- The optical system that has originally developed for the best seller FS 60 models was further enhanced for the FS70 models. It is ideal as a microscope unit of a prober station for semiconductors. (All models CE marked.)
- The FS70L supports three types of YAG laser wavelength ranges (1064nm, 532nm and 355nm), while the FS70L4 supports two types of wavelength ranges (532nm and 266nm), thus expanding a scope of laser applications, allowing laser-cutting of thin-films used in semiconductors and liquid crystal substrates. However, Mitutoyo assumes no responsibility whatsoever for the performance and/or safety of the laser system used with Mitutoyo microscopes. a careful examination is recommended in selecting a laser-emission unit.
- Bright field, Differential Interference Contrast (DIC) and polarized observations are standard with the FS70Z. The FS70L and FS70L4 do not support the DIC method.
- By employing an inward revolver, the long working distance objectives provide excellent operatability.
- An ergonomic design with superb operatability: the FS70 employs the erect-image optical system (the image in the field of view has the same orientation as the specimen) and enlarged fine focus adjustment wheel with rubber grip coarse adjustment knob.
- Method: With concentric coarse and fine focusing wheels (right and left)
- Range: 50mm travel range0.1mm/rev. for fine adjustment, 3.8mm/rev. for coarse adjustment
- Trinocular tube Image: Erect image
- Pupil distance: Siedentopf type, adjustment range: 51 - 76mm
- Field number: 24
- Tilt angle: 0º - 20º (only -TH, -THS models)
- Illumination system: Reflective illumination for bright field (Koehler illumination, with aperture diaphragm)
- Light source: 12V100W fiber optics, non-stepped adjustment), light guide length 1.5m, power consumption 150W
- Objectives (optional): M Plan Apo-4, M Plan Apo SL, G Plan Apo. Check out our Objective page here.
Several Options and configurations available, please contact us for more information or quotation.
Mitutoyo FS-70 Series Microscope