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High-Resolution Images for Advanced AnalysisDSX1000 High Resolution Model

DSX1000 High-Resolution Model


All Observations at All Magnifications

  • View your sample under 6 observation methods at all magnifications
  • Switching between observation methods is as simple as a single click
  • Objectives combine a long working distance and high resolution
All Observations at All Magnifications
Fast Motorized Optical Zoom

Fast Motorized Optical Zoom

  • Optically zoom in and out by simply turning the dial on the console, covering a wide range of magnifications with just one objective
  • The microscope’s advanced algorithms enable you to capture high-resolution 3D images just by pushing a button

High-Precision Measurement with Telecentric Optics

  • The size of the image stays the same when adjusting the focus, increasing the precision of your measurements
Be Confident in Your Results with Guaranteed Accuracy and Precision

Be Confident in Your Results with Guaranteed* Accuracy and Precision

  • Accuracy and repeatability are guaranteed* at all magnifications
  • Reduce measurement fluctuation with auto calibration
  • On-site calibration for good performance in your working environment

*To guarantee XY accuracy, calibration work must be undertaken by an Olympus service technician.

DSX1000 Specifications


Optical System Optical system Telecentric optical system
Zoom ratio 10X (motorized)
Zoom magnification method Motorized
Calibration Automatic
Lens attachment Quick-switch, coded lens attachments automatically update
magnification and visual field information
Maximum total magnification
(on monitor)
Working distance (W.D.) 66.1 mm – 0.35 mm
Accuracy and repeatability (X-Y plane)*1 Accuracy of magnification: 3%
Repeatability of magnification: ± 2% = 3 σ n -1
Repeatability (Z axis)*2 Repeatability (height): σ n – 1 ≤ 1 μm
Camera Image sensor 1 / 1.2 inch, 2.35 million pixel color CMOS
Cooling Peltier cooling
Frame rate 60 fps (maximum)
Standard 1200 × 1200 (1: 1) / 1600 × 1200 (4: 3)
3 CMOS mode Not available 1200 × 1200 (1: 1) / 1600 × 1200 (4: 3)
3 CMOS mode × pixel shift Not available 3600 × 3600 (1: 1) / 4800 × 3600 (4: 3)
Illumination Color light source LED
Lifetime 60,000 h (design value)
Observation BF (brightfield) Standard
OBQ (oblique) Standard
DF (darkfield) Standard
LED ring divided into four divisions
MIX (brightfield+darkfield) Standard
Simultaneous observation of BF + DF
PO (polarization) Standard
DIC (differential interference) Not available Standard
Contrast up Standard
Depth of focus up function Not available Standard
Transmitted lighting Standard*3
Focus Focusing Motorized
Stroke 101 mm (motorized)

*1 Calibration by Olympus or dealer service technician necessary. To guarantee the accuracy of XY, calibration with DSX-CALS-HR (calibration sample) is required.
To issue certificates, calibration work must be undertaken by an Olympus’ calibration service technician.

*2 When using a 20X or higher objective.
*3 The optional DSX10-ILT is required.

Objective lens Maximum sample height 50 mm 115 mm 145 mm
Maximum sample height
(free angle observation)
50 mm
Parfocal distance 140 mm 75 mm 45 mm
Lens attachment Integrated with lens Available
Total magnification 20X – 1400X 42X – 5600X 23X*4 – 7000X
Actual F.O.V. (μm) 19,200 µm – 270 µm 9,100 µm – 70 µm 17,100 µm – 50 µm
Adaptor Diffusion adaptor (optional) Available Not Available
Eliminate reflection adaptor (optional) Available Not Available
Lens attachment Number of objectives that can be attached Up to 1 piece
(attachment is integrated with lens)
Up to 2 pieces
Objective lens case Three lens attachments can be stored

*4 Total (maximum) magnification when using MPLFLN1.25X

XY stage: motorized / manual Motorized (with rotation function) Motorized Manual
XY stroke Stroke priority mode: 100 mm × 100 mm
Rotation priority mode: 50 mm × 50 mm
100 mm × 100 mm 100 mm × 105 mm
Rotation angle Stroke priority mode : ±20°
Rotation priority mode : ±90°
Not available
Display rotation angle GUI Not available
Load-resistance 5 kg (11 lb) 1 kg (2.2 lb)


Z-axis stroke 50 mm (manual)
Tilt observation Not available ±90°
Tilt angle display Not available GUI
Tilt angle method Not available Manual, fix / release handle


Measurement Plane measurement
Profile measurement
Step measurement
Area/volume measurement
Line roughness analysis
Surface roughness analysis
Caliper measurement (optional)
Particle analysis (optional)


Display 23-inch flat panel display
Resolution 1920 (H) × 1080 (V)


System total Upright frame system Tilt frame system
Weight (frame, head, motorized stage, display, and console) 43.7 kg (96.3 lb) 46.7 kg (103 lb)
Power consumption 100 – 120 V / 220 – 240 V, 1.1 / 0 .54 A, 50 / 60 Hz
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How a Digital Microscope’s Deep Focal Depth Enables the Complete Inspection of Connector Pins

connector pins

The Challenges of Inspecting Connector Pins

Electrical connectors are familiar parts—they are used to join two wires, a wire to a device, a cable to an electrical board, two electrical boards, and in many other applications. They come in different styles, but many use pins to make the connection. If one connector pin is defective, the entire device can fail. Defects can be caused by friction, foreign material, and corrosion or oxidization. To minimize failures, manufacturers use strict quality control measures, and microscopes play an essential role.

When inspecting connector pins using a microscope, inadequate depth of focus makes it impossible to focus the entire pin, from the root to the tip, at once. The poor focus complicates the inspector’s ability to spot defects and know which part of the pin is defective.

Inadequate depth of focus makes it impossible to focus the entire pin (magnification 26X)

Focused only on the tip

Focused only on the tip

Focused only on the root

Focused only on the root

As a workaround to poor depth of focus, you can use software to create a fully focused image of an entire pin. However, the process is slow and, because you are not looking at a live image, it can be time-consuming to view different parts of the pin since you have to switch back to the live image to navigate to different areas. Fortunately, these challenges can be overcome using a digital microscope with high-performance objective lenses. 

 How the DSX1000 Digital Microscope Improves Connector Pin Inspection

The DSX1000 microscope’s objective lenses offer the depth of focus and resolution required to focus an entire connector pin at the same time without using software, greatly simplifying and speeding up the inspection process. For larger pins where focusing the entire piece is still challenging, the microscope’s depth of focus up function deepens the focus depth at the push of a button.

*To guarantee XY accuracy, calibration work must be undertaken by an Olympus service technician.

Objective lenses
Objective lenses

Depth of focus button
Depth of focus button

the entire pin in clear focus
An image captured using a DSX1000 digital microscope, showing the entire pin in clear focus (magnification 26X)

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