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LASER VISION SYSTEM

Photonics Spectra
Nov 2003
FISBA AGRequest Info
 
The FLS iron/ultraScan Vision accessory has been released by Fisba Optik AG. Designed to close the gap between scanner, CCD camera and pyrometer for high-power diode laser systems, it can be used for Nd:YAG and other lasers as well. The core of the optical system is the FT-262-P T-Theta objective, which is corrected for a wide range of wavelengths. A CCD objective produces an optically brilliant image and enables the user to visually monitor the focus during setup and scanning. The device has a working range of 130 X 130 mm and a working distance of 171 mm. The laser-beam aperture is 20 mm, and the guiding pilot beam is identical to the laser focus.


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GLOSSARY
scanner
1. A device used to trace out an object and build up an image. One of the most common of these types is video scanning. The scanning takes place inside the television tube as electrons, guided by electron optics, sweep linearly across a tube face coated on the inside with a phosphorescent material. A scanner can convert a paper drawing or photograph into pixels on a display screen. Scanners are also used to relay information in optical data processing. 2. A device that automatically measures or...
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