Computar Optics Group

Cary, NC 27518


About Computar Optics Group



2000 Regency Pkwy
Suite 600
Cary, NC 27518
United States

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For more than 40 years, Computar has set the standard in optics for innovation and quality across industries including intelligent traffic systems, machine vision, defense, security, and life sciences.


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2021 Vision Systems Design Innovators Awards Honorees

For the seventh straight year, Vision Systems Design held its Innovators Awards program, which celebrates the disparate and innovative technologies, products, and systems found...
Vis Swir Lens Hyper Apo From Acuros
Cameras and Accessories

Lens series designed for VIS and SWIR imaging

Apochromatic floating design allows focus shift at variable wavelengths and working distances.
Figure 1: Opto Engineering’s F-Mount TC12M lens fit image sensors up to APS-H format and feature working distances up to 542.8 mm and magnification up to 1.825X.
Cameras and Accessories

Telecentric lens companies keep pace with image sensor evolution

As sensors become larger and higher resolution, choosing the right lens becomes paramount to machine vision system success.
Computar Optics Mpw3 Lens
Cameras and Accessories

Computar Optics releases new ultra-low distortion lens series

According to the manufacturer, the MPW3 lens series features very low distortion, reliable illumination to the edge, and short working distances.
Large Lenses
Cameras and Accessories

Lens companies keep pace with increasing image sensor sizes

Sensors ranging from 10 to 150 MPixels require appropriate optics for optimal performance.
Figure 1: Available in C-Mount, F-Mount, and M42 x 1.0 options, TECHSPEC SWIR lenses from Edmund Optics are designed for the 0.9 to 1.7 µm range.
Cameras and Accessories

Manufacturers address non-visible imaging lens requirements

Developers utilizing multispectral, hyperspectral, or SWIR imaging technology must choose suitable lenses.
Epson Intelliflex Parts Feeding System
Factory Automation

Intelligent feeding system combines robot, vision, and flexible feeder into one software environment

Integrating three separate technologies is a serious challenge for vision system integrators.
Figure 1: Sorghum plants are transported by conveyor to the imaging chambers.

Spectral imaging system enables digital plant phenotyping

Multispectral and hyperspectral cameras help measure biomass, stem thickness, and leaf characteristics.

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