The device is intended for advanced authenticity verification of passports, ID cards, travel documents, visa stamps and seals, including but not limited to entry permits, driving licences, vehicle registration certificates and other vehicle related documents, banknotes, revenue and special stamps, securities and other documents with security features.
The microscope enables to conduct the following types of expertise: dactyloscopic, ballistic, trasological, handwriting and forensic.
The microscope is constructed in metal body and intended for desktop use. It is operated with the help of the buttons of the front panel or/and Regula Forensic Studio software. The buttons are responsible for the activation of light sources and adjustment of camera parameters in different examination modes. The latter are displayed on the LCD display.
The device has a set of light sources of visible, infrared and ultraviolet spectral ranges and imaging filters used for carrying out forensic expertise. The microscope enables to capture, process and store digital images of examined objects and perform additional visual control using the binocular nozzle.
Regula 5001МК.01 is equipped with an analysis stand which enables to clamp examined objects (bullets, cartridge cases, etc.), to rotate them radially and axially, as well as in the tangential direction (when the movable pincer is taken off).
|Light complexes||Light sources, nm|
|UV bottom lighter||365|
|Lens magnification, times||Digital channel (frame size 2048×1536)|
|field of view, mm||resolution, ppi||magnification (for a 21-inch monitor), times|
|Lens magnification, times||Lens magnification with the eyepiece, times|
|field of view, mm||magnification, times||field of view, mm||magnification, times|
Camera filters, nm:
Maximum size of an examined object, mm — 420×300
Maximum thickness (height) of examined objects, mm — 170
Connection interface — USB 2.0
Dimensions (length × width × height), mm — 440×440×600
Weight, kg — 20
Power supply voltage, V — 12 ± 0,5
Power consumption, W — 60