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Fibr Scope III™ - A Tool to Project Fiber Optic Connector End Faces and Ferrules on Computer Screens for Data Capture and Viewing
Fibr Scope III - A Tool to Project Fiber Optic Connector End Faces and Ferrules on Computer Screens for Data Capture and Viewing

Fiber Optic Microscope -- Fibr Scope III™

 

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“In my opinion the overall picture quality and software user-friendly attributes stand above your competitors.”

-- Fibr Scope III™ Customer

 

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A handheld, affordable, computer aided, digital, fiber optic microscope for visualization, detection, and analysis of typical defects seen on the end faces of FO connectors and ferrules. With its high end optics, high resolution camera, and 2nd generation image processing software, the Fibr Scope III™ is well suited for automated imaging and detection of scratches, dirt, dust, and other contaminants that other non computer aided devices may miss. Suitable for higher volume assembly lines where a database can be created with notes and documentation on each device under tests. These devices are also called optical fiberscopes.

 

Features and Benefits:

  • High resolution visualization
  • Use with any computer or laptop with USB port
  • Suitable for hard-to-reach connectors
  • Probe Pro Image Analysis Software library enables you to see defects clearly when your eyes can not
  • Fiber Auto Centering
  • Quick focusing
  • Includes a wide variety of interchangeable adapter tips
  • Automatic Test Mode
  • User defined Pass/Fail Criteria
  • 560x optical magnification
  • Sensor Type: 1280 x 1024 Monochrome, 1/2 Inch CMOS
  • Live Image: 800 x 800
  • Frame rates: 28 fps default 1280 x 1024, 14 fps full resolution
  • Ergonomic design
  • Lightweight
  • USB 2.0 Interface

Technical Specifications

 

Technical Specifications:


Camera Type: USB 2.0 Monochrome
Sensor Type: 1280 x 1024 Monochrome, 1/2'' CMOS
Live Image: 800 x 800, 28 fps default 1280 x 1024, 14 fps full resolution
Field of View: 0.4 x 0.4 mm
Defect Size Detection: 0.5 µm

Optical Resolution: 2 µm
Magnification: 560× (variable)
Light Source: Blue LED, wave length 470 nm
Power Source: USB 2.0 Port of a PC
Cable: USB 2.0
Temperature Range: +5 to +35°C
Dimensions (WxHxL): 56.3 x 25 x 201 mm (2.22 x 0.98 x 7.91 inches)
Weight: 330 g (11.64 oz.)
System Requirements:

Operating System: Windows ® XP Professional SP1 or later, Server 2003, Vista, Server 2008, Windows 7
Processor: Recommended: Pentium 4; 2 GHz or higher
Minimal: Pentium III
RAM: Recommended: 512 MB (1024 MB for Vista/2008/W7)
Minimal: 256 MB (512 MB for Vista/2008/W7)
Hard Disk Space: 5 MB for installation plus additional space for captured images
Video Card: Recommended: ATI 9XXX series (or higher) or NVIDIA GeForce 4x (or higher)
Minimal: 24 bit True Color, 8 MB video memory
Hardware Interface: Intel integrated host controller recommended. (VIA-based USB controller is not recommended.) At least one USB 2.0 port for connection.

Probe Tips: Ships with various ST and SC tips used in industry


 

Fibr Scope III Dimensions:

Fibr Scope III Dimensions Operating temperature: +5 to +35°C
Weight: 330 g (11.64 oz.)
Dimensions (W x H x L): 56.3 x 25 x 201 mm
                                          (2.22 x 0.98 x 7.91 inches)
Housing material: Aluminum
Nose material: Stainless steel



 

Sample Images of a FO Connector with Fibr Scope: (click to enlarge)

 

The Pass/Fail Criteria Presets dialog
The Pass/Fail Criteria Presets dialog

 

Connector Video View
Connector Video View

Connector Video View with full Resolution
Connector Video View with full Resolution

Applying the Local Exposure Filter: the Filtering Level and Blur Box
Applying the Local Exposure Filter: the Filtering Level and Blur Box

 

Applying the Local Exposure Filter: the Blur Box
Applying the Local Exposure Filter: the Blur Box

Applying the Local Exposure Filter: the Filtering Level
Applying the Local Exposure Filter: the Filtering Level
Viewing the Inspection Results without the Connector View
Viewing the Inspection Results without the Connector View
Inspection Results Screen
Inspection Results Screen
Inspection Results Summary Report
Inspection Results Summary Report

 

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