The Dino-Lite Premier AM5018MZTL is designed for connecting directly to HDTV or LCD monitors with HD 720p format, making the AM5018MZTL be suitable quick inspections, assembly lines, presentations, training , and more.
The AM5018MZTL's MicroTouch provides the convenience to freeze the live video to examine details with a simple tap. The LEDs can also be switched by tap and holding the same MicroTouch for two seconds. In similar to most general purpose Dino-Lite models, it has an adjustable magnification from 20x to 90x varied with working distance.
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The Dino-Lite is capable of variable magnification with a range of 20~220x depending of working distance by simply zooming in or out with just a rotating dial.
Choose to capture a moment and examine important details by freezing the live video simply by touching the MicroTouch on the Dino-Lite.
Long working distance greater than 29 mm (without front cap) is achieved at a wide magnification range (10x to 140x).
The wide magnification range (10x to 140x) is achieved with working distances greater than 29 mm (without front cap), which can be helpful when clearance is required between the microscope and the viewing object.
This model includes a freely adjustable polarizer that is useful for suppressing unwanted glare or reflection from object surface to any extent, making it ideal for most applications.
Switch the LEDs On/Off for illumination options by simply touching the MicroTouch for two seconds.
View sharp and vibrant details with HD 720p resolution using direct digital DVI interface. The Dino-Lite can be readily used with little effort using a LCD monitor or a large HDTV for detailed observations and impressive presentations.
|Model||AM5018MZTL Dino-Lite Premier|
|Product Resolution||HD 720p|
|Microtouch||LED On/Off - Tap and hold for two seconds
Freeze / unfreeze frame - Tap
|LED lighting||8 white LEDs|
|Unit Dimension||10cm (H) x 3.2cm (D)|
|Package Dimensions||21.5cm(L) x 18cm(W) x 7cm(H)|
|M||WD||FOV (x)||FOV (y)|
M = magnification rate
WD = working distance
FOV = field of view
Unit = mm
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