15x or 22x Magnification
If you have to scan whole documents to see as many features as possible in minimum time, you would prefer 15x magnification. 22x magnification allows you to see finest details, but the area of sight is smaller due to the necessary lens construction. If you have to go into detail and would like to see things like paper fibers, printing artefacts and even finest deviations of the surface, you would prefer 22x – especially when you are in the office and have enough time for a deep analysis.
4 Extra strong UV LEDs 365 nm
The UV light mode with its 4 extra strong UV LEDs (365 nm) allows an optimal depiction of UV security inks through the lens as well as from the side from short distance. Check nanotext and several fibers on passports and bank notes. Also ideal for effortless detecting of UV features on polycarbonate cards. You can use your Doculus Lumus® also as a small UV torchlight so you don’t need an extra torchlight.
4 White Incident Light LEDs
White incident light with 4 strong LEDs (bright field illumination) allows you to check even the finest printed details like microtext or nanotext. Recognize with which printing technology a document was printed. (laserprint, inkjet, offset, etc.). Many people want to activate the incident light with their thumbs, so there is the possibility to switch from right hand mode to left hand mode. How this works exactly, can be found in the user manual.
8 LEDs for Rotating Oblique Light
8 LEDs for automatic or manually rotating oblique light to the left or right. The oblique light mode allows you to identify intaglios, embossing and colour changing kinegrams or holograms. With the aid of 8 LEDs that successively shine on the document in 45° steps, shadows are created at heightened or deepened features (dark field illumination). Colour changing elements look different depending on the angle of light incidence. So you have the possibility of a 3D realistic detection of various sublime security features and holograms.
In certain situations, e.g. at bright sunshine, the normal incident light mode may be too dark. You will need a higher light intensity to shine through water marks as well. The torchlight mode allows an optimal illumination even in a very bright surrounding. In dark environment use this mode as a torch replacement for illuminating close objects.
Steady Light Mode for Documentation Purpose
The steady light function is very useful if you want to take a snapshot through the lens with your cell phone or smartphone camera or you do not want to keep the button pressed with your finger.
Click the battery cover to the documentation position and you can lay your mobile phone flat on the Doculus Lumus®.
There is no extra app necessary for photo documentation. Simply use the camera application on your smartphone.
Doculus Lumus® is specially designed for outdoor use.
Whether it falls down or you hit it somewhere, Doculus Lumus® can handle it! The housing is water-rebellent but not waterproof. Please also don’t drown it into coffee (sugar has a conductive effect).
There was a user, who accidentally drove by car over it, even our Doculus Lumus® has endured that – but we recommend not to try this at home!
FUV Front UV Torch 365 nm
RFID ICAO Check
AS Anti Stokes
Laser 980 nm
Only with Doculus Lumus®
- 2 cm / 1,5 cm inspection diameter
- High Quality Glass Lenses
- Robust housing – Drop proof from a height of 1,5 m
- Patented electronic control for extra-long operation time
- Left- / Right-handed Mode
- Individualize your Device with 9 Colors and personal Logo
2 AAA Batteries Lasting 3-5 Months (standard)
LI – Lithium Ion Battery
300 mAh (optional)
CE – Tested and approved compliance with the requirements of the following European directives and standards:
- 1999/5/EG Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment (R&TTE)
- 2011/65/EU Restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS)
- 2004/108/EG Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
- 2006/95/EG Low Voltage Directive (LVD)
- 2009/125/EG Energy related Products (ErP)
- IEC 60950-1 Information technology equipment – Safety
- FCC (Federal Communications Commission of the United States): Grant of Equipment Authorization, FCC IDENTIFIER 2ACVI-DL
- IC (Industry Canada / Industrie Canada): CERTIFICATION NUMBER 12347A-DL
- ACMA (Australian Communications and Media Authority): Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM)
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