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Do the vision systems that you sell come with a warranty?

The microscopes and other vision systems that you can purchase through Kaisertech come with a 1-year warranty. For more in-depth information on our warranty policy, read the Kaisertech warranty policy here.

Which objective lenses would I need for the Mantis Elite?

The lens that you would need is completely dependent upon both the application you are undertaking and your personal preference. As a rule of thumb, it is best practice to have as large a field of view as possible when inspecting objects. Depending on the size of the object under view, a lower magnification (4x or 6x) may be better suited for your inspection work, with lenses 8x and above being used where more detailed work is required of the operator.

How does the Mantis Elite work?

The Mantis Elite is a stereo microscope that does not have eyepieces. The patented optics of the Mantis have twin optical paths that pass through the single viewing lens as a separate (stereo) optical path. This process similar to that which you would find with a conventional stereo microscope, presenting the user with a highly contracted and highly resolute stereo image.

What types of microscope can I purchase?

We offer two main types of microscope on our website. You can also call up to arrange a demonstration for these. They are as follows.

Digital Microscope – Ideal to capture and share imagery, digital microscopes are crafted to last. With powerful magnification capabilities and their user-friendly design, they are the ideal investment.

Stereo Microscope – Offering both exceptional value and high performance value, stereo microscopes are capable of 320x magnification (dependant on product).

The application that you are intending to undertake will likely determine which of the either stereo or digital microscopes you choose from. If you need any help with this feel free to give our team a call on 023 8065 0065. They will be able to give you expert advice for your purchase decision.

What is the field of view in terms of a microscope?

The field of view (FOV) is the visible area that you can see when looking through the optical device. As the power of your magnification increases, the field of view shortens. This also works in reverse with an increased FOV, there is a reduced magnification.

Can you provide training for operating the vision systems?

We strive to create an aftercare service to ensure that you are fully satisfied with the product you have purchased. Along with an abundance of helpful resources, we can also aid you in installation of the vision system.

Should you need a hands on display of how to operate the system, you can book in a demonstration with one of our highly trained experts. They can walk you through the use of the product, giving helpful tips and advice. You can also get a chance to be hands on with the product and try it out before you purchase. Should you wish to book in a demonstration contact our team today through our demonstrations booking page.

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