6.7x to 50x, or up to 200x with three optional lenses and eyepieces.

“Our inclusive system treats the ring light as an integral component, rather than a screw-on accessory,” explains Mike Shahpurwala, president of Aven, Inc. “We’ve eliminated any risk of damage from a loosened ring light dropping on products being inspected.”

The wide field of view and long working distance make Aven’s SPZ-50 suited to high-volume inspection stations, R&D engineering labs and science applications. Precision lenses result in high-definition images from edge to-edge. Coarse and fine focus settings allow meticulous control. 

Five dozen white LEDs create a shadow-free lighting intensity of 35,000 lux, assuring accuracy and crisp imaging. A dimmer control lets operators vary illumination and turn it off.
    
“This model and others in our microscope lines reflect the clear distinctions of Japanese-engineered instruments, which are designed and manufactured to industry-leading standards,” Shahpurwala says.

“High-grade optical glass and a straight light path provide maximum clarity and undistorted viewing,” adds the Michigan executive, who founded Aven 30 years ago.  

The SPZ-50 system includes a double arm boom stand with tiltable arbor that adjusts to any position for ideal viewing angles and use over large areas. A high eye point (17mm, or about three-quarters of an inch) also supports comfortable use, even for operators with eyeglasses.

A 21-pound metal base provides stability, and an articulating arm is available as an option.
The system comes with a dust cover, rubber eye guards  and tension control pin.

For more information, call (734) 973-0099. A digital catalog is at www.aventools.com/print-and-web-materials#.        

Aven, Inc. manufactures and distributes high-performance optical instruments and precision tools for microscopy, inspection and assembly. More than 800 products include video inspection systems, integrated portable microscopes, video borescopes, task lights and stainless steel tools for lab use and precision hand tools such as tweezers, pliers, cutters, screwdrivers, crimpers, knives and alignment tools. Brands include Mighty Scope, iLoupe, Miruc, Carton, Technik and Accu-Tek. A technology innovator since 1983, Aven is located in a high-tech corridor of Southeast Michigan.  

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