Qioptic to showcase multiple imaging solutions at VISION 2014

New products that will be on display at the Qioptic booth at VISION 2014 include the mag.x microscope system 125, new mini camera tubes for Optem FUSION lens systems (pictured), Rodagon lenses with metal housing, and MachVis lens selection software.

Oct 17th, 2014
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New products that will be on display at the Qioptic booth at VISION 2014 include the mag.x microscope system 125, new mini camera tubes for Optem FUSION lens systems (pictured), Rodagon lenses with metal housing, and MachVis lens selection software. The mag.x system 125 is a microscope system designed for use with large sensors (up to 57 mm diagonal) to enable sub-micron resolution over large object fields. The new mini camera tubes for Optem FUSION lens systems are 60% shorter than standard length FUSION camera tubes and are available in 0.8X, 1X, 1.5X, 2X, 2.5X, and 3X magnifications.

A number of Qioptic’s Rodagon lens models are now available with a full-metal housing and lockable iris aperture. These include the Rodagon 35, 60, 80 and 105 models, the Apo Rodagon 105, and the Rogonar-S 75. Lastly, Qioptic’s MachVis lens selector software can be used to help find the appropriate lens for machine vision applications and has been updated with new functionalities for lens selection.

VISION 2014 booth number: Booth H66 – Hall 1

To Learn More:

Contact:
Qioptic
Headquarters: Göttingen, Germany
Products: mag.x microscope system 125, new mini camera tubes for Optem FUSION lens systems, Rodagon lenses with metal housing, and MachVis lens selection software.

What Qioptic says:
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