Machine vision lenses from Edmund Optics to be showcased at LASER World of Photonics 2015

May 22, 2015
Check out the machine vision lenses, the Dynamic Focus VZM Lens and the Variable Magnification Telecentric Lens, that Edmund Optics will showcase at LASER World of Photonics 2015.

On display at theEdmund Optics booth at LASER World of Photonics 2015 will be the Dynamic Focus VZM Lens, and the Variable Magnification Telecentric Lens. The Dynamic Focus VZM is a liquid lens technology-enabled lens, which can seamlessly adjust focus while maintaining zoom capabilities, as compared to a traditional zoom imaging lens for variable depth imaging. The lenses (pictured) utilize an internal liquid lens and adjust focus over a 7X range, from 0.65X to 4.6X, while maintaining the zoom capabilities of the standard VZM zoom imaging lenses.

TheVariable Magnification Telecentric Lenses enable users to select the exactly field of view needed for a particular application. Featuring a usable range from 0.3X to 0.5X, users can dial in the field they want on up to a 2/3” image sensor. The lenses feature focus, zoom, and iris adjustment and are suitable for use in inspection and gauging applications.

LASER World of Photonics booth number: Hall A2 Booth 213

To Learn More:

Contact:Edmund Optics
Headquarters: Barrington, NJ, USA
Product:Dynamic Focus VZM lenses, TECHSPEC variable magnification lenses
Key Features: Electronically adjust focus with integrated liquid lens, overcomes depth of field limitations, includes software for focus tuning (Dynamic Focus VZM ), usable range from 0.3X to 0.5X, focus/zoom, iris adjustment, works on up 2/3” sensor (Variable Magnification Telecentric).

What Edmund Optics says:

View more information on the Dynamic Focus VZM lenses.
View more information on TECHSPEC variable magnification lenses.

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