Zoomable & Fixed Microscopes
The systems shown on this page are configured for inspection applications, designed for use with c-mount cameras such as those shown on the CMOS camera page.
- High-Magnification Fixed and Zoom Lens Systems for Machine Vision and Other Imaging Applications
- Modular systems: Compatible with Objectives or Lens Attachments
- Macro configurations for diagonal FOVs of 2~120mm; Working Distances of 30~360mm
- Micro configurations for diagonal FOVs from tens of µm to 6mm;
- Working Distances of 13~34mm
- Support for coaxial illumination
- Zoom feature derives from a Afocal Manual Zoom Lens with a range of Magnification
- C-mount compatible (contact us if you need a system with F-mount compatibility)
- Supports cameras with optical formats ranging from ⅓”, ½”, 2/3", 1", 4/3", and more
Applications: (a partial list)
- Inspection of:
- Circuit boards
- Semiconductor wafers
- LCD panels
- Biological samples
- Materials Science
- Physical Sciences
- Particle Tracking
- Process Monitoring and Control
Please contact us for assistance in selecting a configuration for your specific requirements. For immediate assistance, check out the steps below to find a configuration that matches a particular inspection need:
Select between Micro -or- Macro referring to the table below in which typical ranges are provided for the Diagonal Fields-of-View (FOVs) and Working Distance (WD) requirements.
|Micro (MIC prefix)
|Tens of µm -to- 6mm
|Macro (MAC prefix)
A system with the desired performance can be identified via the “series” table. The Working Distance can be selected directly from the table and the FOV for a particular optical format of the camera uniquely identifies the optimal combination. The table also shows the estimated performance [FOV, limiting resolution and system magnification] of the combination.
The recommended configuration is shown as a single part number for procurement. This part number represents the combination of components that can be easily screwed together (as shown on the assembly sketch) to assemble a C-mount compatible system.