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AUTOCOLLIMATOR

Photonics Spectra
Dec 2006
Equipment Solutions Inc.Request Info
 
EquipmentSolutions.gifThe AC421 is a two-axis angular displacement autocollimator system from Equipment Solutions Inc. The high-sensitivity measurement device is designed to calculate minute angular displacements at distances as far away as 78.7 in. It has an optical range of ±2160 arc sec and 0.1-arc-sec sensitivity. The 670-nm laser has a beam diameter of <3 mm. With a PC and Windows application software or a handheld touch-screen interface, the system performs complex data collection and analysis for vibration monitoring, mechanical and optical alignments, servo control feedback, pitch and yaw measurements, settling time examination and stage damping analysis.


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GLOSSARY
autocollimator
A single instrument combining the functions of a telescope and a collimator to detect small angular displacements of a mirror by means of its own collimated light. It consists of a lens with an illuminated reticle. The reticle usually carries several parallel lines subtending known angles at the lens. An electronic autocollimator provides a continuous output voltage, the sign and amplitude of which are related to the angular displacement of the mirror.  
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