COMPANY NEWS - TOPROVIEW releases DM023 WiFi series new products
TOPROVIEW releases DM023 series WiFi New Product. TOPROVIEW has launched DM023 series WiFi USB microscope which is with polarizer light or UV light. Different from the current wireless microscope in the market which is witi poor quality and irreplaceable battery, this new model is compatible with replaceable and rechargeable 18650 battery. That means user would get the longer service life wireless microscope by changing the battery easily.
With some innovative technologies like microtouch for capturing, polarizer or UV light for different and wide applications, smooth smart device's APP, high compatible computer systems etc., this series products get the positive feedback quickly as soon as released to the market.
COMPANY NEWS - LCD Digital Microscope with polarizer?
Most of the LCD digital microscope in current market are needed to be fill light or adjust the light angle by extra ligh source on the stand base.
But with Toproview LCD models, users only need to use the polarizer switch to adjust reflective light and without any extra accessory is needed.
Depending on the polarization configuration and the interaction of incident light with the target, light will be transmitted or blocked. In this case, users can get the clear and without reflection light observation with this Toproview new technology LCD digital microscope.
This feature makes our LCD models with the very helpful and wide application in diamond and jewlery inspection.
Warmly welcome Dr Ayman Khatib team from UAE to visit our factory
Warmly welcome Dr Ayman Khatib team from UAE to visit us factory
Digital microscope/dermatoscope factory manufacture
In June 2023, Dr Ayman Khatib and his team visited us Toproview Technology. Under the accompany by
our sales, they visited our company's warehouse, production lines and engineer gave detailed
explaination to the new project.
Looking for to meet you next time,and warmly welcome all our clients come and visit us freely in the future.
Any questions or demands pls feel free to contact with us.
Thanks for notice again.
Using Toproview's products for Science & Education Filed - TOPROVIEW'S BLOG
With Toproview digital microscope, helping children & students access digital microscopes as learning tools.
Portable digital microscope helpful tool for children to touch the micro world in the simple way.
Inspire their learning ability, satisfy their curiosity, increase their knowledge of the world!
Below are the photos take by Toproview product model DM022C. With LCD handheld models or WiFi portable models, will be more convenient for children to get in touch the micro world in the outdoor!
Insect specimens, plants, rock samples etc., will be easy to be seen with details with this small tool.
Capture for Insect specimen(Male mosquito mouthparts) Capture for Insect specimen(fly mouthparts)
Using Toproview's products as capillaroscopy - TOPROVIEW'S BLOG
Description of Capillaroscopy
Capillaroscopy is a non-invasive, easy and safe diagnostic technique designed to evaluate small vessels of the microcirculation in the nail fold. It can reveal both the general architecture of capillary rows and fine details of particular vessels. Toproview products can be used as the simple and cheap capillaroscopy to catch some simple but clear images.
The most important indications for performing capillaroscopy include differential diagnosis of primary and secondary Raynaud’s phenomenon, as well as the assessment of scleroderma spectrum disorders. In systemic sclerosis, capillary abnormalities appear and evolve in a clearly defined sequence called the scleroderma pattern, which correlates with internal organ involvement.
Best Image Quality: A drop of paraffin oil, glycerine, or baby oil can be applied to the nail fold before examination in order to enhance transparency and provide the best results.
Application photo taken by Toproview model DM022C with polarizer
Application photo taken by Toproview model DM022C without polarizer
What’s digital microscope? - TOPROVIEW'S BLOG
What’s digital microscope?
A digital microscope is a variation of a traditional optical microscope that uses optics and a digital camera to output an image to a monitor, sometimes by means of software running on a computer. A digital microscope often has its own in-built LED light source, and differs from an optical microscope in that there is no provision to observe the sample directly through an eyepiece. Since the image is focused on the digital circuit, the entire system is designed for the monitor image. The optics for the human eye are omitted.
Digital microscopes range from, usually inexpensive, USB digital microscopes to advanced industrial digital microscopes costing tens of thousands of dollars. The low price commercial microscopes normally omit the optics for illumination and are more akin to webcams with a macro lens. An optical microscope can also be fitted with a digital camera.
Optical vs. Digital Microscopes? - TOPROVIEW'S BLOG
Optical vs. Digital Microscopes: Which Is Better for Your Application?
Both digital and optical, or traditional, microscopes have made significant advancements in the past 50 years. At UNITRON, we recognize that there is a need for both types of microscopes, as they both have distinct advantages for certain applications. Here, we review some of the key differences between the two types and some scenarios in which either an optical or digital microscope would be preferable:
For true, 3D observation of a specimen, there is no substitute for traditional stereo microscopes. Digital images are “flattened,” due in nature to the flat camera sensor and, therefore, provide limited depth perception compared to binocular (or trinocular) stereo microscopes. Magnification power in digital microscopes is primarily determined by the optical lens, after which digital zoom power simply makes the image larger by displaying less and less of the field of view. Thanks to the assortment of objectives (from scanning to high power), a compound optical microscope can provide a greater level of detail at higher magnification, which often makes it a better choice for observing samples of small size or with fine details such as metallurgical samples, coatings, materials science samples, and particulates.
To capture and store images, a digital microscope is easy to use and has everything needed already included (i.e. camera, software and often “computer”). Industries in which product quality control is conducted via microscopes may benefit from the simplicity of digital instruments. Some microscopes already have a built-in monitor. Many of our digital microscopes do not even require the use of a computer; The user can simply press one button to take a photo, which is then saved to a USB storage device. If you need to capture higher resolution images, or images at greater magnification, there is always the option to add a camera to a trinocular optical microscope.
Ease of Use
In terms of ease of use, it’s hard to compete with the simplicity of digital microscopes. Our ZoomHD technology offers live, high-definition images through either an integrated monitor or one supplied by the user. With on-board software, no computer is needed, making the instrument easy to set up in a production or QC environment. Many operators also find that digital microscopes are easier to change the field of view by adjusting the zoom control. For even more capability such as measurements, image comparison, preset viewing conditions, and access control, UNITRON offers digital microscope solutions from Ash Technologies.
While fully integrated digital microscopes are arguably simpler to use in many scenarios, they can be limited in terms of how to view the sample. Optical microscopes allow the user to implement contrasting techniques such as differential interference contrast (DIC), phase contrast, and fluorescence. Optical microscopes also allow the addition of a microscopy camera, thus providing the high optical quality of viewing through eyepieces AND the convenience of viewing the digital image on a monitor.
Find the Right Microscope for Your Application
Different Types of Microscopes - TOPROVIEW'S BLOG
Whenever we think of a microscope, what usually comes into minds is a compound microscope, since this is what we experimented with during science class, and what we often see on television as well.
But, there are actually several kinds of microscopes, and each of them functions somewhat differently and serve a variety of purposes. Here is a comprehensive guide on the different types of microscopes and what each one can be used for:
Types Of Microscopes Today
Advancements in technology have since paved the way for more modern and complex microscopes that are widely used in science classes, research studies, and more. In fact, many of these modern microscopes do not even rely on light, such as electron microscopes and scanning probe microscopes.
Here, we have three main types of microscopy, namely, light, digital, and electron microscopy. You will find various types of microscopes under each category, as well as a run down of other types of microscopes that operate on a different method.