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  • ML-L00502 Lens
Mar 2010
Moritex Corp., International Sales Div.Request Info
TOKYO, March 23, 2010 – Moritex Corp. has developed a lens for use in high-definition line-scan cameras. From the center of the image to the edges, the ML-L00502 offers an exact, high-contrast picture display at a screen diagonal of up to 62 mm.

The illumination drop between the center and the periphery of the field of view is <20%, and the distortion of the optic is <0.1%. The diaphragm is adjustable, relative illumination rate is greater than or equal to 80%, and focal ratio is f/2.9. At an optical magnification of 0.05×, the working distance is 1590 mm and, at 0.2×, 420 mm.

Machine vision systems based on line-scan cameras are used for quality inspection and sorting in semiconductor manufacturing, and for quality assurance during production of solar modules, LCDs and printed circuit boards. The lens enables a compact machine vision system.

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