Sensor module can be customized
NOVEMBER 16, 2009--The AF910 is an autofocus sensor module used with infinite objective video microscopes for the electro-optics industry.
NOVEMBER 16, 2009--The AF910 is an autofocus sensor module used with infinite objective video microscopes for the electro-optics industry, combining a proprietary optical configuration with flexible interface architecture. The module can be used on most surfaces: low and high reflectivity , specular and diffuse, transparent and opaque, and patterned surfaces such as TFT arrays, semiconductors, and PCBs. It can be optimized from the factory specific to the customer's material sample.
Bozeman, MT, USA
-- Posted by Carrie Meadows, Vision Systems Design, www.vision-systems.com
Introducing the AutoFocus, AF 910 Series
The first in a series of opto-electrics products by Quantum Composers, Inc.
Bozeman, MT Quantum Composers, Inc. has released the AF910, a cost-effective auto focus sensor module used with infinite objective video microscopes for the electro-optics industry. The Quantum Composers Autofocus AF910 combines a proprietary optical configuration with flexible interface architecture to provide a robust autofocus for a wide array of applications at a fraction of the price of other sensors on the market.
The AF910 can be used on most surfaces: Low and high reflectivity, specular and diffuse, transparent and opaque, and patterned surfaces such as TFT Arrays, Semiconductors, and PCBs. The AF910 offers excellent application flexibility and can be optimized from the factory specific to the customer's material sample. With an easier installation in alignment and setup than competing products on the market as well as easier configurations for different systems and applications, the AF910 Series saves users time and overhead costs.
"With the performance, combination of an integrated motor controller, and flexible interface connections, it makes the most sense when trying to reduce both cost and design time when integrating into either an existing or new system," states Steve Oltrogge, Senior Design Engineer at Quantum Composers.
The AF910 starts at $4500 making this a low-cost alternative for budget-sensitive customers. For more information about the AutoFocus AF910 Series, visit Quantum Composers at
Quantum Composers, Inc. was founded in 1993 in Bozeman, Montana, a high tech center for electro-optic startups in the northern Rocky Mountain Region. Quantum Composers has become an internationally recognized pioneer in the electro-optics marketplace with the design and development of a precision digital delay pulse generator line of products and custom laser systems for test and measurement applications.