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Work better, for longer
The Lynx EVO was designed to increase productivity through superior ergonomics. Whatever your challenge – inspection, production, reworking, or anything else requiring magnification – a 3D depth perception and bright, high resolution, high contrast images you work comfortably and with greater concentration. Magnifications from 2.7x to 240x make it ideal for a wide range of applications.
Providing enhanced hand to eye coordination, more working space for tools and better peripheral vision for easy interaction with your working environment, Lynx EVO transforms the way you work. And with no eyepieces to adjust, it’s easy to share between multiple users, ensuring a increasing productivity and maximum return on your investment.
Dynascope technology for superior imaging
Dynascope has redefined the science of microscopy, overcoming the physical limitations of conventional microscopes to help laboratories and workshops improve quality and productivity. At its heart, there is a multi-lenticular disc which incorporates more than 3.5 million individual lenses, or ‘lenticules’, each just a few microns in diameter. The multi‐lenticular disk spins at high speed to merge the millions of individual optical paths into a high‐clarity, high contrast image.
Exceptional ease of use
Lynx EVO is extremely easy to use. There are no eyepieces to set up for different users, and focusing and illumination are controlled with simple dials. Dual iris control is managed with a single slide mechanism.
Health and productivity
The award-winning Lynx EVO delivers substantial benefits over traditional binocular microscopes, including the ability to wear prescription or safety glasses, superior imaging with less eyestrain, freedom of head movement, better posture, and dramatically improved operator comfort even during longer sessions. It all adds up to greater productivity, faster throughput, improved hand-eye co-ordination and fewer errors.
Lynx EVO base system
Highly stable for working with fine detail at magnifications of up to 240x, with illumination from above and below for working with opaque, translucent or perforated subjects.
Lynx EVO angled view configuration
Providing an angled view of the subject, with lift and lower, slide, and rotational movements, this configuration is ideal for inspection and reworking, with generous space for working with tools.
Lynx EVO with EVOTIS
EVOTIS is an advanced inspection workstation for large area subjects such as PCBs and multi-layer components, enabling quick, efficient inspection of fine detail.
Options for any challenge
A range of useful accessories lets you configure Lynx EVO to your precise and individual needs.
A 360° rotating viewer lets the operator look in and around the subject without touching it, by manipulating the optical path.
Choice of stands
A variety of ergonomic stands makes Lynx EVO suited to any industrial or life science application.
Still and video cameras
Lynx Evo can be equipped with still and video cameras, and ViCapture software, for image capture enhanced with annotation capabilities and other productivity features.
A range of software for image capture, annotation, dimensioning and reporting is available.
Ergo stand Small footprint, high stability for high magnification use. Optional substage illumination. Floating stage can be fitted.
Multi-Axis stand: Precise and robust. Ideal for industrial application where maximum work space is required. Counter-balanced for quick, effortless and adjustability. Available with direct mounting to work surface or platform base (sub-stage base option is also available).
Yes. The optical design of the Lynx EVO head projects the image into the users eyes. If the user wears task specific eye glasses these can be worn to correct the users sight without affecting the performance of the Lynx EVO. In the same way safety glasses and can also be worn during use.
Lynx EVO includes a detent which can be set at any point within the zoom range. The detent works as a physical marker that if felt as the zoom control moves past it. Like a click stop, the detent causes the zoom to click into the set magnification before the user can zoom past in either direction ensuring the user returns to the same place time and again
Yes, it is possible to get measurements using Lynx EVO in the same way as can be achieved with other stereo microscopes. These are typically via the use of a graticule or via the use of the optional camera module and measurement software