Telecentric lens demonstration to be offered by Edmund Optics at Photonics West

Jan. 10, 2017
At the Edmund Optics booth at SPIE Photonics West 2017, Edmund Optics will provide a demonstration on how the company’s telecentric lenses eliminate parallax and how telecentric lenses with a large field of view have large depths of field.  

At the Edmund Optics booth at SPIE Photonics West 2017, Edmund Optics will provide a demonstration on how the company’s telecentric lenses eliminate parallax and how telecentric lenses with a large field of view have large depths of field. Specifically, Edmund Optics will showcase the new 0.045X, 2/3" TitanTL Telecentric lens. TitanTL lenses are designed for machine vision systems and metrology applications and contain shims that provide adjustment for variation in camera sensor location, and adjustable iris and a three-set screw lens mount for rotational alignment to the camera. Typical applications, suggests Edmund Optics, include automotive and electronic inspection, measurement, and gauging.

SPIE Photonics West 2017 booth number: 1612

To Learn More:

Contact: Edmund Optics
Headquarters: Barrington, NJ, USA
Product: TitanTL telecentric lenses
Key Features: 0.045X primary magnification, designed for 2/3” image sensors, <0.1° telecentricity, adjustable iris and a three-set screw lens mount.

What Edmund Optics says:
View more information on TECHSPEC TitanTL lenses.

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