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Newsletter 2018

April 16, 2018

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An Illustrated Guide to Digital Microscope Technology

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An Illustrated Guide to Digital Microscope Technology
We have updated this popular text that was downloaded in great numbers. It contains over 30 pages of illustrations and explanations of topics such as the optical mechanisms of lenses, lighting techniques, and the latest digital observation technology.
Safety Device with Advanced Functionality
Programmable muting, auxiliary outputs, and built-in alignment indicators are standard on the GL-R Series Safety Light Curtain. Dedicated Safety Relay with plug & play cables also available.
Learn Image Processing Basics in Just 10 Minutes (Lighting Edition)
·Diffuse and specular reflection
·Applications of diffuse reflection
·OCR mechanisms and example applications

This guide contains these and other topics that provide information to help you select lighting.
Code Reader General Catalog Full of Applications Grouped by Industry
This guide book contains information on KEYENCE code readers that is essential to achieving Industry 4.0, IoT, and traceability.
Introducing an Ultra-large, Wide-stage Model!
With a stage six times larger than that of conventional products, it is possible to measure large products that were previously unmeasurable. Batch measurements are also possible by loading multiple measurement objects of the same shape onto the large stage.
What to Look For In Optical Micrometers
Learn What Features to Pay Attention to When Looking at Optical Micrometers.
This guide explains the advantages and disadvantages of new and existing technologies to make sure you can get the most out of your new optical micrometer system.
A Textbook for Learning What Traceability Is
In recent years, every time a product recall due to a problem is in the news, people focus on traceability.
This textbook is a must-see for anyone who has heard of traceability but is not sure how it works or has not seen detailed examples of its application.
A Contact Sensor That Won't Break Even after 200 Million Measurements
The use of linear ball bearings and an all stainless steel construction make this sensor lightweight, providing an overwhelmingly long service life. It is watertight, oil-resistant, and dust-proof, eliminating the need to worry about the installation environment.

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