Bitelecentric lenses offered by Opto Engineering zoom with motorized control

Opto Engineering's Multi Mag Optics TCZR Series lenses support imaging and measurement applications requiring the flexibility of zoom lenses and accuracy of fixed optics.

Bitelecentric lenses offered by Opto Engineering zoom with motorized control
Bitelecentric lenses offered by Opto Engineering zoom with motorized control

Multi Mag Optics TCZR Series lenses support imaging and measurement applications requiring the flexibility of zoom lenses and accuracy of fixed optics. Four different magnifications, featuring a total range of 8X, can be selected either by means of the onboard control keyboard or via computer through a specific remote control software. Bitelecentricity, high resolution, and low distortion make the zoom lenses able to perform the same measurement tasks as a fixed magnification telecentric lens.
Opto Engineering
Mantova, Italy

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TCZR Series can be coupled with LTCL and LTRN illuminator series

8X BI-TELECENTRIC ZOOM LENSES with motorized control TCZR Series is a leading edge optical solution for imaging and measurement applications requiring both the flexibility of zoom lenses and the accuracy of fixed optics.

By means of a very accurate mechanism, these lenses ensure unequaled magnification, focusing and image center stability when switching from a magnification to another, thus avoiding recalibration at any given time.

4 different magnifications, featuring a total range of 8x, can be selected either by means of the onboard control keyboard or via computer through a specific remote control software.

Bitelecentricity, high resolution and low distortion make these zooms able to perform the same measurement tasks as a fixed magnification telecentric lens.

Key Advantages
Perfect Magnification constancy: no need of re-calibration, after zooming
Perfect Parfocality: no need of refocusing when changing magnification
Bi-telecentricity: very accurate measurement is possible
Image Center Stability: each magnification maintains its FOV center
Full Motorization control: zoom magnification is set either manually or via software

SOURCE: Opto Engineering

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