The BeVision S1 combines light microscopy and image analysis, providing intuitive, accurate size and shape distributions of either powder or suspensions. At an objective magnification of up to 100x, even particles as fine as 1 μm can be efficiently analyzed and recorded by the BeVision S1.
Features and Benefits
- ● Measurement range: 1 to 3,000 µm
- ● 24 different particle size and shape parameters
- ● Optional models for different applications
- ● Both dry and wet measurements
- ● Results in compliance with ISO 9276-6
- ● A budget - friendly solution for your particle analysis
- ● Powerful software eases your work
- ● Customizable reports for different evaluation options
Overview of BeVision Series | Precision in Particle Vision
How to Install and Operate BeVision S1
What is Image Analysis? Fundamentals of BeVision Series
1) Why Image Analysis Method?
Capture an image of particles, identify particles, then measure their size and shape. Every step of image analysis is easy and clear.
- Shape analysis
Based on a direct view of particles, it is possible to analyze not only the size of particles, but also their shape.
- Seeing is believing
The image analysis method determines the size and shape of every individual particle and then sums it up to form a statistic. Details of particle size or shape distribution can be accurately provided.
2) Why Static Image Analysis Method?
- Clear vision
In static image analyzers, precision microscopes and high-resolution cameras are specialized for high - quality particle images.
- Undersized particle sensitivity
The static image analysis method is sensitive to undersized particles; it is even possible to estimate the size of undersized particles.
- Small sample volume
The static image analysis method requires a small volume of samples. A few drops of emulsions or a few micrograms of powders are enough to do a measurement.
3) Particle Size and Shape Parameters：
- Size parameters
Equivalent diameters: area-equivalent diameter、perimeter-equivalent diameter;
Feret diameters: maximum and minimum Feret diameters, XLF ("length") ;
Martin diameters: maximum and minimum Martin diameters;
Legendre ellipse: major and minor axes;
- Shape parameters
Size difference in 2 directions: aspect ratio、L/W ratio、ellipse ratio;
Round-likeness and rectangle-likeness: Circularity、irregularity、compactness、extent、box ratio;
Contour concavity: Concavity、convexity、solidity;
For elongated particles: Elongation、straightness;
4) BeVision Software: Visualized Insights for You：
5) Typical Applications:
- Application NotebigClick
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A Guide to Particle Size and Shape Parameters By Image Analysis