電子映像拡大器電子映像拡大器

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    • A 2-way microscope: "Desk microscope" and "Handheld microscope"
    • Features GOKO's precise Japanese optics.
    • Features a powerful zoom: 90× and 350× without changing lenses.
    • Captures smooth live video without time lags (NTSC Real time system).
    • MADE IN JAPAN
    • Additional functions

      (1) Greater clarity and higher-contrast!

      (2) Greatly reduces vibrations of unstable objects such as fingers.

    * The GOKO Bscan-Z is not a medical device.

  • Features

    A 2-way video microscope

    先端部分 Example: The observation of nail fold capillaries

    (1) A "Desk microscope"

    The GOKO Bscan-Z makes the observation of unsteady objects much easier and clearer.
    Thus far, it has been difficult to observe unsteady objects such as nail fold capillaries in ultra-high magnifications because quality is easily affected by even the slightest movements or unevenness of surface of objects at these magnifications. However, the GOKO Bscan-Z facilitates "motionless observation" with its novel structure that keeps the camera and objects stable.

    (2) A"Handheld microscope"

    The observation in the back of the hand Example: The observation of the back of the hand by attaching Attachment A or B

    The GOKO Bscan-Z can be used not only as "desktop microscope" but also as a "handheld microscope."
    All you need to do is just touch the object with the GOKO Bscan-Z: No focusing is required to obtain high quality microscopic images.
    Because of its compact and handheld shape, the GOKO Bscan-Z is suited for enhanced magnified observation of the whole body surface as well.
    The GOKO Bscan-Z includes 2 types of Attachments that are interchangeable according to the shape of the objects (uneven or flat).


    Additional function
    Greater clarity and higher-contrast!

    A good optical system is essential to achieve good clarity and better image quality. GOKO has a proud history of more than 60 years' as a Japanese manufacturer of finished optical products, and we place considerable empahsis on developing fine optical systems and not just increasing the number of pixels. Our fine optical system realizes greater clarity and better quality.
    GOKO's optical innovation achieves greater clarity and higher contrast to enable the observation of flow of white corpuscles in capillaries as well.


    Additional function
    Anti-vibration design!

    The GOKO Bscan-Z greatly reduces vibrations of unsteady objects such as fingers with the improved stage unit and anti-vibration attachment (standard accessory). It improves work efficiency of taking photographs or observing of circulation in the capillaries as well.


    Captures smooth live video without time lags

    An NTSC full-motion real-time video system captures extremely smooth real-time monitoring with no time lags.


    90x90×
    350x350×

    Powerful zoom, without changing lenses!

    Magnifications (90× and 350×) can be quickly changed without changing lenses, and there is no need to re-focus.


    Extremely light and compact!

    Gross weight is less than 400 g, and it is extremely compact.
    Because of these features, the GOKO Bscan-Z enables single-handed operation for long periods of time without stress. It is also very portable.


    Features high luminosity LED: cool, bright, and extremely long-life!

    lighting

    The GOKO Bscan-Z features a maintenance-free lighting system. Unlike devices with halogen lamps, there is no need to change bulbs.
    No heat is generated that may damage delicate objects such as skin or scalp over long observation periods.


    Can be connected to PC via converter

    The optional NTSC-USB 2.0 Converter converts NTSC images to uncompressed digital images for real-time display on a computer and saves them as still images. It provides a clear and precise image that is in an accurate 4:3 format.

  • Sample Images of the GOKO Bscan-Z

    The GOKO Bscan-Z is favorably used also as capillaroscopy system among famous universities, hospitals, health centers, drugstores, aesthetic beauty salons and many others. GOKO's own fine optical system realizes greater clarity and better quality in ultra-high-magnification images and even enables the observation of blood flow, red corpuscles and white corpuscles inside the capillaries.

    Nail fold capillaries

    • Nailfold capillaries (350×)Nailfold capillaries (350×)
    • Nailfold capillaries (350×)Nailfold capillaries (350×)
    • Nailfold capillaries (90×)Nailfold capillaries (90×)

    Tongue Papillae Capillaries

    • Tongue papillae capillaries (350×)Tongue papillae capillaries (350×)
    • Tongue papillae capillaries (90×)Tongue papillae capillaries (90×)
    • Tongue papillae capillaries (90×)Tongue papillae capillaries (90×)

    Mole and Capillaries

    • Mole capillaries (90×)Mole and capillaries (90×)
    • Mole capillaries (90×)Mole and capillaries (90×)
    • Mole capillaries (350×)Mole and capillaries (350×)

    Oral Mucosal Capillaries (Labial Microvascular)

    • Labial Microvascular (90×)Labial Microvascular (90×)
    • Labial Microvascular (90×)Labial Microvascular (90×)
    • Labial Microvascular (350×)Labial Microvascular (350×)

    Blood Vessels in Gum

    • Blood vessels in gum (90×)Blood vessels in gum (90×)
    • Blood vessels in gum (350×)Blood vessels in gum (350×)

    Capillaries in Scalp

    • Capillaries in scalp (350×)Capillaries in scalp (350×)
    • Capillaries in scalp (90×)Capillaries in scalp (90×)

    Capillaries in Forearm

    • Capillaries in forearm (350×)Capillaries in forearm (350×)
    • Capillaries in forearm (350×)Capillaries in forearm (350×)

    Others

    • Skin textureSkin Texture
    • Roots of HairRoots of Hair
    • Textile FiberTextile Fiber

    CAUTION:

    * Copying, modifying, reproducing, transmitting, etc. the contents on this site, for whatever purpose, is strictly prohibited without our prior written permission, regardless of the method or intent.

    * Requires oil application to the object surface in observing capillaries.

  • Clients' Intended Use and Application

    For universities, hospitals, and medical institutes

    • In research demonstrations and monographs at universities and laboratories
    • To observe/research peripheral blood flow or skin
    • To observe/research pressure ulcer
    • To observe/research burns
    • For capillaroscopy to observe/research diabetes
    • For capillaroscopy to observe/research autoimmune rheumatic diseases such as scleroderma, connective tissue disease, or Raynaud phenomenon

    For health promotion businesses

    • For the useful demonstration of the promotion of health related equipment, hydrogen/carbonated water, and supplements
    • To demonstrate the effect of "detox" at a stone sauna, carbon dioxide bath, or fitness club
    • To observe the change in blood circulation following a massage

    For the beauty and esthetic industries

    • To demonstrate the effectiveness of new products for the improvement of skin or scalp
    • To observe improvements in blood circulation
    • As an advisory tool for life style modification at pharmacies and drugstores

    Others

    • To inspect printed surface
    • To observe skin disease at veterinary clinics and animal medical centers

    Installation Record of the GOKO Bscan series

    Universities

    • Tokyo University
    • Tsukuba University
    • Nagoya University
    • Osaka University
    • Hiroshima University
    • Kyushu Institute of Technology
    • Kanazawa University
    • Toyama University
    • Niigata University
    • University of Miyazaki
    • Fukushima University
    • Saitama Prefectural University
    • Kyoto Prefectural University
    • Okayama Prefectural University
    • Yokohama City University
    • Prefectural University of Hiroshima
    • Hiroshima City University
    • Kanagawa University of Human Services
    • Tokushima University
    • Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine
    • Wakayama Medical University
    • Chuo University
    • Kindai University
    • Nihon University
    • Kyoto College of Nursing
    • Shiga University of Medical Science
    • Waseda University
    • Keio University
    • Tokyo Women's Medical University
    • Hosei University
    • Shibaura Institute of Technology
    • Kanazawa Medical University
    • Shikoku University
    • Tokai University
    • Juntendo University
    • Tokyo Medical University
    • St. Marianna School of Medicine
    • Dokkyo University
    • Kokushikan University
    • Jissen Women's Educational Institute
    • International University of Health and Welfare
    • Osaka Dental University
    • Osaka Institute of Technology
    • Hiroshima International University
    • Tokushima Bunri University
    • Jobu University
    • Tokyo Polytechnic University
    • Ryotokuji University
    • Meisei University
    • International Pacific University
    • Yokohama Soei University
    • Sojo University
    • Takasaki University of Health and Welfare
    • Kinjo Gakuin University
    • Chugoku Gakuen University
    • Kawamura Gakuen Woman's University
    • Chiba Institute of Technology
    • Bunkyo Gakuin University
    • Meijo University
    • Koshien University
    • St. Catherine University
    • Showa Gakuin Junior College
    • Shokei Gakuin University
    • Toho University
    • Osaka Shoin Women's University

    and many others

    Hospitals

    • National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center
    • National Disaster Medical Center
    • Nagasaki Hospital
    • Kumamoto City Hospital
    • Asao General Hospital
    • Sagamihara National Hospital
    • Yokohama Rosai Hospital

    and many others

    Local Health Centers

    • Yaizu City
    • Odawara City
    • Tagawa City
    • Nasukarasuyama City

    and many others

    Drugstores

    • Health Care Store SEIJO
    • CREATE SD. Co., Ltd.

    and many others

    Enterprises

    • Shiseido Co., Ltd.
    • Kao Corporation
    • FANCL Corporation
    • TAKARA BELMONT Corp
    • SVENSON CO., LTD.
    • POLACHEMICAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
    • Dr. Recella. Co. ltd.
    • YAMANOBEAUTYMATEGROUP INC.
    • Missionary
    • Milbon Co., Ltd.
    • Sunny Health Co., Ltd.
    • Nippo Pharmaceutical Industries
    • ROHTO Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.
    • Zenyaku Kogyo Co., Ltd.
    • Mikimoto Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.
    • Toho Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.
    • Kyowa Hakko Kirin Co., Ltd.
    • LOTTE Co., Ltd.
    • YakultHonsha Co., Ltd.
    • Saraya. Co., Ltd.
    • Toyota Motor Corporation
    • TOKYO GAS Co., Ltd.
    • Sharp Corporation
    • Corona Corporation
    • Hitachi, Ltd.
    • West Nippon Expressway Company Limited
    • Fujitsu Limited
    • Marubeni Corporation
    • DENSO
    • SHiDAX COMMUNITY CORPORATION
    • Uokuni Sohonsha Co., Ltd.
    • Seiyo Hood-Compass Group, Inc.
    • Nikkyo Create, Ltd.
    • NIPPON GENERAL FOOD
    • Marukome Co., Ltd.
    • NS FaFa Japan Co., Ltd.
    • Panasonic Corporation
    • Yomeishu Seizo Co., Ltd.
    • TAIHO PHARMACEUTICAL CO., LTD.
    • INTERFACE Co., Ltd.
    • SNOWDEN Co., Ltd.
    • Rize clinic
    • Septem Soken Co., Ltd.
    • MIYASAKA RUBBER CO., LTD.
    • Melodian Co., Ltd.
    • NITTO PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES, LTD.
    • Nissin Chemical Co., Ltd.
    • MARUZEN PHORMACEUTICALS CO., LTD.

    and many others

    Media Coverage of the GOKO Bscan series

    "GOKO Bscan series" is widely used in various mass media such as Japanese popular TV programs.

    28.04.2017 Kansai Telecasting Corporation Appeared on a TV program broadcasted by Kansai Telecasting Corporation.
    25.04.2017 TV Asahi Corporation Appeared on a TV program, "Minna-No Katei-No Igaku" (Family Medicine for Everyone) to observe nailfold capillaries and sweat from sweat glands.
    31.12.2016 Tokyo Broadcasting System Television, Inc. Used in TV program broadcasted by TBS (Tokyo Broadcasting System Television, Inc.) to observe shape of capillaries and flow in blood vessels.
    07.11.2016 Tokyo Broadcasting System Television, Inc. Used in TV program broadcasted by TV TOKYO Corporation to observe shape of capillaries and flow in blood vessels.
    22.2.2016 Nikkei Marketing Journal Highlighted in the article as the high-magnification video microscope which enables to observe white corpuscles in capillaries with greater clearly.
    17.2.2016 Nikkei Sangyo Shimbun
    (Nikkei Industrial Journal)
    Highlighted in the article as the high-magnification video microscope which enables to observe white corpuscles in capillaries with greater clearly.
    27.7.2015 Tokyo Broadcasting
    System Television
    Used as handheld video microscope to observe blood flow and pores on the face.
    14.7.2015 Tokyo Broadcasting
    System Television
    Introduced as excellent capillaroscopy system that FANCL, one of the most famous manufacturers of cosmetics and functional foods in Japan, uses to let their customers see their capillary shape and blood flow.
    10.8.2014 Nippon Television To observe the change of blood flow in capillaries in scalps following a massage.
    26.9.2013 Nippon Television To observe sweat from sweat glands, shirt fibers, and capillaries in fingers, lips, and scalps.
    7.9.2013 Nippon Television Used as high-magnification video microscope to examine the weakness of mites.
    12.7.2013 Fuji Television Used as capillaroscopy system to examine the effects of refreshing in a cool environment.
    3.4.2013 NHK General TV Used as high-magnification video microscope to verify a woman's "thinning hair."
    12.2.2013 Asahi Broadcasting To observe blood flow during bathing in a hot spring on the "Takeshi's Medical Check-Up Show."
    15.1.2013 Tokyo Broadcasting
    System Television
    Used as capillaroscopy system to verify dehydration in winter.
    21.12.2012 NHK General TV Used as capillaroscopy system to verify dehydration in winter.
    13.12.2012 NHK General TV Used as capillaroscopy system to verify dehydration in winter.
    5.12.2012 NHK BS To observe the capillaries in dark circle under the eyes.
    26.11.2012 BS Nippon Television Used as high-magnification video microscope in a demonstration of how to increase hair volume.
    31.10.2012 NHK BS Used as capillaroscopy system to observe lip capillaries.
    10.10.2012 NHK General TV To observe the change of blood flow in a calf's capillaries following a massage.
    24.9.2012 Fuji Television Used as capillaroscopy system to observe the change in blood flow as affected by a sudden change of temperature.
    12.9.2012 NHK BS Used as capillaroscopy system to observe blood flow to check the effect of carbonated water.
    29.8.2012 NHK General TV Used as capillaroscopy system to observe blood flow in a study of bathing methods that attempted to avoid the summer heat.
    26.8.2012 Tokyo Broadcasting
    System Television
    To observe the change of blood flow to check the effect of carbonated water.
    17.7.2012 Fuji Television Used as capillaroscopy system to verify summer weariness resulting from having too much cold food or drink.
    12.7.2012 Fuji Television Used as high-magnification video microscope to verify armpit sweat.
    25.6.2012 Asahi Broadcasting Used as high-magnification video microscope to observe the effects of "knee jiggling" to cure puffy legs.
    21.6.2012 Fuji Television Used as capillaroscopy system to check summer weariness.
    2.12.2011 NHK Educational TV Used as capillaroscopy system to observe peripheral blood flow in the fingers.
    26.11.2011 Nippon Television Used as high-magnification video microscope to observe skin texture to check the effect of collagen.
    12.11.2011 Nippon Television Used as capillaroscopy system to observe the change of blood flow to check the effects of carbonated water.
    3.9.2011 Nippon Television Used as capillaroscopy system to observe the change of blood flow affected by autonomic nerves.
    28.5.2011 Nippon Television Used as capillaroscopy system to observe the change of blood flow affected by atmospheric pressure.
    05.09.2010 NHK Used as high-magnification video microscope to observe the structure of dots on electronic books.
    7.8.2010 Nippon Television Used as capillaroscopy system to examine heatstroke.
    7.8.2010 NHK BShi Used as capillaroscopy system to examine the change of blood flow as affected by feelings of fear.
    15.5.2010 Nippon Television Used as high-magnification video microscope to study enlarged tissues of papers to determine if it was "grain long" or "grain short."
    24.4.2010 Nippon Television Used as capillaroscopy system to examine blood flow in the lip, scalp, and skin.
    17.4.2010 Nippon Television Used as high-magnification video microscope to study the enlarged tissues of the surface of hand gloves.
    13.2.2010 Nippon Television Used as capillaroscopy system to study effective bathing.
    19.9.2008 Nippon Television Used as high-magnification video microscope to examine the condition of the tongue.
    13.9.2008 Nippon Television Used as capillaroscopy system to examine blood flow in capillaries.
    3.12.2007 NHK Used as capillaroscopy system to study the circulation of body fluid.
    1.12.2007 NHK Used as capillaroscopy system to study poor blood circulation.
    14.8.2007 Nippon Television Used as capillaroscopy system to examine the relationship between fear and coldness.
    11.7.2007 Nippon Television Introduced as the most up-do-date capillaroscopy system to check blood flow in microcirculation.
    20.12.2006 Nippon Television As capillaroscope to examine the improvement of blood flow following exercise.
    8.6.2006 TV TOKYO Introduced via "World Business Satellite" as the most up-to-date capillary scope to observe blood flow.
  • Options

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      NTSC-USB 2.0 converter

      Used to convert NTSC analog images to uncompressed digital images for real-time display on a computer and saves them as video and still image

      More information
    • 9.7″ Monitor
      9.7″ Monitor

      NTSC 9.7″ monitor whose color display is suitably adjusted for GOKO Bscan-Z

  • Specifications

    Camera Unit



    Model EV-80Z
    Image Signal NTSC composite video signal
    Electronic Shutter 1/60-1/100,000 second (Automatic)
    Magnification 80× to 370× (on 14-inch monitor)
    In focus with Attachment: 90× and 350×
    Lighting System Direct lighting by high luminosity LED
    Video Output Composite image output (pin jack 75 Ω)
    Power Source DV 5 V, supplied from exclusive adapter
    AC Adapter inlet pressure: AV 100-240 V
    Operating Temperature 0° C to +40° C
    Operating Humidity 35%-60% RH
    Dimensions φ45 (external diameter) × 96 (length) mm (except protrusion, without Attachment)
    φ45 (external diameter) × 106 (length) mm (with Attachment)
    Weight 140 g (without Attachment), Attachment: 10 g
    Attachments 1.Attachments A and B 、E
    2.AC Adapter
    3.Protection cap
    Location of manufacture Japan

    Stand Unit



    Model ST-600Z
    Dimensions Base unit: φ120 mm, camera holder unit: φ58 mm, height: 72.5 mm
    Range of the movement of the Stage Unit 10 mm in a crosswise direction
    Range of the movement of the Camera Holder Unit 10 mm vertically
    Overall height with the Camera Unit 132 mm, except protrusion
    Weight 250 g
    Location of Manufacture Japan

    * The GOKO Bscan-Z is not a medical device.

    Specifications and design of the products are subject to change without prior notice.