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at digital microscopes for electronics inspections. “Across the electronics industry there is a


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need for inspecting components and finished products with clear images and micrometer precision. Digital microscopes combine the versatility to tackle a wide range of specimens with guaranteed accuracy in measurement. “Digital microscopes provide flexible, easy


inspections and are designed for industry. With the digital camera at the center, digital microscopes show specimens directly on a computer screen, thereby avoiding the need for eyepieces. This setup gives users a more comfortable, ergonomic experience, which is particularly important in high-throughput settings, such as quality control, where users often spend long hours working at the microscope. “Fully computer-controlled digital microscopes


are fast becoming the standard in industry. Here, users can simply place a specimen on the microscope and carry out setup, imaging and analysis from their computer. Inspections that require traceable documentation and measurements with guaranteed accuracy particularly benefit from this workflow. “In electronics manufacturing, digital


microscopy has long been the workhorse for inspections all along the value chain. Here, we look at examples where the latest generation of digital microscopes deliver reliability and real ease of use to the inspection workflow.


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16 Autopilot systems give extra eyes and ears


17 Construction workers want PPE and will refuse to return to work without it


Hazardous Area Equipment


18 Chalmit launches transportable light for hazardous industries


19 Hazardous areas sealed for safety


20 No more daily maintenance


Batteries & Chargers 22 KUP and the BBC 23 Sweep Frequency Response Analyzer FRA500


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24 12 speakers not to miss at LuxLive 2020


25 Top garden attraction invests in new kind of bulb


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28 Future energy efficiency classes


29 Knightsbridge launches self test emergency lighting range


Safety in Engineering


31 How a smart approach to haul roads can improve safety


32 The importance of machinery safety


33 Technology must core of fire safety for UK schools


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36 Choosing transformers for critical medicine


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